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Are cancer patients being taken for a ride?

...mes very toxic new anti cancer drugs are tested on unsuspecting victims in the name of conducting a study.A new Harris interactive study report says that an alarming number of cancer patients say that they never knew or that they were never told about the possibility of enrolling in a clinical trial for cancer tr...

Chennai Students Protest Against Aamir Khan for Endorsing Coke

...e screen image to peddle these dangerous drinks to unsuspecting youth who think it is cool to consume junk food," another student added. The Centre for Science and Environment in a study found that the colas had dangerously high pesticide content, an argument that has been contested by the cola giants who say t...

ART Infuses Hope for Mothers and Infants Suffering HIV

...esh carry the HIV virus, which is passed on to the unsuspecting infants. The Andhra Pradesh State AIDS// Control Society (APSACS) has come to the aid of such infants, suffering HIV at birth. The vision for this group is clear - the society strives to realize infant births sans HIV by the year 2007. A pioneerin...

Whet your appetite with “Mindless Eating”: A gourmet's deligh!

...nell guru devised a "bottomless soup bowl" for his unsuspecting student guinea pigs. One group ate from a contraption tied to tubes under the table, which refilled itself constantly. But another group that got its soup from a conventional bowl saw the bottom and recognized that they should stop. We do not stop ea...

Karnataka Wants to Make HIV Screening Mandatory for Couple Before Marriage

...He said that there were several instances in which unsuspecting women had married HIV+ men. To avoid such tragedies blood tests could be made mandatory, he suggested. According to the latest estimates, Karnataka has more than five lakh people affected with HIV and AIDS and the numbers are growing in rural areas...

Harassment in School Affects Majority of Elementary Students

...er from activities, all right under the nose of an unsuspecting teacher. "It was a little distressing how prevalent the problem is even in the middle- to upper-middle-class schools we surveyed," said Tarshis. He and his co-author, Lynne Huffman, MD, associate professor of pediatrics and of psychiatry at the...

Sleeping With The Enemy

...r not, end up as transmitters of HIV/AIDS to their unsuspecting wives, and non-infected sex partners. Says lead researcher Jeff Hudson from the University of Sydney: “Health professionals should know it occurs. If someone comes in to get a test at the doctor because they're sick, just because they're married t...

Gay Gang in Netherlands Lures, Rapes and Infects Fellow Homosexuals With HIV/AIDS

...x, ecstasy tablets, orgies and rapes to infect the unsuspecting with HIV virus, it all reads like some spinechiller. Only it is not fiction. A gay gang in Netherlands did act out such horrid fantasies. They allegedly trawled the internet to lure fellow homosexuals, drugged those ventured out and went on to rape ...

US Drugmaker Slapped Huge Fine for Misleading Doctors Over Addictive Painkiller

...e, addictive, and potentially dangerous drug on an unsuspecting and unknowing public." "For these misrepresentations and crimes, Purdue and its executives have been brought to justice." OxyContin is a trade name for oxycodone, and is a time-release painkiller that can be highly addictive. In that variety th...

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