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New biosensor to diagnose <strong>cancer</strong> in a jiffy

New biosensor to diagnose cancer in a jiffy

20 Sep 2014

London: An ultra-sensitive biosensor made from the wonder material graphene has been used to detect molecules that indicate an increased risk of developing cancer.

biosensor,   cancer,   ultra-sensitive biosensor,   graphene,   silicon,   carbide,  
Exercise boosts tumour-fighting ability of chemotherapy

Exercise boosts tumour-fighting ability of chemotherapy

20 Sep 2014

Washington: Scientists have found that combining exercise with chemotherapy may shrink tumours more than chemotherapy alone. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania found that exercise may benefit cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.

Exercise,   tumour-fighting ability,   chemotherapy,   tumour,   cancer,  
Berries could boost standard <strong>cancer</strong> treatment: Study

Berries could boost standard cancer treatment: Study

18 Sep 2014

London: A wild berry native to North America may strengthen the effectiveness of a chemotherapy drug commonly used to treat pancreatic cancer, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found.

wild berry,   chemotherapy,   pancreatic cancer,   cancer,   cancer cells,  
We should launch a war against <strong>cancer</strong>: Harsh Vardhan

We should launch a war against cancer: Harsh Vardhan

19 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Friday called for the launching of a countrywide war against cancer.

Harsh Vardhan,   Regional Cancer Centre,   RCC,   Cancer treatment,   Indian Council of Medical Research,  
US man's 10.1 cm <strong>tongue</strong> is world's longest!

US man's 10.1 cm tongue is world's longest!

12 Sep 2014

Washington: A 24-year-old man in US has entered the Guinness Book of World Records for possessing the world's longest tongue which measures an astonishing 10.1cm.

Guinness Book of World Records,   world's longest tongue,   Nick Stoeberl,   Guinness World Records 2015 book,   Brit Stephen Taylor,   Guinness Book,  
Harsh Vardhan pats Oommen Chandy for reducing liquor availability

Harsh Vardhan pats Oommen Chandy for reducing liquor availability

19 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan on Friday lavished praise on Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy for the state government's decision to drastically reduce availability of liquor.

liquor availability in Kerela,   Harsh Vardhan,   Oommen Chandy,   Regional Cancer Centre,   liquor policy in Kerala,  
Bald men in 40s at higher risk of prostate <strong>cancer</strong>

Bald men in 40s at higher risk of prostate cancer

16 Sep 2014

Washington: Compared to men with no baldness in their 40s, men with a specific pattern of baldness at age 45 have a 40 percent increased risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer later in life, claims new research.

Bald men,   prostate cancer,   baldness,   hair loss,   hair-loss patterns,  
<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,  
Both positive, negative messages prompt smokers to quit

Both positive, negative messages prompt smokers to quit

15 Sep 2014

Washington: A mix of messages such as those that stress the benefits of kicking the butt and those which emphasize health risks of smoking might work best to convince smokers to quit, scientists say.

smokers,   quitting smoking,   tobacco,   Cancer,   risk of death,   ,  
Del Potro delays comeback from wrist <strong>surgery</strong>

Del Potro delays comeback from wrist surgery

11 Sep 2014

MELBOURNE: Former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro has delayed his comeback from a long layoff following wrist surgery in March and will miss tournaments in China, Japan and Malaysia over the next two months.

U.S. Open,   Juan Martin del Potro,   tennis injury,   World tennis,  

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