Protein Signature Discovery Gives Hope for More Effective Leukemia Treatment
June 13, 2017
Recent research has made a breakthrough in the treatment of leukemia. Leukemia is cancer that develops in the blood cells. The body produces abnormal and immature white blood cells, which affect the production of normal blood cells. Since white blood cells, also known as leukocytes, protect the body against infection, this anomaly in the cells weakens the immune system. The body is vulnerable to diseases and a person with leukemia is easily affected by even a slight cold.
TSPYL5 PROTEIN CAN HELP BETTER IDENTIFY PROSTATE CANCER PROGRESSION
June 09, 2017
Early detection is critical for success in the treatment of prostate cancer. Hence, reliable markers for the malignancy play a vital role in reducing the mortality rate among patients.
PROSTATE CANCER 2
June 03, 2017
Worldwide statistics show that incidence rate of Prostate Cancer varies across the globe. Men from the developed nations have a much higher occurrence rate than those from the developing nations. By the year 2030 the worldwide Prostate Cancer burden is expected to grow to 1.7 million new cases and 4,99,000 new deaths, because of the growth and aging of the global population.
Scientific Discovery Opens New Possibilities for Cancer and Fibrosis Treatment
May 30, 2017
As statistics on life-threatening diseases such as cancer rise, the need to find a cure is as pressing as ever. This discovery is likely to ease the tension and mark a step closer to progress for medical researchers and doctors everywhere. Researchers from the University of Turku Centre for Biotechnology have uncovered a relationship between a cellular fuel sensor and the regulation of cells and their contact with the surroundings.
There's No Stopping Her
May 29, 2017
Losing her eyesight to cancer didn’t stop 21-year-old Bhakti Ghatole from heading towards her goals. She recently graduated with a Bachelor’s degree and is on the path towards becoming an IAS officer.
How Your Food Habits Can Make You Prone to Cancer
May 25, 2017
While we’re aware that smoking can increase one’s risk of cancer, you’d be surprised to find that the food you consume also plays a role in the development of cancerous tissues.
May 06, 2017
Signs and Symptoms of Prostate Cancer.
Boxing Against Cancer
April 28, 2017
The inspiring story of Padmashri awardee Ngangom Dingko Singh, who had to fight bile duct cancer and emerged unscathed after receiving extended financial support from Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir.
April 18, 2017
An arduous journey of a cancer survivor to help others quit smoking.
Oral Ulcer & Oral Cancer
April 01, 2017
As per reports published in 2013, India has 26 per cent chewing tobacco users as against 14 per cent smokers. Preventing tobacco use can be the single biggest program for to reduction of non-communicable diseases. Obviously, prevention of cancer has to be major concern, prevention of other oral afflictions is as important, e.g. Aphthous Ulcer.
Mumbai’s young Samaritan
March 16, 2017
Meet Arav Hak, the 7th-grade teenager who has actively participated in raising over Rs. 9 lakh to help cancer patients in Mumbai
Cancer of Ovary
March 01, 2017
Presentation made by Dr. Ulhas Ganu
Spreading solace through service
February 14, 2017
Sheeba Ameer helps those with life threatening diseases through her organisation, Solace
Join The Pink Street Campaign
February 02, 2017
Zuvius Lifesciences initiates cancer awareness drive with the Pink Street Campaign
Xylitol in Xerostomia
February 01, 2017
Xylitol in Xerostomia
This Mr India is a cancer survivor!
January 14, 2017
Having survived spinal cord cancer at the tender age of 15, Anand Arnold still achieved his dream of being a renowned bodybuilder
The Important functions of Saliva
January 01, 2017
The Important functions of Saliva
Unsung heroes: Serving in small ways
December 23, 2016
Marishetty Kumar strives to bring cheer to cancer survivors who have undergone chemotherapy, with his natural-hair wigs
Dancing her way through cancer
December 16, 2016
Talented danseuse Shubada Varadkar did not let cancer affect her love for art
Cancer survivor to fitness coach
November 22, 2016
Avid marathoner who survived cancer goes on to scale Himalayas
A Ray of Hope
November 10, 2016
Children’s brain cancer survival rate improves radically
Rally For A Cause
October 26, 2016
Bikers in Bengaluru do a 200-km cancer awareness rally
New lease of life
October 19, 2016
How a stem cell donor saved the life of a blood-cancer afflicted businessman
10 on 10: Stories of Cancer Survivors
September 20, 2016
Author of Chicken Soup series pens uplifting book featuring 10 cancer survivors
Opening doors to high quality care
August 29, 2016
National Cancer Grid proposes standardised guidelines for cancer care.
