Anjali Aryamvally's Profile
B.Tech (Genetic Engineering)
Anjali is an undergraduate in Genetic Engineering from SRM University, Chennai. She is passionate about bringing changes in healthcare through a combination of genetics and social work. Anjali is an avid reader who enjoys writing. Her hobbies include gardening and traveling.
Written / Edited / Medically Reviewed
Higher doses of radiation therapy does not improve survival in patients with prostate cancer.
New treatment technique could potentially save the limbs of soldiers, if they sustain major traumatic combat injuries and avoid amputation.
Growing cardiomyocytes in 3D heart molds allow them to mature more quickly and with improved functionality.
A diet rich in fiber promotes the growth of specific bacteria in the gut that can control blood glucose levels and thereby help treat and manage type 2 diabetes.
People living in areas where they are more exposed to the sun’s rays are less likely to develop multiple sclerosis. The UV-B rays from the sun stimulate the production of vitamin D in the body which lowers the risk of MS.