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What Is New In 5th Edition WHO-FGT

The WHO classification of tumours are a system specific fascicles, also commonly known as WHO blue books. The fifth edition of WHO blue books are revised & updated edition, under the leadership of Dr. Ian Cree. The aim is to provide a classification and a set of international standards which underpin the diagnosis of tumour worldwide. The new classification emphasized on key molecular events that resulted in the discovery of new ... Read More

Emotional Intelligence in Healthcare : A Felt Need

Emotional intelligence (E.I) has been quoted as an attribute which can improve the quality of work, increase productivity and help in personal and organizational success. Interest in EI arose from Goleman’s ‘Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ’, which convened that success depended more on the ability to understand and control emotions than on IQ. One of the most appropriate definitions of E.I. is “a set of abilities (verbal and non-verbal) that enabl... Read More

Treatment of Liver Cancer: Symptoms, Types, and Diagnosis

Few things in life are as frightening as being diagnosed with liver cancer. It is a deadly disease that often comes with few warning signs or symptoms, which can make it more shocking when you learn that you have it.  While some people are lucky enough to catch it early and receive treatment that can prolong their life, for others, it is a death sentence. Just the thought of it is enough to send a chill down your spine. However, not all people are educated abou... Read More

A Natural And Healthy Dietary Pattern to Reduce The Risk of Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is one of the most deadly diseases, with a survival rate of less than 20%. However, several factors can increase your risk of developing the disease, including smoking, lifestyle changes, diet, and exposure to certain chemicals and pollutants.  Along with lung cancer treatment, there are also several natura... Read More

Lung Cancer Causes & Factors That Put You at Risk

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world and its incidence is on the rise. Every year, more and more people are diagnosed with the disease and the death toll continues to climb.  There is no single cause of lung cancer. The disease develops over time as a result of a complex interaction of genetic and environmental factors. However, smoking, exposure to radiation and other carcinogens, and a family history of the disease are the risk factors f... Read More

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