Dr. Namitha Kumar's Profile
MA - English, PhD (Psychology)
Her deepest passion is working on human experience of disability. She holds a PhD in Psychology. She is also interested in experiences of chronic and genetic illnesses.
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Scientists have discovered the first compound which kills resistant cancer cells in acute myeloid leukemia but spares healthy cells.
World Trauma Day observed on 17th October each year reviews strategies for the prevention and management of traumatic events both in India and South Africa.
Thalassemia and sickle cell society of Bangalore hosted a session on clinical updates on thalassemia by leading hematology specialist, Dr. M B Agarwal from Mumbai
Dystrophy Annihilation Trust, Bangalore (DART) conducted a special marathon to create awareness of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
A review of high-quality scientific studies by the American Heart Association indicates that meditation has significant benefits for heart health.