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Surgery on Indian-origin woman revealed a 'tumour' in her brain was an unborn twin

Apr 24, 2015

Surgery on Indian-origin woman revealed a 'tumour' in her brain was an unborn twin

An Indian computer science PhD student from Hyderabad underwent brain surgery to find what she jokingly called her "evil twin sister". #Life #Health #WeirdNews #tumour #Brain surgery #indian Woman #unborn twin #teratoma
Tekmira Ebola drug succeeds in small monkey study| Reuters

Apr 23, 2015

Tekmira Ebola drug succeeds in small monkey study| Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An experimental Ebola drug from Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corp cured all three monkeys intentionally infected with the virus, scientists reported on Wednesday, the first such success against the strain of Ebola in West Africa's 2014-2015 outbreak. Although other experimental treatments appeared to help Ebola patients last year, especially in the United States, those one-time uses cannot prove efficacy against the "Makona" strain, since patients' recovery might be due to other causes #Business #Sports #Middle East #Health #markets #Africa #United Kingdom #opinion #lifestyle
Exclusive: Altimetrik bets big on Indias digital wave; eyes acquisitions in IoT, mobile space

Apr 22, 2015

Exclusive: Altimetrik bets big on Indias digital wave; eyes acquisitions in IoT, mobile space

In an exclusive chat with Firstpost, Altimetriks Chief Technology Officer Madhavan Satagopan talks about the companys focus, its investments, and opportunities in the Indian market. #Interview #Financial inclusion #mobile #Digital India #Jan Dhan Yojna #CTO #MDM #IoT #Altimetrik #digital health #Vattikuti Ventures
Officers kill knife-wielding man near St Louis, police say| Reuters

Apr 19, 2015

Officers kill knife-wielding man near St Louis, police say| Reuters

(Reuters) - A 23-year-old African-American man who barricaded himself in his mother's house in a St. Louis suburb was shot and killed by police when he rushed at them with a knife in one hand and a Bible in the other, authorities said on Saturday. The St. #Business #United States #Technology #Health #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Entertainment #House #author #opinion #city
Bon Jovi to open a one-stop facility in New Jersey for food stamps, health care and job training

Apr 17, 2015

Bon Jovi to open a one-stop facility in New Jersey for food stamps, health care and job training

Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will open a one-stop facility in New Jersey that will help people get food stamps, health care, meals for at-risk children and senior citizens, as well as offering culinary-related job training. #World #New Jersey #Health care #Bon Jovi #food stamps #post Hurricane Sandy

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How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

Dec 19, 2014

How seats bought in private medical colleges make healthcare expensive in India

It can be argued that not all seats in private medical colleges are sold from quotas allowed by the authorities but when they start their practice, they set a benchmark in fees and ways for their peers who won their seats on pure merit. #ConnectTheDots #Health #Education #Healthcare #Medical Council of India #MBBS #Private medical college
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