Its genetic engineering that can cure cancer without any recurrence possibility. It was claimed by renowned heart specialist Dr Dhaniram Baruah whose yearlong research on cancer treatment has been proved fruitful.
The killer cancer is no longer incurable. Addressing a press conference in the city on Thursday, renowned heart specialist and applied human genetic engineer Dr Dhaniram Baruah said only genetic engineering is there to help the doctors cure cancer.
She is Sugam Konwar from Rajasthan. This 48-year-old lady has been suffering from myeloid dysplastic syndrome for the last four years. Her son Mahinder Sekhawat said his mother was rushed to several prominent hospitals in Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. But only to be discharged. But she is gradually getting a recovering after being attended by Dr Baruah.
Mushraffuddin Ahmed from Dhubri has been suffering from bone cancer in his legs. He got his left leg dissected to get rid of this incurable disease. But recurrence came to upset him in his left leg. The nine-month treatment at the B Barooah Cancer Institute has failed to cure him. He had no option but to rush to Dr Dhaniram Baruah on 20th of November and after three days of treatment he is recovering gradually.
Several patents attended by Dr Baruah who participated in the press conference narrated their experiences before the reporters. Notably, if what Dr Baruah claims is proved to be true, it will be a great invention for several incurable diseases.
NAMRUP: In yet another initiative that brings the commoner more closer to them, Army have started motivating the youths in many area providing the unemployed lots with career counseling to shape their future. Mention may be made of the Joypur and Sapekhati based army camps who have been taking a slew of initiatives to further literacy, generate jobs among the unemployed lots.
After holding a pre-recruitment rally in October last year, the army have shortlisted 122 boys out of 600 participants who were given basic training at Army Camp in Joypur. Twenty seven have cleared physical and medical fitness. The Joypur based Army Camp provided residential coaching for four weeks to prepare them for the final written test on January 28, 2018. Nine of these motivated boys are found fit to join the force. This has brought immense joy to their families and villagers where they would fight for the country.