Each breath could be lethal for them
August 17, 2016
Study finds that air pollution cuts short lifespan of lung cancer patients
The journalist who dated cancer
August 08, 2016
The story of a young, gutsy reporter who battled cancer bravely till her last breath
Young Mind, Great Dreams: The Story of a Little Chess Champ
July 21, 2016
India had its moment of pride at the recent World Children’s Winners Games held in Moscow for youngsters who have fought life-threatening diseases. Aadish Cheruku, an 11-year-old Hyderabadi boy, represented India in the chess category, one of 15 children to participate from across the globe. Aadish, a cancer survivor, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at the age of five.
According to Researchers, People with Red Hair have Increased Risks of being Diagnosed with Cancer
July 15, 2016
People with red hair in their gene pool have high risks of being diagnosed with Cancer.
According to UK Researchers, Drug used to Treat Addiction can also be used to Treat Cancer.
July 02, 2016
Researchers found that the drug – Naltrexone, which is used to treat addictions like alcohol and Heroin can also be used to treat Breast Cancer.
Cure Cancer within 2 hours states Researchers from University of Texas
June 29, 2016
A new discovery by the University of Texas brings another treatment for the ailing cancer patients.
Victoria Duval: An athlete who suffered the wrath of cancer
June 28, 2016
Victoria Duval also popularly known as Vicky Duval is an American Tennis player who once ranked 87 in the world of Singles in Tennis.
Riding with Hope:Harteij Bhartesh and the Ride of Hope
June 10, 2016
Meet Harteij Bhartesh, a man on a mission, who is touring across the country on his bike to spread awareness about Cancer. Why would a 26 year old keep aside the best time of his life to spread awareness about this dreaded disease?
A story of a fighter- Amol Gunjal
June 02, 2016
Amol Gunjal is fighting it out with cancer and each day is a challenge. Story of a brave heart who is not willing to give up and how his friends have stepped up to support him.
An Admirer of Life - Nitin Dhakne
May 30, 2016
“Cancer is just a mere something, which when fought with courage and support of your loved ones, one can beat it and come back as a brave fighter”, says Nitin Dhakne, survivor of Buccal Mucosa Cancer.
16-year-old Raghav Chandak fights cancer, scores 95.8 percent in ICSE
May 12, 2016
Story of school, exams and fighting Cancer. Raghav Chandak fights Cancer and proves to be hero.
Understanding Breast Cancer ……….3 (Dr. Ulhas Ganu)
May 02, 2016
Knowing more about the Signs & Symptoms of Breast Cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society has elaborated the signs and symptoms well enough for everybody to understand these well.
Understanding Breast Cancer ………. 2 (Dr. Ulhas Ganu)
May 02, 2016
Diagnosing breast cancer early is the key to optimum treatment and a better prognosis, i.e. outcome of therapy. To understand Breast Cancer, let us know something more about normal breast.
Understanding Breast Cancer ………. 1 [by Dr. Ulhas Ganu]
May 02, 2016
Breast Cancer is one of the most important cancers in women. To a small extent, breast cancer does occur in men also. We know that practically cells from any part of the body can become cancerous. Understanding signs and symptoms leads to early diagnosis and timely therapy.
Modifiable Factors for Prevention of Prostate Cancer …… 3
April 19, 2016
A risk factor is anything that affects ones chance of getting a disease, be it diabetes, cardiac problems or cancer. Different cancers have different risk factors. Risk factors are of two kinds: Genetic, related to family history which cannot be changed and Lifestyle related, like eating habits or smoking, which can be changed.
The Statistics of Prostate Cancer ……2
April 19, 2016
Worldwide statistics show that incidence rate of Prostate Cancer varies across the globe. Men from the developed nations have a much higher occurrence rate than those from the developing nations. By the year 2030 the worldwide Prostate Cancer burden is expected to grow to 1.7 million new cases and 4,99,000 new deaths, because of the growth and aging of the global population
STORY OF A BRAVE HEART AND A CANCER SURVIVOR: AN INTERVIEW WITH DEBAYAN SEN- PART 2
April 15, 2016
Quite often we come across people who dwell into our spirits and change how we see our lives. One such story of Debayan Sen, a true fighter and survivor, who talks about his life, his fight and his journey so far. Part 2 of an exclusive interview with Debayan Sen.
STORY OF A BRAVE HEART AND A CANCER SURVIVOR: AN INTERVIEW WITH DEBAYAN SEN
April 11, 2016
Quite often we come across people who dwell into our spirits and change how we see our lives. One such story of Debayan Sen, a true fighter and survivor, who talks about his life, his fight and his journey so far. Part 1 of an exclusive interview with Debayan Sen.
SEAN SWARNER: INTERVIEW WITH THE SURVIVOR, HERO AND ONE OF THE MOST INSPIRING HUMAN BEINGS.
April 04, 2016
In an exclusive interview with Zuvius, Sean Swarner speaks about his fight against cancer, his journey to the highest peaks in the world and most importantly how Hope is the most important factor for one to survive and succeed.
