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Ananda Shankar Jayant : I want to be known not as a cancer survivor, but as a cancer conqueror

Ananda Shankar Jayant talks of what inspired and gaver her strength to deal with Breast Cancer, its treatment, its...

She Collapses In Agony Every Time She Runs A Race, But This Teen With MS Refuses To Stop

“My legs. Where’d they go? Please help me. Please help me find my legs.” Every time Kayla Montgomery crosses the...

Tears of a Clown

Christina Kim, long one of the LPGA Tour's most effervescent personalities, opens up about her battle with depression...

The son of a Jakob's Disease patient on battling a rare, fatal infection that's baffling doctors.

Murlidhar Ahire lies lifeless in the bedroom of his Vikhroli apartment while his younger son, Tushar tells us he was an...

“I had a kidney transplant”

Lalitha Nair, 49, talks about the pitfalls of suddenly falling victim to a life-threatening condition. Her experience...

For 13 years she was afraid of telling people she had Type 2 Diabetes

Today Juliana Lim from Singapore is a team leader in a Diabetes Support Group inspiring others to be open about their...

The “Spa” effect of chemotherapy

Minakshi Ray talks about her experience – the weird and the wonderful - while being treated for breast cancer....

Diabetes has kept me healthy

SR Madhu, 73, has had diabetes for 23 years, and has avoided the health hazards faced by his peers. He thanks the...

Its ok to cry and laugh, to take time out for yourself

This touching and poignant documentary – “Portraits of Care” –  looks at the lives of four amazing Caregivers...

Right-to-die advocate Brittany Maynard ends life

Brittany Maynard, the terminally ill cancer patient whose viral YouTube video reignited the debate on assisted-suicide...

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