The Telegraph
| Monday, October 24, 2016 |


Cancer chase

There is no viable treatment for pancreatic cancer but two Indian researchers are pursuing possible remedies. T.V. Jayan reports

Their similarities are rather striking. Priyabrata Mukherjee and Yangzom Bhutia - both India-born scientists in the US - share a dream; slaying a tumour monster. They want to target pancreatic cancer, whose diagnosis is often branded a death... | Read»

To shut out ads, open Windows Defender

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

q+a I use Windows 10 on my HP laptop. However, lately Chrome, and even other browsers, have been been playing up. Web pages have tonnes of Onclickads and there are many popup advertisements from strange sources that never existed on the same pages... | Read»

Why your knee hurts

Pain in the joints usually means that the person has arthritis. Earlier, such a person was forced to contemplate a lifetime of disability. Now, physicians know that all arthritis is not the same. Some are self limiting, and with appropriate... | Read»