Cancer patients, for whom it was very difficult to take full medical treatment due to high price of cancer drug, now can easily buy the medicines as Cipla decide to cut-price rates of drugs.
Seeking influential impact by the recent compulsory licensing verdict, Cipla is the biggest Indian pharmaceutical companies and on Friday, it announced to revise its price strategy that the company slashed price of the generic drug, Soranib by 80 % from Rs 28,000 to Rs 6,840. Read the rest of this entry…
Mumbai is hitting record of HINI cases as the youngest HINI case of a four-month male child from Malad found positive after tested.
According to BMC, a four- month child was suffering from fever and sore throat. However all the samples had been sent to the Haffkine Institute for examination the chances of virus and it has confirmed that he is infected HINI virus and tested positive. Read the rest of this entry…
If you have liver regarding problems then you should change your food habits.
As per saying by gastroenterologist experts on World Liver Day, new generation lead to sedentary lifestyle and use liquor, street’s junk food in their diets that directly harm liver, a large functional reserve of the body.
In India, more than 2 lakh cases have been under examination in which people infected with liver disease and die cause of liver failure. Read the rest of this entry…
At the World Autism Awareness Day on Monday, parents along with their autism spectrum disorder (ASD) infected children are joined at the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum (VITM) across the globe to create and spread awareness about this slowly growing disease.
ASD refers to lack of developmental brain and disorder of a mental condition in which a person has communication difficulties.
Autism child has the wide range of symptoms of levels of impairment.
Autism Society of India (ASI) on Monday organized an event to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day in which 150 autistic students, educators victims and their families together participated. Read the rest of this entry…
According to the horridness report on cancer mortality, around Six lakh Indian people are being dead have caused of avoidable cancer in 2010.
A landmark study from across 16 centres published in The Lancet found that mostly cancer affected people are of aged between 30 and 69, and it never a disease of the rich.
Cancer infected people are of a large number of poor and illiterate Indians because of ignorance of it— oral, lung, cervical, breast etc.
Nearly 23% deaths recorded from tobacco-related cancer, almost 1.2 lakh deaths in 2010, 40% deaths in men and 20% in women. In men, Lung, Oral and Stomach cancer are common while cervical and breast cancer affects mostly women. Read the rest of this entry…
Positive H1N1 spreads in Mumbai very rapidly as three new swine flue cases come recently and make toll five of infecting people, three out of them are from one family in Mulund.
Observing threatening fact, the BMC warned private laboratories to inform the health authorities first about positive swine flu (H1N1) cases instead of contacting public as per official protocol that defined while first case of positive H1N1 came into existence in 2009.
Talking to media, Dr AA Bandiwadekar, executive health officer, BMC, said regarding this a notice will be sending to them. Read the rest of this entry…
The Internal pains to losing a loved one in life can cause of weaken the immune system making the body more vulnerable to infections even can lead to the death, as per a study.
On basis of study found by Researchers from the University of Birmingham, large amount of depression and intense grief caused by interferes with a type of white blood cell called neutrophils.
With the passage of age period, adults lose the ability to produce another hormone that can act opposed the damage and situation goes more worse as difficult to bear the pain.
Therefore, Researchers believe that this could be the reason why couples who have been married for years die months, weeks or even days apart. Read the rest of this entry…
“No error in decriminalization of gay sex”, the Centre told Supreme Court by conveying that the High Court verdict was correct.
Finally Centre who had opposed the verdict of High Court ruled “sex between two consenting adults of the same sex in private would not be an offence” has ceased to treat gay sex as illegal.
The apex court had asked Centre to take stand on homosexuality as the govt. had changed it one by one for being highly claimed gay sex to be “immoral” and “against the social order”. Read the rest of this entry…
Homeopathy, an unusual worthless treatment that is lying to their patients, claimed by Edzard Ernst, a professor of complementary medicine at the University of Exeter.
He called it as “unethical treatment” should be banned on NHS; the firm invests more than £4million in a year on homeopathy through funding from the British Medical Association.
Main reason behind this dilemma is that homeopaths use dilute forms of materials to prevent diseases that could reveal the symptoms of the condition in higher concentrations. Read the rest of this entry…
Latest study reveals that the tolls of Mouth cancer cases are increasing due to transmission of human papilloma virus (HPV) that is communicated during physical contact of couple or may be oral sex.
As per a Charity Group, Cancer Research UK that studied this fact said the rates of mouth cancer in Britain figured above 6,000 last year, for the first time in the UK probably due to rise in oral sex.
However major part as two-thirds of about 6,200 cases diagnosed in 2011 were in men who usually dealt with risk factors in mouth cancer include heavy drinking, smoking and sexually transmitted HPV infection.
Refusing Smoking to be the main cause of cancer, Head and neck tumours’ Expert, Richard Shaw said patients increasing numbers with oral HPV infection cancers tend to be younger and less likely to smoke. Read the rest of this entry…