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KwaZulu –Natal Government supports TaraKLamp

The controversial Tara KLamp is getting the support of KwaZulu-Natal government for circumcising young males in the province.

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HIV/AIDS program of Indonesia getting thwarted for lack of foreign funds

Indonesia’s fight against HIV/AIDS is in a precarious state as most of the civil organizations that work for preventing the disease bank on foreign funding as per the report that came out on Wednesday.

According to the executive summary report of Indonesia’s United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on HIV/AIDS, as much as twenty nine decimal seven million dollars have been donated by the international community for the funding of treatment of HIV/AIDS of the nation.

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New vaccine might help in the total eradication of Polio

People might witness the total eradication of polio from the face of earth curtsey a new vaccine as stated by researchers in their writing of the journal The Lancet.

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Tara KLamp gets backing of the KwaZulu-Natal government

The contentious Tara KLamp is getting the support of KwaZulu-Natal government for circumcising young males in the province.

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Compilation made by the governmental system of communication and information

To bring down the rate of HIV infections more than two hundred young men from the University of Zululand will be circumcised in a camp that will be organized by the tertiary institution along with KwaZulu-Natal Health Department.

The men aged between eighteen to twenty nine years would be circumcised by a group of doctors and nurses in which volunteers of the Medi Clinic would be present.

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White smokers are more susceptible to breast cancers earlier than non smokers

A study was released in the National Breast Cancer Awareness month or the Pink month which showed that smoking may aggravate the chances of getting breast cancer in white people.

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Patients might beat cancer taking Aspirin

Patients might beat cancer taking Aspirin

According to a new study, Aspirin one of the most pedestrian and ever present drug can reduce the risk of dying from prostrate cancer if the disease is localized which means it has not spread beyond the glands.

Researchers studied records of more than five thousand man suffering from prostrate cancer out of which two thousand patients were having aspirin or any other kind of blood thinner or anticoagulant and they found out that people taking blood thinner have more than fifty percent less chance of dying from cancer.

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StemCyte will go into strategic partnership with Right Health Care

StemCyte will go into strategic partnership with Right Health Care

StemCyte, Inc the California-based firm proudly announced its decision to go for a new strategic partnership with Sharp HealthCare, where California's largest birthing hospital, Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns will be included.

Sharp Mary Birch alone witnesses more than eight thousand four hundred births in a year where a total of sixteen thousand births occur in the network.

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Human heart gets affected by Marathon race but gets retaliated physically by human being

Human heart gets affected by Marathon race but gets retaliated physically by hum

A human heart might get damaged from running a marathon as many section of the heart’s pumping chamber can’t function at par while the race is on. This fact was given by a study.

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