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Sun Pharma had acquired YONSA from Churchill Pharmaceuticals and will commercialise the drug in the US.
Long night-shifts at work, alcohol and smoking, overweight and other habits that can lead to breast cancer
Changing lifestyle habits, increasing work pressure and stress levels have left modern-day individuals with no time to pay heed to their health and one disease that seems to be emerging.
The Zero Shadow Days (ZSDs) can be observed in all parts of the State on different dates and times.
Enhanced activation of Vitamin D by protecting beta cells may be a potential new approach for treating diabetes as well as other diseases, including cancer, researchers have suggested.
Cancer patients can now expect for an extended life span. A Bhubaneswar-based Start-up has developed biomolecular nanomachines which can carry anticancer drugs to the affected cells.
The study highlights that one of the major causes of cancer is tobacco, which is related to 24.4–65.2 per cent of cancer in males and 6.9– 42.3 per cent of cancer in females in India.
The complaint was made by the head of the RCC’s department of transfusion medicine. The KSWC said the complaint was ambiguous and needed to be verified.
The researchers found that their emotional well-being scores were also lower than for all adults with cancer.
In a bid to decentralise cancer care and make it accessible to the patients at an affordable cost, the State Government on Sunday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Trusts.
Considering the spike in cancer cases in the state, the government had unveiled a plan in December to establish the Kerala Cancer Care Grid.
At the same time, the RCC director had stated there might be some ‘minor incautiousness’ from its part as it has to handle a large volume of patients on a daily basis.
Britain admitted that a 'serious failure' in its breast cancer screening programme over nearly a decade led to 450,000 women missing out on invitations to their final tests.
Researchers found that people living in large cities with heavy exposure to blue lights at night had double the risk of prostate cancer and 1.5 times higher risk of breast cancer.
The Cancer Institute and Press Institute of India recently came together to conduct a seminar, at the Adyar Cancer Institute, on paediatric cancer also known as childhood cancer.
A nine-year-old girl child - the cancer patient from Alappuzha allegedly died after a blood transfusion at RCC. The child is suspected to have had contracted HIV during the blood transfusion.