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Doctor at Tata Memorial Hospital kills herself: Police

According to forensic experts, the final cause of death has been reserved, but preliminary autopsy suggests she suffered respiratory paralysis due to overdose of an anaesthetic drug called procaine.

350 oncologists to discuss non-cancer medicines in cancer treatment at Mumbai’s Tata Memorial Hospital

Three clinical trials are now underway at the hospital for checking effects of such drugs.

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Tata Memorial to study effects of Aspirin in cancer therapy

Tying up with 18 other cancer research hospitals in India under the National Cancer Grid, the Parel-based hospital, working in tandem with United Kingdom-based cancer hospitals, has approached the ethics committee for approval to hold the clinical trials.

TMH starts special school for children with cancer

A total of 100 children, aged under-15 and mostly from outside the city, have now started attending classes during their visit to the hospital for check-ups or chemotherapy.

Now an online portal to help in cancer treatment

Supported by Tata Memorial Centre, Navya Network provides users three simple steps to upload all medical reports and put across queries.

Tigress ‘Becky’ has skin cancer: Tata Memorial hospital

Rebecca had undergone an operation to remove a large tumour near her left eye just two weeks ago.

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Free food, medicines... trust-run shop lends a healing touch to cancer patients

Launched by a hotelier in Nagpada 30 years ago, the initiative has since attracted many donors .

Over 18 per cent women in India, mostly from rural areas, consume smokeless tobacco: Report

Smokeless tobacco mainly comprises substances such as areca nut, beetle nut, zarda, khaini, and paan masala.

Duo arrested for ‘stealing and selling’ medicines

The police have recovered various medicines worth Rs 2.41 lakh from the accused.

27-yr-old mother of two is new face of anti-tobacco campaign

Anti-tobacco activists and medical experts feel that getting her to sign up for the campaign was only half the battle.

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