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Cyberknife a successful tool for treating early Lung Cancer 

New Delhi : 78 year old Mr. A was taken aback when a small spot in the right lung on chest X ray turned out to be adenocarcinoma ( a type of cancer) after the biopsy. He had a number of associated health problems – COPD, diabetes, heart disease for which he had undergone bypass

Diagnosing, Treating Sleep Apnea in Hospital Improves Survival, Says Study Published by American Journal of Medicine

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Undiagnosed sleep apnea is highly prevalent among hospital patients, and treating it after they’re discharged can improve their chances of long-term survival, according to a ResMed-funded (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD) study published in the American Journal of Medicine. Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/74629529-resmed-sleep-apnea-study/ The study

Doctors at Indian Spinal Injuries Center deliver first ever baby at the hospital after treating the mother severely paralyzed following a road accident during the eighth month of her pregnancy

The fairytale birth of ‘Nayika’ Doctors at Indian Spinal Injuries Center deliver first ever baby at the hospital after treating the mother severely paralyzed following a road accident during the eighth month of her pregnancy   ISIC exhibits exemplary medical excellence in surgically treating the mother completely paralyzed in a road accident; also gifts her

New study suggests chewing one additional piece of sugar-free gum per day could reduce global dental expenditures from treating tooth decay by $4.1 billion a year

New study suggests chewing one additional piece of sugar-free gum per day could reduce global dental expenditures from treating tooth decay by $4.1 billion a year   World-first data study in the American Journal of Dentistry builds on evidence to support the benefits of sugar-free gum in oral care   New Delhi 25, May 2017