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Cancer patients infected with Coronavirus are three times more likely to die: Study
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Cancer patients infected with Coronavirus are three times more likely to die: Study

However, it is also important that patients receive their treatments on time and visit their doctors regularly.

Medication, lifestyle changes as effective as stents and bypass surgery in reducing risk of heart attack, finds study
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Medication, lifestyle changes as effective as stents and bypass surgery in reducing risk of heart attack, finds study

The results from a new study says that procedures such as bypass surgery and stenting are no better at reducing risk of heart attack in patients with ischemic heart disease than medication and lifestyle changes

New medical procedure promises to postpone menopause in women by up to 20 years
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New medical procedure promises to postpone menopause in women by up to 20 years

This procedure is available to women upto 40 years, can take upto 30 minutes and can cost £11,000.

Surgeons restore arm function in paralysed patients by transferring nerve systems
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Surgeons restore arm function in paralysed patients by transferring nerve systems

Two years later, most participants in the trial can reach out their arms, open and close their palms and manipulate objects.

Heart-sealing adhesive: Bioglue can now heal broken hearts without surgery or sutures
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Heart-sealing adhesive: Bioglue can now heal broken hearts without surgery or sutures

The non-toxic gel made from gelatin & water solidifies under UV light & seals heart injuries in under a minute.

Cockroach-inspired surgical bot slithers into pig's heart with no human guidance
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Cockroach-inspired surgical bot slithers into pig's heart with no human guidance

The device finds its target but takes seconds longer than a doctor to perform routine tasks.

Babies' spines corrected while still in the womb in rare and promising surgery
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Babies' spines corrected while still in the womb in rare and promising surgery

Children that underwent the pre-birth surgery had better brain and motor function long-term.

IAF vice-chief Air Marshal SB Deo accidentally shoots himself in thigh; condition declared stable by Delhi military hospital
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IAF vice-chief Air Marshal SB Deo accidentally shoots himself in thigh; condition declared stable by Delhi military hospital

Sources said that SB Deo was rushed to a military hospital in Delhi where he underwent a surgery. His condition is stable. However, there was no official comment on the incident from the IAF.

A toddler receives mother's kidney and part of her liver in pioneering transplant
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A toddler receives mother's kidney and part of her liver in pioneering transplant

The operation could be the first of its kind in the world, the hospital said in a statement.

Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola rally round Alex Ferguson as ex-Manchester United boss remains in ICU after surgery
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Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola rally round Alex Ferguson as ex-Manchester United boss remains in ICU after surgery

Arsene Wenger and Pep Guardiola both took time out from landmark moments in their own football careers to support Alex Ferguson.

Doctors in Karnataka's Tumakuru conduct surgery to remove 99 stones from woman's gall bladder
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Doctors in Karnataka's Tumakuru conduct surgery to remove 99 stones from woman's gall bladder

A 45-year-old woman, who was suffering from severe stomach pain, had 99 stones removed from her gallbladder at a government district hospital in Karnataka.

Rotterdam Open: Stan Wawrinka happy to take slow and steady road to recovery
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Rotterdam Open: Stan Wawrinka happy to take slow and steady road to recovery

Stan Wawrinka on his road to recovery: "You always want to be better and better, but there is no need to rush. The most important thing for me is the next few years, not the next few weeks."

Novak Djokovic undergoes 'small medical intervention' for lingering right elbow injury
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Novak Djokovic undergoes 'small medical intervention' for lingering right elbow injury

Djokovic admitted that he had been deluged with conflicting medical advice but opted for the procedure after rest and recuperation failed to cure his elbow injury.

Paris Masters: Filip Krajinovic hails Novak Djokovic's support after bizarre wrist surgery as invaluable
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Paris Masters: Filip Krajinovic hails Novak Djokovic's support after bizarre wrist surgery as invaluable

"Djokovic was helping me right after the injuries... I was next to him all the time, and even now when I'm doing well he's next to me," Krajinovic said.

In rare surgery, doctors in Kolkata remove 600 iron nails from mentally unstable patient's stomach
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In rare surgery, doctors in Kolkata remove 600 iron nails from mentally unstable patient's stomach

In a rare surgery, doctors in state-run Calcutta Medical College and Hospital in Kolkata took out more than 600 iron nails from a mentally unstable person's stomach.

Maneka Gandhi to undergo gall bladder surgery in AIIMS Delhi: Hospital staff
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Maneka Gandhi to undergo gall bladder surgery in AIIMS Delhi: Hospital staff

Maneka Gandhi, who is being flown to AIIMS in New Delhi after she complained of stomach pain, will undergo a gall bladder surgery, said a hospital official

A robot successfully performs delicate eye surgery on six patients in a limited clinical trail
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A robot successfully performs delicate eye surgery on six patients in a limited clinical trail

In the trial, researchers from the University of Oxford in the UK performed the membrane removal surgery on 12 patients.

Researchers develop robotic drill that can perform surgeries in as little as 2.5 minutes
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Researchers develop robotic drill that can perform surgeries in as little as 2.5 minutes

The computer-driven automated drill can perform a type of complex cranial surgery 50 times faster, decreasing operating time from two hours to 2.5 minutes.

Petra Kvitova's recovery on track after knife attack but no date yet for tennis return
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Petra Kvitova's recovery on track after knife attack but no date yet for tennis return

Petra Kvitova has regained the use of her racquet hand badly injured three months ago in a knife attack but there is still no date for her return to tennis.