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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Cancer
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Exposure to pesticide could cause cancer 23.3.2006 New Indian Express
Exposure to pesticide could cause cancer
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Oily fish could block prostate cancer 23.3.2006 New Indian Express
Oily fish could block prostate cancer
Meet on blood diseases, cancer on April 2 23.3.2006 The Assam Tribune
Meet on blood diseases, cancer on April 2
Awareness is half the battle won 22.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Deepam, a cancer-screening programme, can change a woman's life
Awareness is half the battle won 22.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Regular health check-up necessary
Cure for AIDS soon: Ramdev  22.3.2006 Central Chronicle
Cure for AIDS soon: Ramdev 
Oily fish could block prostate cancer 22.3.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Omega-3 oil present in fish like salmon could block prostate cancer, scientists have found.
Exposure to pesticide could cause cancer 22.3.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Babies and young children who are exposed to harmful chemicals found in pesticides on food may be at risk of developing cancer, says a study.
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Ozone therapy can cure lymph cancer, says German scientist 21.3.2006 New Indian Express
Ozone therapy can cure lymph cancer, says German scientist
Women with uneven breasts may get cancer 21.3.2006 New Indian Express
Women with uneven breasts may get cancer
Ozone therapy can cure lymph cancer, says German scientist 21.3.2006 New Indian Express
Ozone therapy can cure lymph cancer, says German scientist
Women with uneven breasts may get cancer 21.3.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: Women who have uneven breasts could develop breast cancer, according to new study by British researchers.
Fighting cancer 21.3.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
NEW FACILITY: Mr Jean-Claude Marcourt, Minister for Economy, Employment and Foreign Trade of Wallonia Region, Belgium (left) with Mr Vincent De Rudder, Director, Pharma Engineering EMEAA, IBA, at the inauguration of IBA Molecular Imaging India ...
Popularising a meatless diet 21.3.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Do It Yourself Activists to campaign on Mondays
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New cancer treatment method in the offing 20.3.2006 Rediff: News
So far 86 patients have been treated by this method, which involved daily one-hour exposure to Cytotron for 28 days and primary results have been highly encouraging in all the cases.
Scientific interest surging in yellow magic 20.3.2006 India Together
In India, we have known the magic of turmeric all along. An Indian kitchen without a can of turmeric is rare. The world today is discovering this member of the ginger family. Scientists worldwide as well as in India are validating the medicinal properties of the root, reports Ramesh Menon.
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Gene test holds ‘great promise’ to predict lung cancer 20.3.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Sydney: A new study has found that a test that finds damaged genes in the lungs of people considered at high risk of lung cancer may also be able to predict who actually develops the deadly disease.
Cancer treatments: Development of organism from single cell 19.3.2006 New Indian Express
Cancer treatments: Development of organism from single cell
Young boy’s life after death 18.3.2006 Deccan Herald
Young boy’s life after death
All about the thyroid 18.3.2006 New Indian Express
All about the thyroid
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