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AP The couple have a two-year-old son Stefan.they are more likely to have a higher success rate in killing off the cancer cells in patients found to host this molecule. Scientists will now repeat the study on a larger group of breast cancer patients If confirmedit is hoped their findings could be used in clinical practice within the next 2 years Professor Steve HeysCancer Research Programme Leader at the University of Aberdeen said: Over 45 thousand women are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK each year The groundbreaking research being conducted into understanding the disease to personalise treatmentsalong with early diagnosisis leading to increased survival rates Our discovery opens up the possibility for much more targeted and tailor-made treatment of breast cancer patients in the future by giving us the potential to predict if a patient needs chemotherapyand understanding which type of drug treatment they will best respond to For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Washington | Published: November 15 2016 11:12 pm The women’s beauty magazine compares the young model to ‘shapelier supermodels’ from the 1990s to justify she has all that is required of a successful person (Source: AP file phto) Top News Victoria’s Secret’ angel Gigi Hadid once again debuts her flawless body in a bold photo shoot for the December issue of Allure magazine The 21-year-old supermodel not only gives herself the freedom of posing completely nude on the back of a black horse but she also allows readers the opportunity to see a bit into her private life “She beams She mounts him [the horse] and guides him easily At one point lying naked on his glossy bare back Hadid looks as comfortable and happy as if she were lying in her own bed” read the magazine article Hadid told Allure “I always want to prove myself and to let people know I’m a good person A lot of people don’t realise they’re typing this stuff and that’s a lot of negative energy — regardless of whether we see it or not” “People just don’t realise the power of their judgement” she expressed Part of her struggle with the public has been the ongoing idea that she became a successful model because she has famous parents Yolanda Hadid and Mohammed Hadid and not because of her talent However the women’s beauty magazine compares the young model to ‘shapelier supermodels’ from the 1990s to justify she has all that is required of a successful person “Hadid is 5’10” and in person has the build of a hot praying mantis” it wrote “But in the fun house mirror of high fashion she has been deemed “curvy” and with her full cheeks and honey-coloured skin the happy result of her Dutch/Palestinian heritage she hearkens back to the shapelier supermodels of the ’90s — the Naomis and Cindys and Christys” it added Asked how it is to have former One Direction singer Zayn Malik crooning to her with his shirt off (as he frequently appears on Instagram) she answered “Yeah that’s not hard to look at” and that it was something she would “never complain” about For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Updated: June 26 2017 6:39 am Officials from the General Administration Department (GAD) said civic chief Ajoy Mehta issued a circular on June 13 about e-office a system to process files electronically Top News Three years after the civic body decided to process files electronically the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has now asked all the heads of departments to send proposals regarding departmental work to the municipal secretary’s office only through e-office The new process was implemented on June 15 Officials from the General Administration Department (GAD) said civic chief Ajoy Mehta issued a circular on June 13 about e-office a system to process files electronically “All the heads of department should submit the draft letters to the municipal secretary’s office through e-office only Also approvals from the deputy municipal commissioner additional municipal commissioner and municipal commissioner for submitting the draft letters should be sought using e-office” said the circular The circular further says hard copies of the proposals should not be submitted henceforth “We have decided to activate the e-office system for submitting proposals to the municipal secretary’s office Gradually all the files will be processed through the e-office system only Currently all building proposals files are being processed electronically It has improved the efficiency in the administration” said Mehta A senior official said the civic body had decided to use the e-office system in 2014 after learning lessons from the Mantralaya fire in 2012 in which many important files were lost “That time the e-office system was started only for heads of department but they do not generate the files More than 10000 civic employees are involved in generating the files Now at least for sending the files to the municipal secretary’s office we have asked all the departments to send it through e-office” explained the official In the last few years the civic body has generated the user IDs passwords and digital signatures and given training to nodal officers from each department for implementation of the e-office system added the official “In a phase-wise manner we will move to the e-office system It will not only increase the efficiency in handling files but will also bring in transparency in functioning” said the official However though the system was supposed to start from June 15 technical issues cropped up and the system would start soon said another official For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: June 30 2014 12:02 am Related News By: Anita Jain S Nundy and Kamran Abbasi Healthcare is a high-risk sector for corruption Best estimates are that between 10 per cent and 25 per cent of global spend on public procurement of health is lost through corruption This is big bucks Total global spend on healthcare is more than $7 trillion each year Corruption takes many forms depending on the country’s level of development and health financing system The US for example lost between $82 billion and $272bn in 2011 to medical embezzlement mostly related to its health insurance system No country is exempt from corruption Patients everywhere are harmed when money is diverted to doctors’ pockets and away from priority services Yet this complex challenge is one that medical professionals have failed to deal with Transparency International (TI) a