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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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Skin Cancer

Words by Dr Saroj Poudel   Skin cancer is not something that frequently comes up in our talk, but it is a reality that touches us all, regardless of our age, gender, or ethnicity. Anyone can develop skin cancer, regardless of race or sex. In a study conducted at the …

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A Happy Mouth, is a Happy Body

As we celebrate World Oral Health Day on March 20th, 2024, we embark on a journey of empowerment and awareness to combat oral diseases affecting nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide. Spearheading this mission is the FDI World Dental Federation, unveiling its three-year “A Happy Mouth is…” campaign during the World …

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How Happiness Impacts Your Health

March 20th marks International Day of Happiness, a time to reflect on the significance of joy in our lives and its profound impact on our health. In a world where stress and challenges often dominate our life, understanding the correlation between happiness and well-being becomes increasingly essential. Recent studies shed …

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Cresomycin: The Ground-Breaking Antibiotic Invented

In a monumental leap forward for combating antimicrobial resistance, researchers in the United States have unveiled the promising emergence of Cresomycin, a synthetic antibiotic with the potential to counteract multidrug-resistant bacterial strains. Boasting effectiveness against notorious pathogens like Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, cresomycin marks a beacon of …

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Trabectedin a breakthrough in Cancer Treatment

  In the constant battle against cancer, scientists have long sought new weapons capable of thwarting the resilient defenses mounted by cancerous cells. Among the most promising contenders is a breakthrough drug called Trabectedin, a remarkable compound derived from the sea squirt Ecteinascidia turbinata. Renowned for its potential to combat …

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