This finding has raised concerns about possible over-treatment of cancer patients to make more money under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana (PMJAY) scheme.
An elderly smoker who acknowledged that she'd gone through a pack of cigarettes every day for 30 years, the woman was suffering from painful lesions on her hands.
Once they identify the source of the feelings, they will be able to work through them.
Founded by Rosalin Patasani Mishra, Parichay Foundation organises the fashion event every year to support education of underprivileged girls.
Ironically, though the administration observed the World Diabetes Day with fanfare on Thursday, the Health wing of the district does not have data about the number of diabetes patients in Ganjam.
She said even though cutting-edge equipment have been developed to aid in the prevention and cure of diseases, when it comes to new treatment techniques much more needs to be done.
Under e-sushrut application, the Center for Development of Advance Computing (C-DAC) will develop a software for AHRCC to store all information related to patients visiting the hospital.
Government data has revealed that the number of per lakh cancer incidence in India, at nearly 258 per lakh population, is way higher than what was recorded earlier in 2016.
Researchers from Vanderbilt University have found that high fibre diet and yogurt help reduce lung cancer risk.
Low awareness levels among women regarding self-examination to identify symptoms of breast cancer is a problem in the state.
Today, BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital, Bengaluru hosted a walkathon in the city –The Pink Wave, to drive awareness on breast cancer.
The survey was conducted over six months last year in over 1,000 towns and cities covering all states and Union Territories by an independent agency.
The body is dealing with toxins, and at one point of time, the toxin overload happens because of which our immune system gives up on its job or gets really lazy.
The researchers used data for 2,20,000 individuals from the Me-Can study, with participants from Norway, Sweden and Austria.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, affecting more than 10 million women worldwide.