watchdog on these matters defines corruption as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain which in healthcare encompasses bribery of regulators and medical professionals manipulation of information on drug trials diversion of medicines and supplies corruption in procurement and overbilling of insurance companies This is no dirty little secret It is one of the biggest open sores in medicine India with rampant corruption at all levels is prominent in this international field with a survey by TI in 2013 finding the practice of paying bribes for services in India to be double that found globally Resistance is often not an option for those working within corrupt systems David Berger’s experience of the Indian health system highlights how corrupt practices can steadily erode the trust and respect with which doctors were previously regarded As in China attacks on doctors may become a more common consequence of perceived corruption in the medical system When devising effective solutions it is important to identify the possible drivers of corruption India has a lack of external accountability and oversight of both public and private health sectors Most doctors work in the underfunded and inefficient public sector because it is a secure job with time-bound promotions and little supervision However those in much better paid private-sector jobs are incentivised to generate business for their employers by over-investigation and over-treatment of patients who are at their mercy both medically and financially Private medicine has flourished in India because of a weak regulatory climate with no standards to monitor quality or ethics Using a theoretical framework [Taryn] Vian suggests that three factors are at play here: opportunity to engage in corrupt practices by dint of being in a position of power in a system with inadequate oversight; financial peer or personal pressures felt by officials; and a culture that rationalises and accepts corruption It is therefore a difficult task to weed out corruption from the health system and it requires action at all levels Indeed how is it possible to practise medicine free of corruption in an overwhelmingly corrupt society Good governance transparency and zero tolerance must form the basis of any anti-corruption strategy Changes must be implemented in society at large for reform to be sustained Better governance requires rigorous legislation and functioning administrative mechanisms to provide fiscal oversight Ethical standards of conduct must be explicitly established and staff held accountable for their performance Punitive measures should be available to serve as a deterrent Honest behaviour must be rewarded These policies may be ineffective however unless healthcare professionals are assured of a decent salary and fair opportunities for professional growth A simple yet powerful model for change is presented by the “transparency wall” that appeared in villages under the MGNREGA Through information-sharing communities were empowered to monitor disbursement of funds under the scheme and prevent malpractice Similarly the Right to Information Act provides a powerful tool to bolster the involvement of citizens in government functioning and to hold public officials accountable It will be challenging for patients and doctors to take on a system mired in corruption Simple and effective channels for complaints must be established and appropriate legal support and protection provided to whistleblowers Looking deeper underlying issues such as education and social justice must not be forgotten if the battle against corruption is to be sustained and eventually won Answers may also lie outside the world of medicine People for Better Treatment — an organisation set up by an expatriate Indian doctor whose wife died after a medical mishap — is campaigning to hold the medical profession accountable by including people from outside medicine on regulatory bodies Success in tackling corruption in healthcare is possible even if it is initially limited as anti-corruption bodies in the UK and US have shown It is time to reflect and hold ourselves and our peers accountable Professional standards of conduct must be instilled early through ethics training in the undergraduate medical curriculum These ethical standards must be upheld throughout medical careers to influence colleagues and the broader community We plan to launch a campaign against corruption in medicine which will begin with a focus on India We know that India is not alone but if we can defeat corruption in India we believe it is possible to tackle it for the benefit of millions of people in other countries with similar health ecosystems We urge an international fightback against kickbacks Join us (Jain is India editor and Abbasi is international editor ‘British Medical Journal’ London The article has been excerpted from ‘BMJ 2014;348:g4184’) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThis is a major finding which could ultimately increase the survival rates from breast cancer by allowing identification of the type of chemotherapy which is likely to be most effective in individual patients. The French duo of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter became hugely popular in the late ?the robots? There have been arguments that the album is too mellowtoo dull and barely Daft Punk at allbut that might well be where its genius lies Its not straight up dance musicbut with the electronic dance music (EDM) onslaught the world has seen since the duos last releasethat cant entirely be a negative Listeners would also do well to remember that Daft Punk never was the kind of EDM thats most popular now Seven of the 13 tracks on the album feature vocals by guest artistesranging from American rapper/singer Pharrell Williams and Italian dance music legend Giorgio Moroder to Julian Casablancasfrontman of American rock band The Strokesand Academy Award-winning singer-songwriter Paul Williams Consequentlythere are more than a few elements of the 70s disco tunesa track or two that are rather electropop of an enjoyable variety and a whole lot of guitar and drums A good mixall in all For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App @aliaa08 is just stunningly gifted! who has worked with Tamil superstar Vijay for the third time in forthcoming Tamil actioner “Theri”, When Prime Minister Narendra Modi was visiting NIBM early last year, 1961 U. 2016 3:43 pm Caroline Wozniacki next meets Angelique Kerber.

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