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Mobile application on HIV/AIDS launched

Mobile application on HIV/AIDS launched Mobile application will provide complete information on HIV, increase awareness and risk perception as well as prompt users to access HIV testing from the nearest centre free of cost The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in collaboration with AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Department of Telecommunications and National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) have launched a new mobile ... Read More »

Fear vs Respect

Fear vs Respect Long time ago very cruel king name Virat Singh was ruling the city of Vijay Nagar. All citizens were fearful because of his cruelty. Virat has a dog named Jack, which he used to love more than anything, one fateful morning Jack died. Virat Singh organized last rituals for dog; entire city came to cremation ground. Virat ... Read More »

Scientists aim to develop drugs to eliminate pancreatic cancer

Scientists aim to develop drugs to eliminate pancreatic cancer The research team has carried out some preliminary studies of LXR expression in patient tumour samples and is preparing to analyse more samples Researchers, including those from India, are aiming to develop drugs that will allow physicians to prolong patient survival and possibly, even eradicate the deadly pancreatic cancer by targeting specific ... Read More »

Clinical study show significant result of fenugreek seed extract in PCOS patients

Clinical study show significant result of fenugreek seed extract in PCOS patients Fenugreek seed extract causes significant reduction in the ovary volume and reduction of cyst size A clinical study conducted on 50 women in the age group of 18-45 years showed significant results in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome with the use of fenugreek seed extract (Furocyst).The average BMI ... Read More »

Aspirin lowers risk of cancer in overweight people: Study

Aspirin lowers risk of cancer in overweight people: Study A regular dose of aspirin can reduce the long-term risk of cancer in those who are overweight, according to an international study of people with a family history of the disease. The study found that being overweight more than doubled the risk of bowel cancer in people with Lynch Syndrome, an inherited ... Read More »

Janssen to develop and commercialize Alligator’s immuno-oncology agent ADC-1013

Janssen to develop and commercialize Alligator’s immuno-oncology agent ADC-1013 Janssen Biotech has entered into an exclusive, worldwide license agreement with Swedish biotech firm Alligator Bioscience for ADC-1013, an immuno-oncology agent currently being evaluated in Phase I clinical trials. As part of the deal, Janssen will secure rights to develop and commercialize ADC-1013, an agonistic fully human monoclonal antibody, that targets ... Read More »

Learn to Appreciate

Learn to Appreciate Once upon a time, there was a man who was very helpful, kindhearted, and generous. He was a man who will help someone without asking anything to pay him back. He will help someone because he wants to and he loves to.  One day while walking into a dusty road, this man saw a purse, so he picked it ... Read More »

GSK closes North Carolina plant after Legionella bacteria found in cooling tower

GSK closes North Carolina plant after Legionella bacteria found in cooling tower UK drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has closed its Zebulon drug manufacturing plant in North Carolina, US, after the discovery of bacteria related to Legionnaires’ disease, a potentially fatal form of pneumonia. The Legionella bacteria were identified at the plant’s self-standing cooling tower during the company’s routine testing at the ... Read More »

Sanofi, Evotec to develop stem cell-based treatments for diabetes

Sanofi, Evotec to develop stem cell-based treatments for diabetes French pharmaceutical firm Sanofi has entered strategic research collaboration with German drug discovery firm Evotec for developing beta cell-modulating diabetes treatments, which may reduce or eliminate the need for insulin injections. The company noted that beta cells play a major role in the pathogenesis of diabetes, which currently affects 387 million ... Read More »

Shake off Your Problems

Shake off Your Problems A man’s favorite donkey falls into a deep precipice; He can’t pull it out no matter how hard he tries; He therefore decides to bury it alive. Soil is poured onto the donkey from above. The donkey feels the load, shakes it off, and steps on it; More soil is poured. It shakes it off and ... Read More »

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