19 Feb 2013
Netherlands based RegPak Bio-pharma today announced a tie up with a Taiwan based company Meriyana International Biotechnology to sell Chinese herbal medicine for cancer treatment in India through its Indian subsidiary Cancure (P) Ltd based here.
27 Feb 2015
Melbourne: Sufferers of pancreatic cancer, a disease hard to find and even harder to treat, will have new medical options thanks to genomic sequencing, Australian researchers announced on Friday.
03 Feb 2015
Chennai: Popular Telugu actor Rajasekar, who is also a doctor by profession, has been attending to producer D Ramanaidu, who has been suffering from prostate cancer, over the last few months.
13 Apr 2015
Washington: Vaccinating 12-year-old boys against the humanpapilloma virus (HPV) may be a cost-effective strategy for preventing oropharyngeal cancer -- a cancer that starts at the back of the throat and mouth and involves the tonsils and base of the tongue.The study provides important information about HPV vaccination which has proven effective against HPV-related disease in both sexes but remains controversial, especially in males.
19 May 2014
New York: Even bacteria present in a person's saliva can help doctors identify pancreatic cancer and other pancreatic diseases, a promising study indicates.
01 Feb 2014
Washington: A new study shows that a combination of drugs can be used in targeted therapy against a common type of lung cancer.
14 Jan 2014
London: A medication originally used to treat high blood pressure may help you from migraine pain attacks. Candesartan - a drug used to treat high blood pressure - is just as effective as the commonly prescribed propranolol for migraine sufferers, according to a study.
28 Mar 2015
Kolkata: Paving the way for personalised medicine, Indian scientists have identified for the first time various genetic alterations found in prostate cancer patients in the country, a development that could aid clinicians diagnose, decide and select the most effective and precise therapy for the person.
31 Mar 2014
London: An early treatment of heart-attack patients with a cheap drug holds promise to reduce health care expenditure to a great extent, researchers hope.
24 Jul 2016
New York: A simple and inexpensive behavioural activation therapy that can be delivered by non-specialist staff with minimal training at a far less cost is as effective at treating depression in adults as the gold-standard cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a study suggests.