Researchers claim they have developed a 99% accurate blood test to detect 12 different types of cancer
Earlier this year GRAIL inc. announced that their researchers have developed a blood test to detect 12 different types of cancer in the early stages.
Cancer is an abnormal and uncontrollable growth of the body’s cells. Here’s a look at some of the cancers that Bollywood stars have recently beaten.
Globally, endometriosis affects an estimated 176 million women - many of whom believe that the excruciating pain they live with is normal period pain.
Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $4.69 bn damages in talc cancer case; firm says talc does not contain asbestos
The plaintiffs said using the talc for personal hygiene had caused ovarian cancer.
The new code could help breast cancer patients choose the right treatment and predict side effects.
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has asked five states to collect the samples of Johnson and Johnson baby powder and shampoo for testing.
For the second time, Johnson and Johnson has paid millions of dollars in damages to women with claims that the company was negligent in warning users that prolonged use of its baby powder could increase risk of ovarian cancer
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) was ordered by a US jury on Monday to pay $55 million to a woman who said that using the company’s talc-powder products for feminine hygiene caused her to develop ovarian cancer.
An Indian-origin researcher has developed a technique to create personalised vaccines to treat patients with ovarian cancer.
Researchers claim to have developed a new treatment for ovarian cancer that can increase the rate of tumour shrinkage and prolong the time until cancers recur.
A lot more awareness is needed in India about cancer, says the actor.
Actress Manisha Koirala returned to Mumbai Wednesday evening after spending over six months in New York for treatment of ovarian cancer. She has returned cancer-free, looking as "gorgeous" as ever.
Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala, undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer in New York, is unlikely to return home before six months, her manager said on Monday.
The success of this technology that we're about to report may just be the ray of light for those all who suffer at the hands of cancer, quite literally.
Ultrasound and blood test screening for ovarian cancer is not reliable and so if the disease runs in the family, women should operate it to lower their risk of developing tumours.