Diagnostics

Scientists discover a new way to detect early colon cancer

New Delhi: Colon cancer is one of the most common types of cancer – both in India and worldwide. According…

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LifeCell Rolls Out Exclusive Cashback Offer for Stem Cell Banking Services

New Delhi, July 09 2021: In an effort to make the stem cell banking experience more rewarding and affordable to…

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LifeCell Launches a New Diagnostic Service to Address the Need for Safe & Successful Transplants in India

New Delhi: LifeCell, one of India’s leading diagnostic and healthcare solution providers, has ventured into a new diagnostic testing service…

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CSIR and Tata MD partners to augment COVID-19 testing

New Delhi: The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), and Tata Medical and Diagnostics Ltd (Tata MD), the new…

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LifeCell Scales Diagnostic Capabilities with the Launch of New COVID Testing Centres In Key Markets

Chennai, Tamil Nadu: India’s leading diagnostics and healthcare solutions provider, LifeCell has recently expanded its diagnostics footprints into key markets…

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LifeCell Expands Its Suite Of Diagnostic Offerings To Promote Better Newborn Health

New Delhi, 10th May 2021: With an aim to provide the best possible healthcare to every child born in India,…

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Sweat based non-invasive point of health diagnosis technology

New Delhi: Our body fluid such as sweat contains biologically relevant markers such as ions, heavy metals, metabolites, and proteins…

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ERCP: Procedure, Surgery & Complications – Explained by AMRI Hospitals’ Gastroenterologists

Kolkata, West Bengal : Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is a diagnostic procedure used to examine or treat diseases of the…

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Treatment for Rabies could soon be within reach

New Delhi (India Science Wire): Transmitted from animals to human, Rabies kills an estimated 20,000 Indians annually. In a development…

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A more accurate rapid diagnostic test to detect malaria

New Delhi : 409, 000. That is the number of people who died of malaria in 2019 as per the…

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