It seems that there would soon be a lot more made known about Cavatak oncolytic virus in treating bladder cancer as reports indicate that initial research has confirmed the presence of widespread ICAM-1 receptors on the surface of bladder cancer cells.
Recently, a review carried out by the King's Fund has revealed that NHS is overall performing well; it is equally at significant risk. The reason behind the same is A&E waits and finances, says the think tank.
As much as 52% rise has been reported in the number of winter vomiting bug cases in the UK this year with the number rising from 1,301 in the previous year to 1,975 this year.
However, the health officials in Shropshire have said the cases in the city are comparatively far behind the national average and lowest in the country recorded so far in the year. Some 35 cases have been recorded in the city.
A recent news report confirmed that senior SNP MP Stewart Hosie is recovering after being admitted in Dundee's Ninewells Hospital. He was admitted after he suffered a mini-stroke on Monday afternoon.
A number of users of Windows Phone 8 handsets had made complaints some time ago that the phones are rebooting at frequent intervals. In response to the same, a recent report reveals, Microsoft is ready with a fix that would probably be out by the coming month.
As per reports, it has been revealed that Afghanistan's politicians were involved in alerting the list that contained the names of people, who were suspected to be charged for the Kabul Bank incident. The information was provided by a watchdog.
A right that is not even known by many people they have is being decided to be taken away by Facebook, a recent report uncovers. The right to vote is likely to be eliminated, especially if turnout turns out to be low and history is a guide.
A recent research has raised questions over a commonly used heart drug which is doubted to be behind deaths of many. Nonetheless, there are experts who claim it to be safe enough.
There is no doubt over the rising scar of AIDS as a recent report sheds light on how six out of 10 young people with HIV are clueless about the infection leading them to AIDS and premature death. For the research, data from several metro areas, including Milwaukee, was tracked by a team from the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Pioneer in human organ transplants, Dr. Joseph Murray, 93, died after a stroke at Brigham and Women's Hospital this Monday.
Nobel Prize winner for his pioneering job, Murray had a stroke at his home in Boston on Thanksgiving Day. He was immediately moved to Brigham and Women's hospital where he breathed his last.
Hugo Chavez, the President of Venezuela, is considering to have his cancer treatment from Cuba now.
He has been fighting the deadly disease since last 18 months and his doctors are asking him to have a special treatment including a number of hyperbaric oxygenation and physical therapy. Mr. Chavez has sent request regarding the same to the legislature.
A recently completed 15-year study has revealed that the intake of soft drinks raises the risk of prostate cancer in men by 40%.
As per the findings of the study, drinking of 300ml soft drinks a day is enough to make you more vulnerable to cancer threat. It was found that there are no early symptoms of the disease developing because of these fizzy drinks.
In a breakthrough revelation, it has been revealed that National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (Nimhans) is going to target a district in Karnataka to know more about mental health problems from which district residents have been suffering from.
This UK woman was quite shy to reveal her hirsutism condition to the world. But, things changed when her friend asked her to utilize her problem for social cause Movember. Siobhain Fletcher, 36, liked the idea and has been growing moustache to raise funds for Movember.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust has been discovered by Monitor, the NHS foundation trust regulator, as breaching its authorization terms. However, the trust is hoping to get support of Unison in making workforce changes.
A recent report from the Western Trust indicates about the blurred future of three wards, badly damaged by a fire that broke at the top of Altnagelvin Hospital's tower block. There are some 18 who are supposed to get checked today but uncertainly lingers now and apparently some 33 were returned back yesterday in the same manner.
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