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Tumor Painting to Fight Against Cancer

...called chlorotoxin that is linked to the molecular beacon Cy5.5.Until now there has been no way to allow sur...ery. Chlorotoxin:Cy5.5 is a fluorescent molecular beacon that emits photons in the near infrared spectrum. This illumination gives surgeons a better chance o...

Scorpion Venom may Help Treat Cancer

...ent marker, Olson and his team created a molecular beacon that lights up tumours. Painting a suspect area with the compound makes it easier for surgeons to remove every bit of cancer without damaging the surrounding healthy tissue. This is especially important in the brain, where 80 percent of recurring m...

Lets Care For Our Physicians A Salute to Them on Doctors Day!

...the sands of time. His dedication to the poor is a beacon for the medical fraternity. India is home to many medical experts who have picked up the threads of serving the poor and sick. Our eulogy is incomplete if we do not mention the extraordinary service rendered by Dr Devi Shetty in the field of card...

Nurturing Our Nurses for Healthcare Par Excellence

...ghtingale, known as the 'Lady with the Lamp', is a beacon to the nursing clan. She is known for her exemplary service during the Crimean war, which won her a place of pride in the annals of nursing history. One cannot be in this profession for a lark. In the absence of the drive to serve society, nurses...

New York Governor to Introduce Bill to Strengthen Abortion Rights

...d and added, “New York State will continue to be a beacon of civil rights and protection of women’s rights.” New York’s abortion law, signed in 1970 by Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, a Republican, predates the Roe v. Wade decision by three years and made New York the second state after Hawaii to broadly lega...

US NGO to Counsel HIV/AIDS Patients in Assam

...o be benefited by the AHF programme and could be a beacon of hope for thousands of people infected with the virus," Jahnabi Goswami, president of the Assam Network of Positive People (ANPP), told IANS. Goswami, 30, is one of the few women in India fighting to raise awareness of the disease and one of an ...

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