Early detection can prevent most cancers from turning deadly: report
Most cancers that kill Indians — oral cavity, breast, cervical — are preventable if detected at an early stage, said doctors who conducted the study on cancer-related deaths in India. The study was published in The Lancet on Wednesday. In 2010, 23% of cancer deaths among men were because of oral
Can technology help overcome Australia's healthcare challenges?
Australia, similar to other more mature markets in the Asia Pacific, is increasingly facing a number of healthcare challenges. Continued population growth, demands for increased access to high-quality healthcare, an aging population, shortage of clinicians, and increasing budgetary pressures in healthcare.......Read More