In conversation with a Cancer Brave Heart: Anita Gupta
March 23, 2016
Quite often we come across people who dwell into our spirits and change how we see our lives. One such story of Anita Gupta, a true fighter and survivor, who talks about her life and her fight against Cancer. She tells us how Cancer not just changed her life but also made everyone around her strong willed. A Brave heart story that can inspire a million others.
A Candid Tale of Colorectal Cancer
March 09, 2016
A swimming enthusiast, a hardcore cricketer by passion and an avid reader, Dr. Mukund Thakur is a renowned Laparoscopic Surgeon. He has completed his MBBS and MS from Government Medical College, Nagpur. He was the President of ASI Nagpur, 2010-2011 Chapter. We had a chance of talking to him about his laparoscopy, life experiences and interesting cases. Here's an expressive excerpt from his successful surgeries.
In conversation with Dr. Harish Kulkarni: The Odyssey of pioneering Cancer treatment in Central India
March 01, 2016
Turning down lucrative offers from big brands and foreign hospitals, he decided to pioneer cancer treatment in Central India. Inspired by his father and the pain of his mother, Dr. Harish Kulkarni chose the path of Oncology. He strongly believes in the noble acts of serving the mankind and giving back to the society. Let's have a read of his interesting odyssey with Oncology!
STORY OF A BRAVE HEART AND A CANCER SURVIVOR: AN INTERVIEW WITH VARSHAA JAIN PART-2
February 26, 2016
Quite often we come across people who dwell into our spirits and change how we see our lives. One such story of Varshaa Jain, a true fighter and survivor, who talks about her life, her fight and her journey so far. Part 2 of an exclusive interview with Varshaa Jain.
A Little Story of Hope
February 08, 2016
Some stories inspire us. Some stories narrate the meaning of life. Whereas some stories are so adorable that they can't stop making you smile. The article talks about one such story of compassion and optimism. How the universe functions and how people meet is beautifully indited!
STORY OF A BRAVE HEART AND A CANCER SURVIVOR: AN INTERVIEW WITH VARSHAA JAIN
February 01, 2016
Quite often we come across people who dwell into our spirits and change how we see our lives. One such story of Varshaa Jain, a true fighter and survivor, who talks about her life, her fight and her journey so far. Part 1 of an exclusive interview with Varshaa Jain.
Yuvraj Singh - The Biggest Test Match of His Life
January 29, 2016
Yuvraj Singh was at the peak of his career after being the World Cup hero when cancer brought him down. A glance at his journey, how he evolved and fought his way back to the team and life.
Too Young for Cancer, Too Strong to be Defeated: Prateek Speaks about how he faced Cancer and defeated it
January 14, 2016
He was just a teenager when Cancer tried pulling him down. Prateek fought back and defeated Cancer in six months. He tells us how Cancer not just changed his life but also made everyone around him strong willed. A Brave heart story that can inspire a million others.
Manisha Koirala – A Warrior & An Inspiration
January 05, 2016
Story of one of the leading ladies of the Indian Film Industry who won a million hearts with her acting powers and went on to beat cancer thereby inspiring a million more. A quick glance at what Manisha Koirala went through and her journey back to life.
Story of a Brave Heart and a Cancer Survivor: An Interview with Archna Kapoor
December 29, 2015
Team Zuvius spoke to the good spirited and ever positive Archna Kapoor to know more about her fight with Cancer. Her energy, positive approach and brave fight with cancer makes her the true hero for us. Read the excerpts from an interview with Archna Kapoor.
Story of a Brave Heart and a Cancer Survivor: An Interview with Aruna Khot
November 28, 2015
Team Zuvius spoke to the good spirited and ever positive Aruna Khot to know more about her fight with Cancer. Her energy, positive approach and brave fight with cancer makes her the true hero for us. Read the excerpts from an interview with Aruna Khot.
Saliva Flow Rate & Bacterial Load in Mouth
May 09, 2015
Flow Rat: Un-stimulated (resting) 0.3-0.4 ml/min (Abnormal <0.1ml/min) Simulated (chewing-taste-psychological) 1-2 ml/min
Symptoms Related to the Deficiency of Salivary Secretions
May 09, 2015
Reductions in the Quantity of salivary secretions or Quality- changes in the properties of saliva are responsible for a host of related oral and dental problems which impact directly upon the Quality of Life.
Saliva Circadian Rhythm
May 09, 2015
The word ‘circadian’ is derived from the Latin word circa, meaning "around" (or "approximately"), while ‘diēs’ stands for "day". The formal study of biological temporal rhythms, such as daily, weekly, seasonal, and annual rhythms, is called chronobiology.
Saliva - A Very Important Secretion
May 09, 2015
Saliva is an important secretion from the body, whose presence and the role in multiplicity of functions is rarely appreciated in normal circumstances but more felt so in absentia. Patients may present with a range of signs and symptoms, the severity of which depending upon the causative factors.