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Rural India To Benefit From New Diabetes Project

... Agro Foundation (NAF) and C. Ramakrishna, a noted philanthropist and an eminent lawyer have agreed to extend their co-operation for the project. The first phase of the 4-phased project would be directed at establishment of a diabetic centre to monitor and treat diabetes, at Chunampet. Training and education of l...

Generous Mom Gets Her Due

...of six children and grandmother to eight. She is a philanthropist working for the welfare// of many who are in need. She donated her kidney to one of her sons. This was in lieu of the Mother's Day celebration held on Sunday at the Sydney's Luna Park. She has devoted 15 years of her entire life for serving dis...

Vice President Urges Dental Institutes to Adopt Some Villages

...Dr. Harbans Singh Judge, a professional Dentist, a philanthropist and a noble human being for contributing his life’s entire savings for establishing this Institute. He also felicitated Shri Pawan Kumar Bansal, the Union Minister of State for Finance for his generous contribution from the MPLAD fund for this Instit...

Algal Gel to Prevent HIV Infection

... is widespread and men refuse to use condoms. US philanthropist Bill Gates has said: only giving women the power to protect themselves can control AIDS pandemic. Researcher Dr Luiz Castello Branco claims, ‘the gel had produced impressive results during the first phase of testing over the last three years.’ He...

$5M Gift Will Attack Lou Gehrig's Disease

Twenty years ago, retail pioneer and philanthropist A. Alfred Taubman lost a good friend to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis a horrifying fatal disease thats better known as Lou Gehrigs disease or ALS. The memory of watching New York Sen. Jacob Javits slowly succumb to the nerve-killing condition has...

Love Says Chanting Helps Decides About Cobain's Possessions

... well, like "To really change things and be a real philanthropist in a serious way. If one cares deeply for the charities they are serving it can only be a good thing. My list takes three pages - everything from material things to alleviating one person's misery each day and ... to understand why I was born to thes...

New Understanding on Growth of Human Stem Cells

...d institute, which was established with funding by philanthropist Michael G. DeGroote. The institute has a research focus on the molecular determinants of cancer and tissue repair and is building scientific momentum. This discovery of a new fundamental understanding about how human stem cells develop is the kin...

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