There are few whose lives have not been touched by cancer. It cuts down friends, loved ones, siblings, spouses, parents and children. And it does so more than it used to.
As more than a million Egyptians, Ahmed Nada suffered from hepatitis C before finding the path to healing in a country that has become a global destination for patients seeking treatment.
A new device can detect whether or not a tumor is cancerous in just 10 seconds - and should be in operating rooms as soon as 2018.
HYDERABAD: A study by scientists from Indian Institute of Chemical Technology - Hyderabad, University of Liverpool and NIPER-Guwahati has for the first time highlighted the association between weat
A study which appeared in the National Centre for Biotechnology Information’s (NCBI) journal suggests that constant surveillance and data gathering of patients who have consumed Oseltamivir has to
India on Monday entered into an agreement with International Vaccine Institute (IVI) in South Korea under which it has committed an annual contribution of $5,00,000 for vaccine research and develop
Novartis AG began testing a new anti-malaria pill in Africa, advancing development of an alternative to its most effective treatment that billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates said risked losing po
Vaccination and clinical testing of the Russian vaccine Gam Evac Combi against the deadly Ebola virus, launched in Guinea on August 9, will continue until the end of 2018, the Russian Foreign Minis
Plants have been "hijacked" to make polio vaccine in a breakthrough with the potential to transform vaccine manufacture, say scientists.
Despite dramatic progress against it, malaria still kills nearly half a million people a year, over 90 percent of them children in sub Saharan Africa. Almost all those deaths are preventable.
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