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Potential 'universal' blood test for <strong>cancer</strong> developed

Potential 'universal' blood test for cancer developed

29 Jul 2014

London: British researchers have developed a simple blood test that may be used to diagnose all types of cancer and can eliminate the need for costly and unnecessary invasive procedures such as biopsies.

cancer,   cancer patients,   pre-cancerous conditions,   melanoma,   colon cancer,   lung cancer,  
World Hepatitis Day: India has the second highest number of those infected

World Hepatitis Day: India has the second highest number of those infected

28 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India has over 40 million Hepatitis B infected patients, second only to China, and most people with chronic Hepatitis B or C are unaware of their infection, putting them at serious risk of developing cirrhosis or liver cancer which are life threatening.

World Hepatitis Day,   infected,   Hepatitis B,   liver cancer,   HIV,  
<strong>Surgery</strong> works better than chemo session for <strong>tongue</strong> <strong>cancer</strong>

Surgery works better than chemo session for tongue cancer

27 Dec 2013

New York:  Surgery works better for those suffering from tongue or oral cavity cancer as compared to chemotherapy sessions. New York:  Surgery, and not chemotherapy sessions, works better for those suffering from tongue or oral cavity cancer.

tongue cancer,  oral cancer,   surgery for tongue cancer,   chemo session for tongue cancer,   chemo session for oral cancer,  
Elbow <strong>surgery</strong> blow for Australia's Shaun Marsh

Elbow surgery blow for Australia's Shaun Marsh

22 Jul 2014

Sydney: Australian Test batsman Shaun Marsh faces four months out of action after a specialist on Tuesday recommended surgery for a persistent elbow injury.

Australian Test batsman,   Shaun Marsh,   Australian cricket team,  
Gene behind benign breast tumours identified

Gene behind benign breast tumours identified

22 Jul 2014

Singapore: Researchers have identified a critical gene that could help clinicians distinguish fibroadenomas cases from breast cancer. Fibroadenomas is the most common benign breast tumour in women of reproductive age.

Breast tumours,   breast cancer,   DNA,   MED12 gene,   fibroadenoma cases,  
Organic food may help prevent <strong>cancer</strong>: Study

Organic food may help prevent cancer: Study

12 Jul 2014

Washington: Organic foods and crops have a suite of advantages over their conventional counterparts, including more antioxidants, less frequent pesticide residues and properties that may help prevent cancer, a study suggests.

Organic food,   cancer,   prevention from cancer,   cancer cure,   preventing cancer,   ,  
President’s son calls TMC MP’s remarks ‘slip of <strong>tongue</strong>’, draws flak

President’s son calls TMC MP’s remarks ‘slip of tongue’, draws flak

04 Jul 2014

Kolkata: President Pranab Mukherjee’s son Abhijit Mukherjee, who had earlier courted controversy for making sexist remarks, said the comments made by Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Paul should not be dragged further. The Congress MP, who described Paul’s comment as ‘slip of tongue, drew sharp criticism from his own party.

President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   Abhijit Mukherjee,   TMC MP,   Tapas Paul,   rape remark,   Congress,  
High cholesterol can cause <strong>cancer</strong>

High cholesterol can cause cancer

16 Jul 2014

New York: High cholesterol which causes heart disease and hardening of the arteries has now been linked with a cell pathway that promotes cancer.

Cholesterol,   high cholesterol,   cancer,   cellular signaling,   cell signaling pathway,   ,  
Human <strong>tongue</strong> has a sixth taste

Human tongue has a sixth taste

12 Jun 2014

Washington: Researchers have found that in addition to recognizing sweet, sour, salty, savoury, and bitter tastes, the human tongue can also pick up on carbohydrates, the nutrients that break down into sugar and form our main source of energy.

Human tongue,   sixth taste,   recognizing sweet,   carbohydrates,   ability to taste,  
Brain rescues your <strong>tongue</strong> while chewing

Brain rescues your tongue while chewing

04 Jun 2014

New York: Have you ever wondered why you do not bite your tongue even when you do not pay attention to your chewing.

Brain,   Brain commands,   tongue,   chewing food,   premotor neurons,  

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