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Kolkata On Top List With Indians Who Suffer From Lifestyle Diseases

Kolkata On Top List With Indians Who Suffer From Lifestyle Diseases

Indians that aged in the range of 20-45 years old are usually worried about their lifstyle diseases and about 45% of young people are vulnerable to non-communicable diseases like diabetes, hypertension and depression.

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Political Unrest Plunges Burundi Into Crisis

Africa Sees Rise In Lifestyle Illnesses

The is a rise in the number of Africans suffering from lifestyle illnesses, one of which is cancer. Unhealthy habits contribute to the development of the disease. Poor hospital services also add to the trouble of patients.

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Cancer Experts Gather In San Antonio To Discuss Breast Cancer Research

Cancer Experts Gather In San Antonio To Discuss Breast Cancer Research

International scientists and physicians met in Texas for the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, a collaborative effort among cancer experts to present the latest researches on breast cancer.

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E-cigarettes Increase Risk Of Heart Disease – Study

E-cigarettes Increase Risk Of Heart Disease – Study

Numerous studies have revealed the dangers of smoking e-cigarettes, with some reports citing that the effects of e-ciagrettes are of the same magnitude as that of traditional cigarettes. While some orgaizations encourage smokers to switch from tobacco to e-cigarettes, there are also many who call for the regulation of the use of e-cigarettes because of the harm it poses to people's health.

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Sean Parker Partners With Cancer Research Institute To Advance Research

Sean Parker Partners With Cancer Research Institute To Advance Research

Self.made billionaire Sean Parker continues his vision on advancing medical researches. His Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy collaborated with the Cancer Research Institute in an effort to use algorith in uncovering neoantigens.

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Veronesi, Father Of Cancer Research Dies

Veronesi, Father Of Cancer Research Dies

Cancer research Father, Umberto Veronesi dies at 90.

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Deeper Cancer Research Done With Titan SuperComputer

Deeper Cancer Research Done With Titan SuperComputer

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), home to several of the world’s top supercomputers, strengthens the battle against cancer through conducting several experiments on how deep learning can contribute for the development of cancer research.

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Pierce Brosnan Answers Indian Breath Freshener Ad Issue

Pierce Brosnan on Pan Bahar

Pierce Brosnan said that he is unaware that the product has harmful ingredients. They only told him that the product is just a breath freshener and tooth whitener.

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Key Speakers At The Robin Hood Veterans Summit

Celator Pharmaceuticals Shares Soared on Tuesday After Successful Test

Celator Pharmaceuticals shares jumped more than 400% in Tuesday trading. Meanwhile, hedge fund manager Steve Cohen unvelied his 8.3% shares of the company.

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Cancer research laboratory

Forty Seven Inc Raised $75 Million to Develop Antibodies for Cancer

The Series A round was announced on Wednesday. The company has also licensed the rights for multiple immuno-oncology programs from Stanford University.

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Intel

Better, quicker, shorter cancer care eyed by Intel thru Collaborative Cancer Cloud

Intel Health executive Eric Dishman has to fight his Kidney Cancer for 23 years before it was treated. Now, Intel launched a network that would make cancer treatment plans in just 1 day by 2020.

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First aid kit

Geron sells last drug in pipeline to J&J unit

Geron Corp licensed its cancer compound, the last in its pipeline, to a unit of Johnson & Johnson for up to $935 million, sending its shares up as much as 33 percent in extended trading.

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Health insurance

Insurance, income, education tied to survival after lung cancer surgery

How long patients survive after surgery to remove lung cancer may depend on factors like insurance, income and education, according to a new study.

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AstraZeneca

AstraZeneca looks to EU decision for next cancer drug boost

AstraZeneca's cancer drug pipeline, already on a roll following promising clinical trial results, could get a further boost next week from a European green light for an experimental medicine against ovarian cancer.

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Medicated Drugs

FDA approves Eisai drug for chemotherapy-associated nausea

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Friday it has approved Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai's drug Akynzeo to treat nausea and vomiting in patients undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

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