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Vegetarian diet reduces cancer risk

A vegetarian diet could help protect against cancer, new research suggests.Writing in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers, who analysed 52,700 men and women, found that those......

'Be a donor and an and save a thousand lives'

Dr Abhijit Guha, chair, Alan and Susan Hudson Neurooncology, and a clinical researcher at the Western Hospital in Toronto, who has helped thousands of people, is now in need of help himself. The......

Researchers isolate gene that causes breast cancer

It's undoubtedly a major clinical breakthrough! The existence of a DNA code that causes breast cancer was known for years, but now scientists have discovered how that faulty gene triggers the......

Pratap Singh gets clinical chemistry award

Pratap Singh, principal scientist at the Glasgow, Delaware research and development facility at Dade Behring, a leading clinical diagnostics company, has been honored with the  American......

Soon, 'Life Box' will deliver hearts for transplant by drones

The new device, building by a team of Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, will keep the heart in good condition for about eight hours. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The next time you......

Drug makers seek out-of-court settlement in clinical trial cases

In order to keep pace with the government’s healthcare agenda, the pharmaceutical sector wants research work to go on, at any cost. In a letter to health minister Harsh Vardhan, the Indian......

Indian pharma cos shifting R&D to SE Asian countries

Indian pharma companies are shifting research and development operations and clinical trials to South-East Asian countries due to transparent regulations and sops offered by these nations, a survey......

Why clinical trials have gone haywire in India

A decade ago India was the new kid on the block in clinical trials, a part of the contract research space. The Indian advantage lay in low-cost skills and patient diversity - the poor as well as......

Pharma companies line up for clinical trials

Signalling a growing interest in new drug discovery research, some major Indian pharmaceutical firms had applied for conducting clinical trials on at least 12 new drugs in 2010.The most sought......

R&D firms should compensate trial injuries: DCGI

Contract research organisationsundertaking clinical trials of drugs on behalf of their multinational pharmaceutical clients will not be able to pass on the blame of trial-related injuries to their......

'I don't know why I haven't had a baby yet'

 'I am the undiscovered Julia Roberts of India. They haven't figured it out yet.' Kalki Koechlin gets talking. IMAGE: Kalki on the ramp: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com "I feel like......

Can Serena make tennis comeback after childbirth?

It would be perfectly safe for Serena Williams to continue with rigorous training throughout pregnancy, but how quickly the 35-year-old would return to tournament tennis is uncertain. IMAGE:......
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Soon, 'Life Box' will deliver hearts for transplant by drones

The new device, building by a team of Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, will keep the heart in good condition for about eight hours.... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/special/soon-life-box-will-deliver-hearts-for-transplant-by-drones/20180623.htm
Google Is Training Machines To Predict When A Patient Will Die

Google's next step is moving this predictive system into clinics, AI chief Jeff Dean told Bloomberg News in May. Dean's health research unit --... ...

https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/google-is-training-machines-to-predict-when-a-patient-will-die-1869304
SHOCKING! TB kills 1,183 Indians daily

'There is little doubt that India's tobacco epidemic is contributing to its TB epidemic,' says Neil W Schluger. Shontish Hansda, 35, suffering... ...

http://www.rediff.com/news/special/shocking-tb-kills-1183-indians-daily/20180616.htm
'You can't succeed without taking risk'

'There are different kinds of risk.''It is a very powerful value. Your ability to de-risk the risk is also as important for risk taking.' A... ...

http://www.rediff.com/money/interview/you-cant-succeed-without-taking-risk/20180606.htm
India's largest drug maker is building its next big idea literally from a 'scratch'

In the ‘Arena of Valour,’ a popular online game, the character Ilumia is a wizard endowed with powers to inflict damage and protect others.... ...

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/healthcare/biotech/pharmaceuticals/sun-rises-with-rd-and-bets-on-specialty-drugs/articleshow/64458050.cms

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