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Now AIDS treatment comes dirt-cheap

The war of the pharmaceutical giants has just begun. After waging wars over many drug formulations the pharma majors are now locking horns over AIDS treatment. The ball was set in motion by the dramatic announcement of Indian firm Cipla that a three-drug com...

Stem cell research- now Nobel Laureates join the debate

...ittee criticized the scientists and said. "Just as war is too important to be left only to generals, the killing of human beings in medical research is an issue too important to be left only to scientists, even Nobel laureates." As of now the arguments continue but the matter is sure to reach higher tem...

"Make AIDS Therapy affordable" - Physicians demand

...ies that are overburdened with infectious disease, war and disasters, came out with the point that these 34 million people in developing countries cannot be abondoned the treatment just because of the cost of these drugs. Dr. Kaninda, at an MSF-sponsored panel discussion pointed that expensive antiretro...

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

... cheap anti-AIDS drugs. This has triggered a price war 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 domin...

Waking during surgery

...logical reaction that is more commonly linked with war and natural disaster. The problem is that these patients may go undetected ,become emotionally detached. Their heart rates after the operation are low, rather than elevated. It is very essential to treat PTSD at an early stage, tahn to delay and miss...

Stress response increases suicide risk

...that some people respond to major stressors - like war and natural calamities with a full-blown crisis known as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) where there is emotional numbness, panic and anxiety. And even lesser stressful events, like having an operation, can precipitate PTSD in some people.// ...

Chemists prepare for face-off with manufacturers

There is new war brewing! Neither in the devastated NewYork of America nor in the Afghanistan! It is right here in the commercial capital of India --- Mumbai. And who are the warring parties? They are the pharmaceutical industry of the country and the RDCA or the Ret...

Microwave radiation has no hazards

The talks about harmful radiations started during war times. Korean War Navy veterans exposed to high levels of microwave radiation emitted from radar equipment were no more likely than other men to develop most forms of cancer--including lung, brain and testicular cancers--over a 40-year period//, acco...

New Inhalation Anthrax Vaccine

... to protect the general population and soldiers at war in the event of // a deadly bioterror attack. Scientists have developed a powdered form of the vaccine that could potentially be inhaled through the nose, thus eliminating needle injections. The new formulation is based on an anthrax recombinant pro...

Sugar-Free Yogurt Can Stop Bad Breath

...ricus and streptococcus thermophillus who wedges a war against the harmful and odor causing bacteria and chemicals in the mouth. The researchers are of the opinion that eating traditional yogurt or curd may help in oral hygiene by reducing oral bad breath and harmful bacteria. The scientists of the Tsu...

People who fight wars may be at high risk of cardiovascular disease

...was done to find out the effect of situations like war on the overall health of people. The results sugge... risks. The study also emphasizes that going to a war increases the chances of obesity, as more people who have fought wars are obese than people who were...

Intense Fight Against Polio In India Gets Results

...ntary organizations of the country are leading the war against polio in India. Of the 1918 cases of polio detected worldwide in 2002, around 1600 were from India alone, and 1242 cases were registered in Uttar Pradesh. This year the number of polio cases globally had been registered at 759, with only 29 ...

Influence of Celebrities on Breast Cancer Awareness

...skyrocketed to one in eight. Clearly the so-called war on cancer has not even made a dent in the breast cancer epidemic as the rates continue to climb at the rate of one per cent per year. The motto of Breast Cancer Awareness Month is "Early Detection is Your Best Protection", since the National Cancer ...

Cancer killing antibody effective against prostate cancer

... Los Angles have taken a major step forward in the war against cancer by identifying the mechanism, which blocks off the development of prostate cancer in animals//. The antibody that has been named 1G8 was discovered by UCLA scientists and according to Dr. Robert E. Reiter, a professor of urology and r...

Sick Swedish seagull was drunk, not affected by bird flu

...aos across the globe. Countries are preparing on a war footing to combat the disease. An anti-viral drug called Tamiflu is being stocked up. Hungary had announced that it had a vaccine for the current strain of the avian flu and countries are queuing up to buy the same. The disease has claimed nearly 70 ...

A Joint Venture by Golfers And Military Forces To Combat AIDS

...are affected with the disease. "We are taking the war to the community level. This is the only way we can corner the virus (HIV) and exterminate it," Lt Gen Bhopinder Singh, director general of Assam Rifles, said in Meghalaya's capital Shillong. The decision has been arrived at following the inaugurati...

Blair Offers James Support To Fight AIDS

...in the world should contribute towards funding the war against Aids, according to Blair. The Global Health Fund has already agreed to contribute US$ 4 billion towards the effort. The Manchester City goalkeeper David James has already visited Malawi with the purpose of raising the level of awareness wit...

Excavations Reveal Clues Of Early Warfare

...tire area where the excavation was conducted was a war zone. Artifacts from daily life have been recovere... civilization, and both the civilizations fought a war at the site. The presence of Uruk pottery at the site proves that they had taken over the city aft...

Bad vaccines may trigger China bird flu

...rns from a list including bird flu, terrorism, the war in Iraq, Middle East situation, economic slowdown and higher interest rates, global warming and climate change, pollution and AIDS....

Kiwi veterinarians angry Over Doctor's Advice

The New Zealand Veterinary Association is on war path against Australian euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke for his advise to use vets to get deadly drugs//. Dr Nitschke told more than 50 people at a Wellington meeting on Wednesday that one option for those wanting to die was to approach a "fr...

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