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18p cancer patients face workplace discrimination

18p cancer patients face workplace discrimination

Health Desk-- November 8, 2016: Nearly, 18 percent people diagnosed with cancer face discrimination in their workplace, said a new study conducted by

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‘Cancer will kill 5.5m women a year by 2030’

‘Cancer will kill 5.5m women a year by 2030’

Health Desk-- November 3, 2016: The deadly diseases cancer will kill about 5.5 million women per year by 2030, two

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Awareness can cut maternal, infant mortality

Awareness can cut maternal, infant mortality

Health Desk-- October 29, 2016: Women in Bangladesh commonly suffer from pregnancy related complications soon after their conception and also

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‘Provide subsidy for poor people to install sanitary toilets’

‘Provide subsidy for poor people to install sanitary toilets’

Health Desk-- October 28, 2016: Experts at a programme urged the government and non-government organisations to provide subsidy for poor

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Nearly 33,000 injecting drug users in Bangladesh

Nearly 33,000 injecting drug users in Bangladesh

Health Desk-- October 20, 2016: There are nearly 33,000 injecting drug users in Bangladesh who are exposed to various fatal

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‘Govt to bear all the medical expenses of conjoined twins’

‘Govt to bear all the medical expenses of conjoined twins’

Health Desk-- Oct 16, 2016: Health and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasimsaid that the government would bear all the treatment

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Integrate palliative care into existing healthcare systems

Integrate palliative care into existing healthcare systems

Health Desk-- October 9, 2016: The speakers underscored the urgency for countries to integrate palliative care into their existing healthcare

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Experimental therapy cures British man of HIV

Experimental therapy cures British man of HIV

Health Desk-- October 5, 2016: British scientists could be one step closer towards finding a permanent cure for HIV-AIDS, suggest

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