Future Woman
Future Woman


  • An voice for women and for all in the House

    I would say that all political parties should ensure sufficient representation of women in all levels of organisational structures and increase the pool of eligible women candidates in elections, says TN Seema, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, in an interview with RG Gireesh Excerpts from the interview ... Read more
  • Women enjoyed equal status in Vedic India

    Amish Tripathi, modern India’s most celebrated author, whose epic-like Shiva Trilogy made history by selling in millions, was in Kochi recently in connection with the Kerala launch of his new book Scion of Ikshvaku. ... Read more
  • Rising from the ashes

    Devieka Bhojwani’s life changed forever when she was diagnosed with cancer 13 years ago. At first, there was obvious reaction, fear and depression. Her world turned upside down. And then, slowly but steadily she rose from the shambles and saw the light at the end of the tunnel. It dawned on her that she was really lucky. Her cancer was detected at very early stage. ... Read more
  • Waging a war on cancer

    The Tata Memorial Centre in Mumbai is a prestigious medical institution in the country specialising in cancer treatment. An advanced centre for treatment, research and education in cancer, TMC is receiving patients from across the country and abroad and efforts are ongoing to evolve cost-effective treatments for common cancers. ... Read more
  • ‘Dubai Will Become Medical Hub Of Middle East’

    With the booming economy, the healthcare sector in Dubai is all set to transform into the medical hub of the Middle East. In an Interview with Future Medicine, Dr Hayder Al Zubaidy, CEO, Canadian Specialist Hospital, talks about the potential of the healthcare sector of the country and the future plans of CSH ... Read more
  • ‘Encourage Prevention Centres Rather Than Hospitals’

    “My dream is to be able to serve the needy till I die,” says Dr Chris Vijay, President of the Cardio Renal Society of America, in an interview with Future Medicine. Here, Dr Vijay talks about his academic and professional life, and evaluates current cardiology practices in India and America. He chaired the cardiovascular track for the Global Health Summit 2013 ... Read more
  • Interview with Somasekar Seshagiri

    SomasekarSeshagiriis the principal scientist, Molecular Biology at Genentech Inc, one of the largest Biotech companies in the world. In an email communication with Future Medicine, he spoke about genome research and its current status. He says that 97-98 per cent of our genomes are identical and it is the minor difference between our genomes that make each one of us unique ... Read more
  • ‘Genome man’ of India

    Sam Santhosh is the Chief Executive Officer of SciGenom, a genome company based in Kochi, which specialises in DNA sequencing. In an exclusive interview with Future Medicine, he says that genomics will fuel the next revolution in medicine ... Read more
  • Operate less frequently, says expert

    Dr Edward C Benzel, MD, is the Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, US. He also holds a faculty appointment, Professor of Surgery, at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University (CCLCM of CWRU). Dr Benzel’s major clinical interests are neurosurgery and spinal disorders, including cervical spondylosis and syringomyelia, complex spine instrumentation and spine tumours. In an exclusive interview with Future Medicine, Dr Benzel ... Read more
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