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Cooking gas as a cause of cancer lung

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1.One of my close relative a lady of 60+ years developed cancer lung with no smoking history during 2008.Her husband is also not a smoker.I have analyzed the cause of the same and found out that the…Continue

 

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"In the particular patient the possibility of both repeated boiling of oil is rare because this type of practice is common in eateries and not in houses in Tamil nadu. She was using Cooking gas for more than twenty  years "
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"It is interesting ,The cancer of 60+ old woman is may not be by cooking gas but mostly carcinogenic Nano poly aromatics,and nano particulate matter generated in indian kitchen which is due to repeated heating of oils or burning of various types…"
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Cooking gas as a cause of cancer lung

1.One of my close relative a lady of 60+ years developed cancer lung with no smoking history during 2008.Her husband is also not a smoker.I have analyzed the cause of the same and found out that the kitchen where she was cooking was very small and the air circulation was insignificant and not adequate. So, inhaling the residues of the cooking gas is a possibility as a "nano toxicity". I have put my idea in my book on "Nanotechnology" published by MJP Publishers, Chennai, India-2008. Later there…See More
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Nanomedicine and Homeomedicine

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Homeopathic Medicine is ancient Nanomedicine

 

 

 

                        The Homeopathic Medicine (HM) which is now practiced is based on the concept that similar thing has got similar effect related to the development of disease and cure for the same disease. So, a material which is supposed to be the cause for disease development if given in smallest quantity can cure the disease. This is similar to the concept in Nanomedicine.So, Homeopathic Medicine…

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Siddha Medicine and Nanotechnology

Posted on June 2, 2011 at 7:49pm 2 Comments

SIDDHA MEDICINE AS A FORM OF NANOMEDICINE

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                        The ancient system of medicine practiced in Tamil Nadu is called as Siddha system of Medicine. The system deals the diseases in various methods namely using drugs derived from plants, animals and birds, metals and nonmetals and physical methods including varma and external application of oils . There is also description of prevention of diseases using proper food, environmental…

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At 5:50am on November 24, 2011,
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yes sir I am aware of that... thank you for joining. I would like to know more about your research work.my email id is subhathirai26@gmail.com...kindly give me your valuable suggestions and ideas. I m currently working on pagigara parpam .

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Dear Shanmugam Sankarakumaru  thank you for your book-information. I think that is a good enterprise workinf to develop new ideas supporting the change from industrial economy to the future knowledge economy tha is a creative endeavour. Paolo Manzelli pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com
 
 
 

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