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Traveler brings Novel Coronavirus in US from Chinese city Wuhan

Traveler brings Novel Coronavirus in US from Chinese city Wuhan

Wuhan Coronavirus cases in US : The deadly Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV infection) has made its way to the US owing to the return of a traveler from China, as confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The first Novel Coronavirus case in US has been reported from Washington State after a patient […]

Lilly to build $470m pharma manufacturing plant in North Carolina

US pharma giant Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly) will build a new pharma manufacturing plant in North Carolina with an investment of more than $470 million for producing injectable products and delivery devices. The new Lilly pharma manufacturing facility will be built in Research Triangle Park, and will generate over 460 new jobs in Durham. […]

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Beauty benefits of used herbal tea bags for dark circles

Below mentioned are the reasons why you should not throw away the used herbal tea bags as they have many beauty benefits and many uses. Let us check how to make use of used herbal tea bags for your beauty woes. Herbal tea has immense health benefits in addition to beauty benefits. Herbal teas have […]

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Nano Pulse Stimulation, bioelectric stimulation can treat skin lesions

According to a new study published in the special issue of the journal Bioelectricity, most of the human diseases including skin lesions can be treated by applying bioelectrical impulses. The Nano-Pulse Stimulation (NPS) technique works by delivering nanosecond pulsed electric fields to cells and tissues. NPS specifically targets cells to generate nanometer wide pores and […]

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What is Cancer? Types of Cancer & Symptoms of Cancer

Cancer has become a common term nowadays as most of the people are being diagnosed with different types of cancer. Cancer means abnormal and unregulated proliferation of cells from a specific organ with the ability to create their own blood supply and break away from the origin and spread to other parts of the body. […]

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Coronavirus Symptoms in humans, Coronavirus treatment & prevention

Coronaviruses are a group of viruses which are commonly found among animals and cause mild to moderate respiratory problems in humans. These viruses are zoonotic, which can be transmitted to humans from animals in rare cases as per the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Coronavirus is a new virus that has killed more […]

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Jambul : Medicinal Uses and Health Benefits

Jambul has many medicinal uses and is very beneficial for the health of the people. It is commonly known as Jamun. Jambul for treating diabetes Jamun seeds are employed for treating the diabetes. Jamun fruit juice is also useful for treating the diabetes but the preparation from the seeds is more effective than from the […]

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Jambul fruits benefits, phytochemicals, uses & medicinal properties

Jambul, Syzygium cumini is an edible fruit that is grown in plains of India and many other countries. It is also known by other names like Malabar Plum, Java Plum or black plum. Useful Parts of Jambul Tree: The useful parts of the Jambul tree are fruits, leaves, seeds and bark. Uses of Jambul Seeds: […]

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TenNor Therapeutics gets FDA orphan drug status for TNP-2092 in prosthetic joint infections

TenNor Therapeutics has secured orphan drug designation from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its multitargeting drug conjugate TNP-2092 for the treatment of prosthetic joint infections. According to the Chinese biopharma company, biofilm infections associated with prosthetic joints, central venous catheters, artificial heart valves, and other medical devices has become a huge challenge. […]

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BioTheryX begins BTX-A51 phase 1 trial in AML and myelodysplastic syndrome

BTX-A51 phase 1 trial : US biotech company BioTheryX has initiated patient dosing in its first clinical program of its small molecule BTX-A51 in patients having relapsed/refractory acute myeloid leukemia (AML), and also in high-risk myelodysplastic syndrome patients. The phase 1 clinical trial of BTX-A51 will assess the safety, pharmacokinetics, and tolerability of the oral […]

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