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233 Dead in Mumbai and Thane due to Water Borne Diseases

Mumbai, August 15, 2005. The death toll seems to be on constant rise, though the floodwaters seem to be receding in Mumbai and Thane. There were 91 more deaths in the Mumbai and Thane district and now the death toll stands at 233// from leptospirosis and other water-borne diseases according to t...

Suspected Dengue Case Reported in Kalyan Area of Thane

Municipal authorities are taking due precaution following reports of suspected dengue fever in Kalyan town, in the nearby Thane district, with the blood sample// of the affected being sent for investigations. "Chandrakant Patil a resident of Kalyan has shown symptoms of Dengue fever and we hav...

College Student Commits Suicide After Failing In HSC Exams

... Frustrated over his unsuccessful attempt to clear the Higher Secondary Examination, a student in Ambarnath town of neighbouring thane district today allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of the Pune-bound fast Deccan Queen train, police said. // Vaibhav Dinesh Murbad...

Epidemic Fear In Mumbai Mounting Post-Floods

...of fever. The outbreak of diseases has badly affected middle class areas like the northern suburbs of Bandra, Andheri, Santa Cruz, Virar, Kurla, thane and Kalyan - all of them thickly populated. Most of these areas had come under five to 15 feet of water following torrential rains that pounded the ci...
Thane in Biological News

Gladstone and Izumi Bio in partnership in regenerative medicine and cardiovascular disease

...ience in a focused, efficient way." "Gladstone is emerging as a global leader in regenerative medicine and its applications to heart disease," said thane Kreiner, PhD, iZumi Bio Chief Executive Officer. "This collaboration underscores our commitment and ability to translate the best research in iPS tech...
Thane in Biological Technology

iZumi Bio, Inc. Recruits Leading iPS Scientist, John Dimos, to Translate Stem Cell Breakthrough Into Patient Benefits

... level. "We are delighted that John has chosen iZumi to develop his groundbreaking research into practical regenerative medicine applications," said thane Kreiner, Ph.D., President and CEO of iZumi. "We are committed to working with the most talented scientists worldwide to ensure that the enabling iPS t...

The Gladstone Institutes and iZumi Bio Announce Broad Partnership in Regenerative Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease

...cience in a focused, efficient way." "Gladstone is emerging as a global leader in regenerative medicine and its applications to heart disease," said thane Kreiner, PhD, iZumi Bio Chief Executive Officer. "This collaboration underscores our commitment and ability to translate the best research in iPS tech...

Pelikan Technologies and Lilly Form Alliance to Promote Diabetes Education

...th diabetes a way to remove the significant barrier of pain for many in monitoring their blood sugar levels as well as maintain healthy fingers," said thane Wettig, Executive Director, Lilly Global Diabetes Brands. "At Lilly, we strive to understand the individual needs of people with diabetes, and we're p...
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