Women can retrieve their life after breast cancer

One expert has come with offers for suffering breast cancer patients for retrieving their lives and maintaining good health as the month of October is being observed as the Breast Cancer Awareness month.

The director of bio behavioral sciences and co-director of the survivorship program that is happening at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Karen Syrjala, elucidated upon both the long lasting physical as well as emotional concerns cropped up from the battle with cancer.

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HIV taking its tolls on the aging Americans

HIV patients are getting longer lives for better treatments but older people affected with the virus are facing troubles that are posing a challenge to the health care department as per a released report.

A study was conducted in New York, on thousand old men and women, aged fifty or more, affected with the virus. It showed that older people affected with the virus showed signs of depression compared to people of their age group who are not affected with the HIV virus.

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Bill will be lenient with rules regarding paroles

Yesterday, Mapisa-Nqakula stated that the Correctional Matters Amendment Bill has been approved for putting it on the table in the Parliament.

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Foreign currency bond sales won’t happen this year as the plan got dismissed by South African Treasury

The South African Treasury has dismissed the plans of issuing foreign currency bonds in this financial year. On top of that the South African government has reduced its estimates for financial year 2011-12 by fifty percent as the budget deficit has reduced. The government is also seeking depreciation of its currency, rand.

In the medium-term budget that was released in Cape Town today, the National treasury stated that South African government won’t raise money overseas in this year.

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