UN tuberculosis summit ‘hist...

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New York, Sept 19 (IBNS): Countries are not doing enough to end tuberculosis – the world’s deadliest infectious disease – by 2030, warned the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday, at the release of the latest Global Tuberculosis Report.
Artificial Intelligence tool accurately identifies cancer type an...
New York, Sept 18 (IBNS): A new computer program can analyze images of patients’ lung tumors, specify cancer types, and even identify altered genes driving abnormal cell growth, a new study shows.
The microbiota in the intestines fuels tumour growth: Study finds
New York, Sept 18 (IBNS): The team of Professor Dirk Haller at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) made an unexpected discovery while investigating the triggering factors of colon cancer
Muscle relaxants increase risk of respiratory complications: Stud...
New York, Sept 18 (IBNS): Muscle relaxants are a necessary part of anesthesia during certain major operations. Studies have, however, hinted at respiratory risks connected with these drugs.
Supreme Court lifts ban on sale of Saridon and two other drugs
New Delhi, Sept 17 (IBNS): Days after the Centre's ban on 328 combinationdrugs, the Supreme Court on Monday allowed the sale of Saridon and two other drugs for now, media reports said.
Landmark study reveals: Can aspirin prolong good health?
Canberra, Sept 17 (IBNS): Three groundbreaking papers published in today’s New England Journal of Medicine, led by a team of Monash University researchers in Melbourne, reveal the results from a seven-year study of the benefits and risks of a low daily dose of aspirin to the lives of people over 70.
Mom's high blood sugar in pregnancy linked to child's obesity: St...
New York, Sept 16 (IBNS): A pregnant woman’s higher blood sugar level is linked to a significantly greater long-term risk of obesity in her child — even more than a decade later, reports a large new international study led by Northwestern Medicine. 
Children born in last three months of year in Melbourne may have ...
Melbourne, Sept 15 (IBNS):New research has found children born in the last three months of the year in Melbourne may have a greater risk of developing respiratory diseases such as asthma
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