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This single jab may help prevent 70% of cervical cancers

 A new study has revealed that a sing jab of the bivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine may help in warding off HPV-16/18 infections, which cause about 70 percent of cervical cancers.

Coming soon: A vaccine for coeliac disease!

The potential jab for digestive disorder has shown promising results in the 1st phase of human trials.

New contraceptive jab for men gets thumbs up

Women may soon be liberated from the burden of family planning, thanks to a contraceptive jab for men.

A jab to reduce weight in 6 months!

A diet drug that helps women drop two dress sizes in six months could be available in just three years.

One-time jab to protect against all flu strains

A flu jab, to be given just once in a lifetime, can fight off all strains of flu, scientists say.

Swine flu jab may trigger rare nerve disease

Experts have indicated a possible link between the swine flu jab and an increased risk of developing a rare nerve disease.

Now, a jab to kill off cancers!

Scientists claim to have created a jab which can cure even the most deadly cancers.

IIT directors discuss JEE errors; JAB meeting next week

In the wake of various errors coming to light in the IIT-JEE question papers, the IIT directors today decided to evolve a strategy to ensure that the mistakes do not affect the evaluation of papers.

Seasonal flu jab linked to increased H1N1 risk

People vaccinated against seasonal
flu appeared to have been at increased risk of the H1N1
pandemic flu that killed thousands worldwide in 2009,
Canadian researchers have said.

Jab that can cure phobias may soon be a reality

Researchers at the University of Hiroshima in Japan have found a way to switch off a ‘fear centre’ in the brain, a finding that could make cure for phobias a reality.

UK scientists develop anti-snoring jab

British scientists have developed an anti-snoring jab that they claim can cure noisy snoozing in just two minutes.

Now, single jab that could prevent blindness

Researchers at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland have developed a new method to inject drug into the blood by weakening the otherwise impermeable blood-retina barrier.

‘Cervical cancer jab as deadly as the disease’

A leading expert who helped develop the cervical cancer vaccine has claimed that the jab may be more deadly than the disease.