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Pioneering Pig Kidney Transplant

“Just as Dolly the sheep and Louis Brown, the first test tube baby, marked significant milestones in medical history, so too does Rick Slayman’s groundbreaking pig kidney transplant.” The name Rick Slayman will be linked with medical histrory as the first living recipient of a genetically edited pig kidney transplant. …

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Right to Health for All: World Health Day 2024

As we observe World Health Day today, it’s crucial for all of us to grasp the vital significance of preserving and safeguarding the fundamental human right to health. Under the theme ‘My health, my right’, this year’s commemoration calls for global solidarity in ensuring equitable access to essential health services, …

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Empowering Autistic Voices

The United Nations General Assembly in 2007 designated 2 April as World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD). Ever since April 2-8 is marked as Autism Awareness Week as a poignant reminder to affirm and promote the rights of autistic individuals. Over the years, remarkable progress has been made, largely due to …

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Obituary to Dr Praveen Mishra

With profound sorrow, MedicosNext magazine mourns the passing away of Prof. Dr. Praveen Mishra, the former Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Population. Dr. Mishra, a stalwart in the medical field, breathed his last in New Delhi while undergoing medical treatment for a sudden heart attack. Born in 1962, …

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Let’s talk the taboo: Menopause 

  Words by Rosu Katwal Reproductive health in general is stigmatized and menopause is no exception. Menopause is “The significant change” a transition phase that every woman must go through once in a lifetime. However, we live in a society where topic like menopause has been historically muted for years …

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The Danger Lurking in Hair-Straightening Products

The pursuit of beauty sometimes comes with unexpected risks. A recent research conducted in France has unveiled concerning associations between hair-straightening products and acute kidney failure. A compound found in certain cosmetic products called the glycolic acid is particularly found in high concentration in hair straightening products. Their findings, published …

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PET Imaging for Bowel Cancer Diagnosis

Researchers in Glasgow have made a new discovery in the diagnosis and treatment of bowel cancer, offering hope to patients and healthcare providers alike. By harnessing the power of positron emission tomography (PET) imaging, they have found a way to examine the entire bowel without the need for invasive biopsies. …

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