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    MACHINE LEARNING TO PLAN RADIOTHERAPY

    Cancer is one of the most common chronic diseases that occur in humans. There are varieties of cancer, including breast, lung, skin, and many more. Certainly, deaths due to cancer have reduced due to medical advancements. Around 1.8 million new cancer cases arrive every day globally. With awareness spread successfully, the rate of cancer patients […] More

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    Synthetic inhibitors – Bleeding free anticoagulation

         Do you know blood thinners can cause bleeding side effects? Yes, for the patients who are suffering from thrombosis, pulmonary embolism or stroke are usually administered with some drugs to help their blood flow smoothly. Those drugs are the ‘blood thinners’ or otherwise called anticoagulants, which can stop blood clots from forming or […] More

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    Why don’t young and female patients respond to cancer immunotherapy?

    Cancer immunotherapy – plays a promising role in the treatment of cancer in some individuals. It empowers a patient’s immune system to clear away tumours on its own. But for some other patients, immunotherapy doesn’t work.The researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine have found evidence of why some patients show […] More

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    Why don’t seasonal flu shot have long term effect?

    A group of researchers from the Emory Vaccine Center provides a view about why the seasonal flu vaccination’s boost in immunity doesn’t last for many years, unlike some childhood vaccinations. Science journal published this article on August 13.Bone marrow is the home base for immune cells which produce antibodies. Thus, in bone marrow, only the […] More

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    Jamie Lee Curtis and her Patented Diaper

    Jamie Lee Curtis Jamie Lee Curtis needs no introduction. An actress and author of children’s books, she is also an activist and philanthropist. Curtis won a Golden Globe, an American Comedy Awards, and a Saturn Award for her performance in the 1994 action-comedy film True Lies. She has starred in numerous films, including the 2019 […] More

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    OXYTOCIN AND PAUL ZAK

    Paul Zak and his understanding with the Oxytocin Human behavior, along with the human brain, is highly knotted. But, we all know that we don’t have enough tools to understand it. Thus, scientists are working over understanding brain-behavior. Paul Zak born 9 February 1962 is an American neuro-economist. More

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    DIAGNOSIS WITH SALIVA FOR CANCER

    We are all aware of the fact of how cancer can affect someone’s life. Cancer is a disease that involves abnormal growth of cells within the potential to invade or spread to other parts of the body.  In 2018, the World Health Organisation recorded 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million deaths due to this […] More

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    Feluda – Now Detecting Covid Cases

    FELUDA Prodosh C. Mitter or Feluda was Satyajit Ray’s fictional detective,  who enthralled children and adults for generations now. The detective is popular not only in Bengal and India but has a global fan- following. However, solving crimes is not this fictional detective’s only job. The Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology (IGIB) in Delhi […] More

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    The First New Influenza Drug in 20 Years

    Infleunza Influenza, caused by the influenza virus, affects around 3 to 5 million people severely. The seasonal illness kills around 290,000 to 650,000 people globally, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Influenza vaccines are available, yet not all people get vaccinated. The disease infects around 20% of unvaccinated children, and 10% of vaccinated adults. […] More

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    Can NSD2 enzyme prevent cell aging?

    The researchers from Kumamoto University, Japan, found that this NSD2 enzyme also works to block cell aging. Their study found that the NSD2 enzyme in cells works in two ways. The first one is inhibition of this enzyme leads to rapid senescence in healthy cells. The other one is, in senescent cells, there is a […] More

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