Prediction is better than cure: prognostication assists in the better clinical management of breast cancer

Jasleen, a young mother of two, had a lump in her breast when she first noticed something wasn’t quite right. Her body suffered as a result of the several therapies she underwent throughout her treatment. Despite the difficulties, Jasleen was committed to fighting the illness, and she had a team of medical experts by her side who gave her the best care. Jasleen finally entered remission following several months of treatment, emerging stronger and more resilient than before. She is an inspiration to anyone experiencing comparable difficulties because of the lessons learned through her journey about the value of early detection, resiliency, and hope.

The COVAXIN Efficacy story

In this #TWiS post, I describe in details the recent efficacy story of the Bharat Biotech and Indian Council of Medical Research – National Institute of Virology COVAXIN based on their recent The Lancet Infectious Diseases paper. This blog summarises the findings of phase 1, 2 trials and the interim analysis of phase 3 trial. Proud to have received the two doses of CAVIXN at AIIMS, New Delhi.
More power to indigenous vaccines working towards Atmanirbhar Bharat.

स्तन कैंसर: भारतीय परिपेक्ष्य में प्रबंधन एवं निदान

क्या आपने कभी कैंसर ट्रेन का नाम सुना है? अजीब है ना? भटिंडा, पंजाब से राजस्थान के बीकानेर शहर के बीच चलने वाली एक दैनिक रेलगाड़ी अपने 12 डिब्बों में 60 प्रतिशत से ज्यादा कैंसर पीड़ितों और उनके तीमारदारों को लेकर चलती है। मोहिंदर सिंह भी अपनी धर्मपत्नी बलबीर कौर Read more…