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Science journals and safeguards 10.2.2006 Hindu: Opinion
Close on the heels of the revelation of data fabrication by stem cell researcher Hwang Woo Suk of Seoul National University -- in the two papers published in Science on cloning of human embryos -- comes the news of Jon Sudboe, a ...
Novartis denied patent for cancer drug 10.2.2006 Rediff: Business
The Patent Controller Office of India has rejected the patent application of Novartis AG for its cancer drug Gleevec.
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Two-day meet on cancer treatment 10.2.2006 New Indian Express
Two-day meet on cancer treatment
Eat your veggies to ward off cancer 10.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: A new research has revealed that veggies contain chemicals that appear to enhance DNA repair in cells, which could lead to protection against cancer development.
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Canines help to detect cancer: study 10.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Dogs have long been used to sniff out explosives, narcotics, and even counterfeit currency. Now, Man's best friend can also detect lung and breast cancer in breath samples, shows a new study.
Prostate cancer hormone therapy hard on the heart 10.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
NEW YORK : Men with recurrent or advanced prostate cancer may be put on hormone therapy to block testosterone production in an effort to halt or slow the growth of the tumor.
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Some vegetables may provide cancer defense 10.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
WASHINGTON: Georgetown University scientists have found some vegetables contain chemicals that appear to enhance DNA repair in cells that might protect against cancer.
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New technology for detection of cancer 10.2.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: A new technology that can detect gastrointestinal cancers at an early stage with an accuracy of 95 per cent will soon be available here in the Capital. Called ``Narrow Band Imaging'', the technology is a kind of endoscopy to see the ...
Meet on cancer management 10.2.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
HYDERABAD: Apollo Cancer Hospital is hosting CANCER CI - 2006 (Cancer Care Education and Research Conference Internationale) here on February 11 and 12 to discuss latest developments in the management of cancer. Announcing this at a ...
Cancer conference from tomorrow 10.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Apollo Hospitals to use satellite connectivity for quick diagnosis
Novartis denied patent for cancer drug 10.2.2006 Business Standard
Novartis denied patent for cancer drug
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Ayurvedic cancer drug under trial in US 9.2.2006 Sify Finance
An Ayurvedic drug for treatment of cancer, manufactured by city-based Dr Sankunnis Ayurvedic Research Foundation (SARF) Pvt Ltd, in an advanced stage of trial, both in the US and in India would be released in the market in the next few months.
New technologies to make cancer treatment easier 9.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: New technologies will soon make the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in India easier and less costly, an expert said Thursday.
Hormone replacement therapy now has a natural alternative: Soya 9.2.2006 New Indian Express
Hormone replacement therapy now has a natural alternative: Soya
Sunshine and milk can halt prostrate cancer spread 9.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington : Researchers have revealed that Vitamin D can inhibit the spread of prostate cancer cells by limiting the activity of two specific enzymes, proteases called matrix metalloproteinase and cathepsin.
Study: Less fat no protection 9.2.2006 Telegraph: International
Women who ate less fat and more fruits, vegetables and grains did not reduce their risk of two types of cancer or heart disease, though they did show signs of being healthier, researchers said yesterday.
Palliative care meet from February 10 8.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It will have lectures, workshops, panel discussions and continuing medical education programmes
Three-day palliative care meet from February 10 8.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
It will have lectures, workshops and brainstorming panel discussions
Low-fat diet does not reduce health risks: study 8.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York: A low-fat diet, contrary to popular opinion, does not reduce the risk of cancer or heart diseases, a US government study has found.
Low fat diet's disease prevention benefits overstated 8.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: A new study has revealed that merely switching on to a low fat diet does not reduce the risk of breast cancer, colorectal cancer or heart disease, in women, instead they should cut back on saturated and trans fats.
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