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Restoring Sight With Contact Lenses In Patients With Irregular Cornea

Ansal University hosted a seminar on restoring sight with contact lenses in patients with Irregular Cornea.

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Effect Of Plasmacluster Ion Technology Removes PAHs

The effect of Plasmacluster ion technology to remove PAHs, the toxic air pollutants that are contained in the Indian atmosphere, was confirmed.

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New Molecules Precisely Target Mutant Disease Gene

These molecules may prevent only some of a crucial gene's activities without affecting others.

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Lenovo™ Gives Hope To Indians Suffering From Mild To Moderate Pain Through Virtual Reality

New Lenovo global survey confirms 61 per cent of Indians believe technology can help address and solve big global problems, including in the health care field.

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Syngene To Appoint Sibaji Biswas as CFO

Succeeding M.B. Chinappa, Sibaji Biswas will be appointed as Chief Financial Officer and member of the Executive Committee with effect from December 18, 2019.

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VR/AR use cases in Pharmaceutical Sector

VR/AR technology empowers the logistics of medicines ease by providing the right information to the professional at the right time and location.

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Abbott Announces Discovery of New Strain of HIV, Keeping Global Health Community a Step Ahead of the Virus

Discovery marks the first time a new subtype of HIV-1 has been identified since 2000.

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OncoStem Diagnostics Successfully Completes Validation Study in European Cohort

OncoStem’s CanAssist Breast was validated on 290 patient samples.

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Curing Breast Cancer with Early Detection and Technology Advancement

Early diagnosis is one of the most effective ways to overcome this fatal disease. Providing the same solution, Niramai is developing a new way of detecting early-stage breast abnormalities. Incorporated in July 2016, Niramai Health Analytix went operational on 2 January 2017.

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A New Route to Blocking Children’s Bone Cancer

A study in mice showed that reducing a particular hormone signal keeps cancer from growing and spreading.

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