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Phase 3 data on roxadustat show promise in treating anaemia in CKD patients

Roxadustat significantly increased the haemoglobin levels in patients suffering from anemia from chronic kidney disease, reveals data from the phase 3 studies.

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Women less proactive in managing diabetes: Study

Men outnumber women exponentially when it comes to selecting a diabetes care plan, finds a recent analysis conducted by Indias’ home healthcare service provider, Portea Medical.

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Incidence of type 2 diabetes higher 50-60 age group, finds Metropolis’ study

The incidence of poorly controlled diabetes or Type 2 diabetes was found to peek in the age group of 50-60 years, according to a newly released report by Metropolis Healthcare, Mumbai.

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Start-ups can play crucial in making cancer care affordable; Kerala health minister

Healthcare technology start-ups can play a vital role in developing indigenised affordable solutions to fight cancer, said K.K Shylaja, the health minister of Kerala addressing the conference session of the 3rd edition of CanQuer in Cochin, recently.

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Abbott researchers identify a new HIV-1 subtype

The global health care company, Abbott, has announced that they identified a new subtype of the human immunodeficiency virus, called HIV-1 Group M, subtype L.

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Antigen-based screening test for early detection of breast cancer on way

Breast cancer could be diagnosed up to five years before there are any clinical symptoms with the new blood test identifying tumour-associated antigens (TAAs), shows a recent study.

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Measles infection could cause wipe out body’s immune memory in unvaccinated

Measles infection may lead to depletion of certain specific B and T memory cells of the immune system, resetting the immunity, finds a recent Harvard research.

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