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Drug With New Approach On Impeding DNA Repair Shows Promise In First Clinical Trial

The findings may set the stage for testing berzosertib - an inhibitor of the ATR protein - in a range of other cancers, investigators say.

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Blood cancer find raises new treatment hopes

Blood cancer find raises new treatment hopes

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New Minimally-Invasive Treatment For 'Frozen Shoulder' Improves Patients' Pain, Function

The symptoms are often treated with physical therapy or pain medications until they resolve within one to three years.

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Study reveals fecal transplant as promising treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Study reveals fecal transplant as promising treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

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Researchers find potential element to improve productivity, quality of life in elderly

Researchers find potential element to improve productivity, quality of life in elderly

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Study suggests that repetitive negative thinking is linked to dementia, Alzheimer's risk

Study suggests that repetitive negative thinking is linked to dementia, Alzheimer's risk

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World Blood Donor Day: Time to commit to new blood relations amid Covid-19 crisis

World Blood Donor Day: Time to commit to new blood relations amid Covid-19 crisis

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Researchers outline methods to study puberty suppression impacts transgender youth's brain

Researchers outline methods to study puberty suppression impacts transgender youth's brain

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Covid-19 Fallout: SII Signs Deal With Astra Zeneca To Manufacture Vaccines In India

India's COVID-19 tally on Saturday witnessed its highest-ever spike of 11,458 cases, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW).

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Study: COVID-19 May Present Neurologic Symptoms Before Respiratory Issues

A review of neurological symptoms of COVID-19 patients in the current scientific literature was conducted and the results are published this week in Annals of Neurology.

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Fortis Healthcare Reports Fall In Hospital Occupancy Due To COVID-19 Crisis

The company's diagnostics business also witnessed 75 per cent drop in volumes in April. Patients choose to postpone elective procedures while there was a significant drop in footfalls in the outpatients department (OPD).

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Doctors At Hyderabad's Gandhi Hospital Call Off Strike

Recruitment of doctors, nurses, patient care providers and sanitation workers to fill the shortage will be conducted and provision will also be made for a 30 per cent extra force in reserve.

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Shrinking Rate Of Fresh Covid Infections Creates Bizarre Problem For Vaccine Developers, 51 More COVID-19 Cases In Rajasthan

Vaccine developers need sufficient numbers of infected people, with and without symptoms, circulating in the general population -- in the streets, workplaces, clinics -- to test whether the vaccine protects volunteers when they are exposed.

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India Not In Community Transmission Spread: Here's What Stage India Is In

Community transmission or spread is said to take place when the source of the virus is unknown.

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