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New insight into a key protein could lead to novel treatments...

A team of scientists from Japan conducted a detailed study, the results of which were published in Allergy, focusing on PU.1, a transcription factor known to regulate gene expression in various types of immune cells

Food borne diseases cost India a whopping $15 billion each year,...

Pointing towards alarming statistics, Dr Harsh Vardhan said, “‘Eat Right India’ and ‘Fit India’ Movement will prove to be game-changers in the health sector of the country..................

Autoimmune Diseases: When Your Defense System Revolts

What happens when the human body's own defense mechanism turns rogue? Why does it happen and what could be the possible solution? Dr Arti Dumbrepatil takes us through the basics again.....................

Medica associates with Tom Cherian’s SALi to create ‘Centre for Liver...

Medica and South Asian Liver Institute (SALi) jointly aim to bring liver disease treatment and liver transplantation in the eastern region on par with the best in the world. They jointly hope to bring high quality in ethics, training, quality of medical knowledge,...............

Ansal University partners Medanta to address recent trends in cardiovascular technology

The conference served as a unique platform for cardiac technologists and novice researchers from various institutions to share and exchange new clinical studies and advancements dealing with cardiac diseases....................

“Patient centricity and profits are not mutually exclusive”

Mentioned Dr Vikram A Munshi, founder of WhiteSpace Consulting in an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice where he shared his views on the various aspects of healthcare business including policy, latest trends, and future expectations................

Role of biologics as advanced treatment option for Psoriatic Arthritis

Overall, studies indicate that biologics remains an effective and safer treatment for longer treatment periods, writes Dr Chandrashekara. S, Professor and Managing Director, ChanRe Rheumatology and Immunology Center and Research, Bengaluru..............

World’s first-in-human telerobotic coronary intervention performed in Ahmedabad

Dr Tejas Patel used CorPath technology of Corindus Vascular Robotics, to conduct the first-in-human (FIH) telerobotic coronary intervention. This is the world’s First Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) conducted from a remote location outside of the catherization lab...………...

More than 120 diseases are directly associated with defective mitochondria

Three-days Mitoconf-2018 at the Lucknow based Central Drug Research Institute concluded with new insight and new avenues for mitochondrial research and medicine.................

Drug resistant infections associated with higher in hospital mortality rate in...

Researchers analyzed antimicrobial susceptibility testing results and mortality outcomes for over 4,000 patients who visited one of ten tertiary or quaternary referral hospitals across India in 2015...………..