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Delhi scientists trying to grow liver in lab

Based on the model of dialysis, scientists at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences in New Delhi, have been using this technology to give a window period ...
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First genetic link discovered to difficult-to-diagnose breast cancer sub-type

Scientists have identified the first genetic variant specifically associated with the risk of a difficult-to-diagnose cancer sub-type accounting for around 10-15 ...

People with chronic disease use email, videoconferences to manage their diseases

A significant number of people with chronic diseases were interested in using electronic communications such as email and videoconferencing to manage their conditions, ...
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Chronic cigarette use can take a toll on your posture

Chronic cigarette use can impact the brain systems that maintain postural stability, according to new research findings. Postural instability is also common among ...

Yoga, the antidote for infertility

New research shows that too much stress may cause infertility among women. Yoga and meditation can be the best antidote for the problem. The expert suggests that ...
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Fortis introduces fellowship programme in Radiation Oncology

To train clinicians and technologists in the understanding and practice of quality radiation treatment for cancer patients, the Department of Radiation Oncology ...

EL Seminar organized by Intertek held in Mumbai

An initiative to expedite thorough extractable/leachables evaluations for patient & product safety Intertek, a leading quality solutions provider to industries ...

Empowering Technology for Day Care

“To prevent and treat cancer by providing affordable oncology care of international standards in India” is the ambitious mission that drives the 1,000+ employees ...

Investing in critical research to transform lives

Ontario is providing continued support for people living with spinal cord and brain injuries by investing $15 million in the Rick Hansen Foundation (RHF) and the ...

Discovery of 2 genes that modulate risk of breast and ovarian cancer

Today we know that women carrying BCRA1 and BCRA2 gene mutations have a 43% to 88% risk of developing breast cancerbefore the age of 70. Taking critical decisions ...
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