India’s CAR-T Therapy for Cancer treatment launched

Recently (4th April) India’s first home-grown gene therapy for cancer, named “CAR-T cell therapy” , was launched by the President of India, Smt Droupadi Murmu; it is expected that this…

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Guaranteed freedom to abortion in France

On Monday, France achieved a historic milestone by becoming the first nation globally to embed abortion rights within its constitution. This achievement marks the culmination of a determined endeavours that…

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Alaskapox Virus

Alaskapox, known as orthopoxviruses,  belongs to a family of brick-shaped viruses. The bug can infect animals and humans and tend to cause lesions, or pox, on the skin. Each has…

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World Cancer Day is observed everywhere on  Feb. 4. The campaign, which started in 2000, aims to promote research to cure and prevent the disease, improve treatment, and raise awareness….

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Poonam Pandey died due to cervical cancer: Basics Explained

Actor-model Poonam Pandey’s team confirmed the news of her untimely death at 32, after battling cervical cancer. Health experts stress the importance of Pap smears and HPV testing in the…

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Study has found the effectiveness of the HPV against cervical cancer: Basics Explained

The Public Health Scotland (PHS) research study has found the effectiveness of the HPV (human papillomavirus virus) vaccine in preventing cervical cancer; no cases of cervical cancer have been detected…

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Antibiotics to be prescribed with  reason: Basics Explained

To stop the misuse and overuse of antimicrobials and the development of drug-resistant pathogens, the Union Health Ministry urged all doctors in medical colleges and medical associations to make it…

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Artificial Intelligence and Cancer Detection: Basics Explained

READ: How AI can help detect cancer and why India’s biggest cancer treatment hospital is utilising it ( Utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) Mumbai’s Tata Memorial Hospital (TMH), the biggest cancer…

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2,40,000 nano plastic fragments in One-litre bottle of water: Basics Explained

In the new study, using newly developed laser technology, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from Columbia University have found that a single plastic…

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WHO Classifies JN.1 as a ‘Variant of Interest’: Basics Explained

The World Health Organisation (WHO) classified the JN.1 COVID-19 subvariant as a ‘variant of interest’ by separate from its parent variant Omicron BA.2.86; added that the strain does not pose…

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