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World's youngest large brain tumour patient operated on in Chandigarh

As per the doctors, the child was normal and playful following visual stimuli a few months back. For the last 20 days, the mother noticed that the child was not following anything

Published on 21st January 2021
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DST INSPIRE faculty from Chennai working on alternative anti-cancer therapy using transgenic zebrafish

Dr Vimalraj Selvaraj from Centre for Biotechnology, Anna University, Chennai, is a recipient of the INSPIRE Faculty Fellowship instituted by the Department of Science & Technology

Published on 20th January 2021
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This advocacy group has been working to make therapy centres a safe place for children with disabilities

Set up by concerned parents and stakeholders, TogetherWeCan has been working continuously to restructure the mental health process for special needs children

Published on 20th January 2021
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Researchers find success with new therapy involving introduction of small peptide nasally

Many COVID-19 patients in the ICU suffer from cytokine storm that affects lungs, heart and other organs

Published on 20th January 2021
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Study highlights genome altering can help to treat human retinal degeneration

The study shows that gene editing therapies can address transformations causing inherited retinal degenerations, a leading cause of blindness

Published on 20th January 2021
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How this online platform started by MIT Pune students is using sign language to help deaf kids learn easily

Founded in 2015, Bleetech Innovations is an online platform that provides content in sign language to aid in a deaf person's learning. We find out more

Published on 18th January 2021
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This new tech is helping cancer patients manage symptoms

Patients reported better symptom control and physical wellbeing in the early weeks of treatment, with the system preventing symptom deterioration in about 9 per cent of patients after 12 weeks

Published on 11th January 2021
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Counselling sessions for farmers at Singhu Border to prevent burnout, suicide bids

However, to ease their psychological burden, US-based NGO, United Sikhs, has started carrying out counselling sessions for farmers

Published on 9th January 2021
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Most hospitalised COVID-19 patients have at least one symptom 6 months after falling ill: Study 

In the study, scientists, including those from Jin Yin-tan Hospital in China, interviewed the patients face-to-face using questionnaires to evaluate their symptoms and health-related quality of life

Published on 9th January 2021
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Heat treatment can make chemotherapy more effective, study finds

The study showed the enormous potential of combining chemotherapy with heat treatment delivered via magnetic nanoparticles

Published on 6th January 2021
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Scientists from Toronto find that brain cancer is linked to tissue healing after a brain injury

The data from the study suggested that the right mutational change in particular cells in the brain could be modified by injury to give rise to a tumour

Published on 5th January 2021
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Lymphoma drug outperforms Remdesivir against COVID virus

A novel computational drug screening strategy combined with lab experiments suggest that pralatrexate drug is a promising candidate for COVID-19 patients

Published on 2nd January 2021
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Here's how Delhi's Transmen Collective is creating safe spaces for every transman in the country

Satvik Sharma and Jamal Siddiqui share their personal stories of transition which led them to set up the Transmen Collective. They speak to us about how there is a need for more safe spaces

Published on 1st January 2021
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Visualising air exhaled while someone speaks, sings could shed light on how COVID-19 spreads: Scientists

Originally developed to study the flow of air through musical instruments such as organ pipes, Moore said he began imaging the breath of people speaking and singing

Published on 30th December 2020
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Scientists develop new gene therapy for hearing impairment by replacing genes

The scientists were able to prevent the gradual deterioration of hearing in mice that had a genetic mutation for deafness. They maintain that this novel therapy could lead to a breakthrough

Published on 25th December 2020

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