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Nutrition program launched to support pediatric patients with cancer

Nutrition program launched to support pediatric patients with cancer

09:21 | 30/04/2021

The program will provide 2,700 cans of nutrient milk along with weekly Funny Class for pediatric cancer patients and monthly health education sessions for parents and caregivers at Vietnam National Children’s Hospital (VNCH) to improve the nutritional care for these patients.

Yearly Horoscope 2021: Astrological Prediction for Cancer

Yearly Horoscope 2021: Astrological Prediction for Cancer

08:01 | 12/12/2020

Yearly Horoscope 2021 for Cancer: The year 2021 will not begin on a very good note. You may face several challenges which may be quite tough and difficult to deal with. The transit of Saturn in Capricorn and its hash aspect upon your sign will be difficult to sail through. However, things will get better with the passage of time. You are likely to get moderate to high success on various fronts of life as per the findings from Cancer horoscope 2021 predictions.

VCF launches program to support children with cancer

VCF launches program to support children with cancer

06:37 | 02/06/2020

The VinaCapital Foundation (VCF) - a foreign non-governmental organization in Vietnam - announced on International Children’s Day (June 1) the launch of the 'Mr. Sun' program to provide funding for disadvantaged and underserved children with cancer.

Johnson& Johnson discontinues selling baby powder in the US

Johnson& Johnson discontinues selling baby powder in the US

09:29 | 20/05/2020

The well-known pharmaceutical Johnson & Jonhson has announced that it would cease selling its talcum-based baby powder in the US and Canada amidst rising lawsuits against the product’s safety from cancer patients. The move was claimed as “in large part to changes in consumer habits”.

US EPA reaffirms that glyphosate is not a carcinogen

US EPA reaffirms that glyphosate is not a carcinogen

16:13 | 31/01/2020

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said on Thursday (Jan 30) it finished a regulatory review that found glyphosate, a weed killer better known by its trade name Roundup, is not a carcinogen.

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