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New device to monitor adverse effects of <strong>cancer</strong> drug

New device to monitor adverse effects of cancer drug

27 Oct 2014

Toronto: Scientists have developed a new portable device that can correctly measure a patient's blood for the effects of methotrexate, a commonly used but potentially toxic cancer drug, in less than a minute.

cancer drug,   toxic cancer drug,   enzyme,   DNA,   cancer,   cancer patients,  
Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian <strong>cancer</strong> risk

Black tea, citrus fruits lower ovarian cancer risk

29 Oct 2014

London: Having black tea and citrus fruits daily and red wine occasionally may lower the risk of developing ovarian cancer, research shows. Women who consume food and drinks high in flavonols and flavanones are less likely to develop the disease, it added.

Black tea,   citrus fruits,   ovarian cancer risk,   red wine,   flavonols,   apples,   cancer,  
Google seeks way to search bodies for disease

Google seeks way to search bodies for disease

29 Oct 2014

San Francisco: Google is exploring a way to search inside people's bodies for early signs of deadly illnesses such as cancer or heart disease.

Google,   Illnesses,   Cancer,   Heart disease,   Google X Lab,   Life Sciences,  
Indian-American discovers stem cells to kill brain <strong>cancer</strong>

Indian-American discovers stem cells to kill brain cancer

26 Oct 2014

Houston: In a breakthrough, a team of Harvard scientists led by an Indian-American researcher has discovered a novel way to fight deadly brain cancer with toxin-resistant stem cells. Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital led by Dr Khalid Shah, who hails from Kashmir, experimented on mice and used genetically engineered stem cells that released cancer-killing toxins while leaving healthy cells unaffected.

Brain Cancer,   HSCI,   Massachusetts General Hospital,   Indian- American Researcher,   Dr Khalid Shah,   Stem Cells Journal ,  
<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,  
3D printer used to save <strong>cancer</strong> patient's foot

3D printer used to save cancer patient's foot

21 Oct 2014

Canberra: Australian doctors have used a 3D printer to help build a Melbourne man a new heel bone and save him from losing his leg to cancer.

3D printer,   cancer patient,   heel bone,   Anatomic,   cartilage cancer,   cancer,  
Brain <strong>surgery</strong> through cheek bone for epilepsy patients

Brain surgery through cheek bone for epilepsy patients

16 Oct 2014

New York: Researchers have developed a robotic device for people suffering from epilepsy that would enter through the cheek bone, thereby avoiding having to drill through the skull besides being much closer to the target area.

Brain surgery,   epilepsy patients,   robotic device,   cheek bone,   nickel-titanium needle,   MRI,  
Ranbir on liquids after tonsil <strong>surgery</strong>

Ranbir on liquids after tonsil surgery

11 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Ranbir Kapoor, who recently underwent a minor surgery for tonsil trouble, is recuperating at his Krishna Raj bungalow.

Ranbir Kapoor surgery,   Ranbir Kapoor,   Krishna Raj bungalow,   Anurag Basu,   Jagga Jasoos,  
Fat <strong>tongue</strong> linked to sleep apnea risk

Fat tongue linked to sleep apnea risk

01 Oct 2014

New York: Obese adults with a significantly larger tongue and higher percentage of fat are more likely to develop obstructive sleep apnea than others, says a study.

Fat tongue,   sleep apnea,   risk snoring,   choking,   gasping,   silent breathing,   ,  
State goverments should bear <strong>cancer</strong> treatment cost for poor: Qureshi

State goverments should bear cancer treatment cost for poor: Qureshi

18 Oct 2014

Dehradun: Calling for concerted efforts to check incidence of cancer, Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi has said governments should bear the expenses for treatment of poor affected by the dreaded disease.

Cancer patient,   Uttrakhand Governor,   Aziz Qureshi,   Cancer patient,   Cancer treatment,   Uttrakhand CM,   Harish Rawat ,  

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