PTI, Monday, 3rd February 2014
London: Cells taken from the donated eyes of the dead may enable blind people to see the world, a new study has found.
London, Mar 4 (PTI) Scientists have successfully developed healthy cartilage from embryonic stem cells, a breakthrough that could help treat arthritis patients. Researchers grew and transformed embryonic stem cells into cartilage cells also known as chondrocytes. ... Read More >>
Chennai, Apr 3: Over 100 delegates comprising leading doctors and physicians took part in the Neuro Oncology symposium organised by Apollo Speciality Hospitals here on Thursday to discuss latest trends in management of brain tumors in children. ... Read More >>
Hyderabad: An estimated 60 million people in India have diabetes, and a six million of them suffer from sight-threatening retinopathy which is a fall-out of the disease, Public Health Foundation of India said in a report. ... Read More >>
Chennai: With China recording the first cases of Yellow fever in Asia, the threat to India seems to be eminent. Yellow fever is a viral disease, usually found in tropical regions of Africa and the Americas. It principally affects humans and monkeys, and is transmitted via the bite of Aedes mosquito... Read More >>