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 Vaccine that offers <strong>treatment</strong> for Melanoma developed

Vaccine that offers treatment for Melanoma developed

17 Apr 2014

Melbourne: Australian scientists claim to have developed a new trial vaccine that offers the most promising treatment for Melanoma that has spread, with increased patient survival rates and improved ability to stop or reverse the cancer.

Melanoma,   Melanoma vaccine,   vaccinia melanoma cell lysate,   VMCL,   Melanoma treatment,   Skin cancer ,  
<strong>Dementia</strong> patients more likely to lose recognition of negative emotions

Dementia patients more likely to lose recognition of negative emotions

05 Oct 2011

A new study has shown that people with frontotemporal dementia, one of the most common forms of the condition, are more likely to lose the ability to recognise negative emotions, such as anger, fear and disgust, than positive emotions such as happiness.

Dementia blocks angry faces,   Dementia blocks negative emotions detection,   Study on dementia patients,   Treatment for dementia,   Research on dementia patients ,  
Exercise may boost brain function in <strong>dementia</strong>

Exercise may boost brain function in dementia

04 Dec 2013

Toronto: Exercise may benefit older people with dementia by improving their cognitive functioning and ability to carry out everyday activities, according to new research.

dementia,   brain function in dementia,   exercise necessary in dementia,  cure for dementia,  
New technology may improve light-based cancer <strong>treatment</strong>

New technology may improve light-based cancer treatment

16 May 2014

New York: Researchers have developed a new technology that could bring photodynamic therapy (PDT), which uses lasers to activate special drugs to treat easily accessible tumous such as oral and skin cancer, into areas of the body which were previously inaccessible.

New technology,   Cancer treatment,   photodynamic therapy,   skin cancer,   Tymish Ohulchanskyy,   State University of New York,   four-wave mixing,   deep inside the body,   ,  
Tiny molecule may help battle depression

Tiny molecule may help battle depression

09 Jun 2014

Toronto: A tiny molecule may provide a marker for depression and help detect individuals who are likely to respond to antidepressant treatment, a new study has found.

depression,   cure depression,   battle depression,   antidepressant treatment,   brains of depressed ,  
SEBI seeks parity for pension funds; wants PSU cash in MFs

SEBI seeks parity for pension funds; wants PSU cash in MFs

09 Jun 2014

New Delhi: To help channelize more funds for long-term investment purposes, capital market regulator SEBI has suggested to the government that it allow all PSUs to park their surplus cash in mutual funds, and has sought a uniform tax treatment for all pension funds.

SEBI,   EPFO,   pension funds,   PSU,   mutual funds,   uniform tax treatment,  
Green tea can boost brain power: Study

Green tea can boost brain power: Study

09 Apr 2014

London: Drinking green tea may not only improve your physical health, but also boost your brain power, a new study has suggested.

green tea,   memory,   brain power,   dementia,   green tea benefits,  
Poor brain function behind glaucoma?

Poor brain function behind glaucoma?

07 Jun 2014

Washington: What could alter the entire treatment process for glaucoma, one of the world’s leading causes of irreversible blindness.

glaucoma,   treatment glaucoma,   irreversible blindness,   Alzheimer,   disease Alzheimer,  
Cannot act on half-baked petitions: Delhi HC

Cannot act on half-baked petitions: Delhi HC

28 May 2014

New Delhi: Dismissing a PIL seeking a direction to the Centre to define its policy on medical treatment given to poor children at a government hospital here, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday said it cannot act on ‘half- baked’ petitions.

Delhi HC,   half-baked petitions,   medical treatment,   medical treatment for poor children,   ,  
Berlusconi to start community service on 9th May

Berlusconi to start community service on 9th May

30 Apr 2014

Rome: Italy's Silvio Berlusconi will begin community service on May 9 and work with Alzheimer's patients, the director of the centre where he will serve his tax fraud punishment said on Wednesday.

Silvio Berlusconi,   Berlusconi community service,   tax fraud,   fraud punishment,   dementia,   Alzheimers disease,   European elections,  

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