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Mamata Banerjee Hospitalized Due to Chest Pain

Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee was admitted to a city nursing home in the wee hours Thursday after she complained of chest pain and breathlessness. // The doctors attending her said the condition of the Trinamool Congress MP, who was allegedly manhandled at Singur in Hooghly distr...

Next 10 years crucial to ensure provision of clean water for future generations

...of Development Alternatives, Dr Vijaya Lakshmi who will be giving a talk on portable water and solutions for the removal of contamination; Dr Srikumar banerjee from the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre will discuss water desalination for agriculture application; and Dr Tapan Chakrabarti, the acting director for ...

Karmanos Researchers Report Enhanced Chemosensitivity of Pancreatic Cancer Cells by Black Seed Component

...cer Institute, Wayne State University. "We also explored the molecular mechanisms associated with TQ to promote better therapeutic outcomes." Drs. banerjee and Sarkar, along with Karmanos researchers Ramzi Mohammad, Ph.D. and Zhiwei Wang, Ph.D., pre-treated pancreatic tumor cells possessing different mole...

Black Women Get Less Breast Cancer Treatment

... status, accompanying diseases and access to care, banerjee said. Others believe there's something about tumor...till others think it's a bit of both, she said. banerjee said her study focused on treatment, looking to se...ly social intervention programs," Morris added. banerjee said the research points to the need for more educ...

Differences observed between black and white women in use of breast cancer therapy

...on insurance type. The study appears in the November 15, 2007 issue of CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. Dr. Mousumi banerjee of the University of Michigan and co-investigators Dr. Kendra Schwartz from Wayne State University and Dr. William Hryniuk from the Cancer Advocacy Co...

Whites take supplemental breast cancer therapy more often than blacks

...n to the primary therapy. Studies suggest adjuvant therapy may increase the chances of long-term survival. The study, which was led by Dr. Mousumi banerjee of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, found that among women whose cancer had spread or become regional in nature, whites were almost...

A Homeopathic Cure for Cancer Under Trial in US

...rial now were the same as those used by leading homeopathic doctor Prasanta banerjee in Kolkata for many years for the treatment of cancer. "The success ...d that he started taking interest in the treatment of cancer by Dr Prasanta banerjee as he had cured a record 30 to 40 per cent cases. He said, "Authorities...

Fasting Mamata's Health Condition Deteriorates

... A seven-member medical team constituted by the Trinamool Congress monitored the deteriorating condition of party chief Mamata banerjee Thursday morning// even as her hunger strike against farmland acquisition for a Tata Motors project entered its 25th day. The medical team, led b...

Petition On Recurrence Of Dengue And Malaria In Kolkata

...a few weeks ago in the city. The petitioner's lawyer Idris Ali claimed before a division bench comprising Justice K J Sengupta and Justice Sanjib banerjee that in a similar petition last year, the High Court had given some directives to prevent such diseases. Ali said that as per the court's earlier...

OPDs stopped, health services crippled in Punjab, Haryana

... in front of state-run hospitals and private medical institutions have been stopped", Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) Vice President Dr. Anindya banerjee said here. The medicos, joined by members of IMA, Indian Dental Association, students of various colleges and universities, chemists associations...
Banerjee in Biological News

New grants will support research in the sustainable built environment

...gy) Research team: John Haymaker, Greg Deierlein and Eduardo Miranda (Civil and Environmental Engineering); Scott Klemmer (Computer Science); Banny banerjee (Mechanical Engineering); Abby King (School of Medicine); Sam McClure (Psychology) Stanford Engineering and Public Policy Framework Project: Climat...

Technology uses live cells to detect food-borne pathogens, toxins

...ing a relatively lengthy incubation period to grow out any living microbes, banerjee said. The new technology's discerning power also could help optimize proces...ent, you can literally see the color change taking place before your eyes," banerjee said. The suspension of live mammalian cells within a collagen gel is un...
Banerjee in Biological Technology

Nano-sandwich triggers novel electron behavior

...out computational analysis, Pickett said. Pickett and Pardo have teamed with UC Davis physics professor Rajiv Singh and graduate student Swapnonil banerjee to investigate the material's properties. The team has constructed a classical mathematical model called a "tight-binding" model that they expect will...
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