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Cancers of Colon & Rectum linked to Cigarette Smoking

... of the colon or rectum, according to results of a large new study from the American Cancer Society. As m...a from the American Cancer Society study and other large studies suggest that colorectal cancer should be considered for classification as a smoking-related ...

Lure of the home turf brings back NRI doctors

...s 400 crore, which willinclude 25 small clinics, 4 large diagnostic centres and 2 large hospitals. Apollo Hospitals, the country's first investor-owned hospital, has 150full-time doctors o...

Cancer drugs in development nearly doubled since 1995

...d and Drug Administrationapproval (FDA). Thanks in large part to medicines developed in the pastdecade, cancer deaths are on the decline. But cancer is still the secondleading cause of American deaths by disease....

New drug helps boost cancer treatment

...n rash that occurs because skin cells also contain large amounts of epidermal growth factor receptors....

Biotechnology industry expected to grow into a three billion dollar industry by 2002

...tegrated manufacturing entities being supported by large number of service providers....

Indian Doctor granted US patent on organ regeneration

... like kidneys and parts of the intestine. Certain large tendons in humans have also been regenerated. Only limited successful human trials have been conducted, but the surgeon says the technique has been perfected in monkeys. Dr. Matapurkar discloses that he uses certain special cells called steam cells...

"Make AIDS Therapy affordable" - Physicians demand

...ents living in a handful of rich countries while a large majority of HIV victims are from developing world. Speakers at the meeting focused onto deliver HIV/AIDS care in a countries, including the Ukraine, Thailand, Kenya and Cameroon. They variously noted that abject poverty, government indifference and ...

India's anti-AIDS drug market engaged in price war

...ar that is likely to escalate in coming days. The large number of AIDS cases has lured many companies to develop anti-AIDS drugs and market it in India and abroad by adapting innovative approaches to pricing. The anti-AIDS drug market, currently dominated by Mumbai-based Cipla, witnessed the entry of fou...

Arthroscopy for Ankles

...damaged ankles, including eliminating the need for large incisions. "To do anything in a joint requires that you are able to get in there, see what you're doing and manipulate tissue. The clear advantage of arthroscopy is that you do much less tissue damage in order to accomplish the work, it can be done t...

Blocked viens block eye sight

...they grow in the iris instead of the retina. These large veins that grow in the iris obscures vision and exert painful pressure on the eye. To treat this condition Stanford researchers Palanker and Flecther have developed a needle-shaped probe that could shoot drugs right at the site of blockage and reope...

Risk of Cancer can be reduced to 40% with a High Fiber Diet

...lots of fish, but a raised risk in those consuming large amounts of preserved meats such as ham and bacon .They also showed that people who smoke a pack of cigarettes a day and drink more than a bottle of wine are 50 times more likely to suffer from throat cancers. Hence people are advised to eat five...

H2O - a cure for low blood pressure

US researchers have found that a large glass of water may be the latest blood pressure drug for some patients. Investigators at Vanderbilt's Autonomic Dysfunction Center reported that water has a powerful blood pressure raising effect in patients who experience fainting spells while stan...

New scalpel probes into cancer

...operate more accurately on tumours without cutting large amounts of tissue.// This device could detect which cells were cancerous by the amount of protein present and was able to distinguish between normal human brain cells and their malignant form. At present the only way to tell if cancerous cells are ...

Ear infection- a new treatment

...ons in young children, and is often treated// with large amounts of antibiotics. It is caused by the spread of Streptococcus pneumoniae and other bacteria from the throat into the middle ear cavity. Swedish medical experts have successfully treated children with chronic ear infection – ironically by infec...

Increase in tobacco deaths

... this group.// These risk are more than twice as large as has yet been seen in mainland China. But cigarette smoking peaked about 20 years ago in Hong Kong and has not done so on the mainland. Smoking causes death on a timescale of years - the cigarettes smoked in someone's thirties may cause a cancer to...

Silicon eye implants

...that implanting three more people will give them a large data. He would be doing the implant of these micro chips in one woman and two men suffering from retinitis pigmentosa .The whole procedure would be about 2-1/2-hour and will take place in Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield, Illinois, where two of...

Digital mammography proves effective

...ut before switching women to the digital method, a large scale trial comparing the two methods is essential. Fifty thousand women will receive both a digital and a standard mammogram and will be followed for several years to assess the accuracy of the two methods in predicting breast cancer....

Doctors not to accept gifts from drug companies

...f drug-company money to tell doctors not to accept large gifts from drug companies. The AMA says it makes sense to involve the industry in a campaign that's also designed to inform drug makers about what is considered unethical behavior. // At issue are the myriad freebies, ranging from pens and notepad...

Chemists prepare for face-off with manufacturers

... started when several pharmaceutical companies and large business groups decided to get into retailing, by opening their own outlet or chain of outlets, which was seen by the RDCA members as a threat to their existence. According to Mr. Shah, Cadila Healthcare, Cipla and Ranbaxy from among the pharmaceut...

Gene therapy - Aim to improve blood flow

...roduce a genetically-altered mouse which has grown large numbers of new blood capillaries in its skin. This gene is known to send commands to several other genes, including one which produces a growth factor important in the formation of new blood vessels. However, other scientists are concerned that man...

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