AUDE SAPERE INSTITUTE 

Managed by Aude Sapere Medical Educational Society (Regd.) - an Incorporated Institute under Act. XXVI of 1860 of Government of Punjab, based on the Government of India Act. XXI of 1860 and the Literary and Scientific Institutions Act of 1854, which manages the Institute with teamwork of Dr Bindra’s Superspecialty Homoeopathy Clinics and Cancer Care Centre, India.

Aude Sapere Institute for Advanced Learning in Hahnemannian Homoeopathy is a dream initiative by Dr.Bindra’s Superspecialty Clinics and Cancer Care Centre, a leading super-speciality Homoeopathy & Cancer Care Clinics across the globe and 1st and only exclusively Homoeopathic Heart, Kidney & Cancer Care Clinic of world to promote awareness among the Homoeopathic Healthcare Professionals in the field of Homoeopathic super-specialties.

 

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May 20, 2016

 

 

Dr. Hardin B. Jones Ph.D., spent 20 years of his life studying the effects of chemotherapy on patients with cancer. What he found stunned the medical community. Jones found that people who refused or elected to not use chemotherapy lived longer lives than those who chose to opt-in to chemotherapy.

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May 9, 2016

 

Most studies have found no association between breast size and breast cancer risk. All breast cancers develop in the cells that line the ducts or lobules – the parts that make milk and carry it to the nipple. Regardless of their breast size, all women have the same number of these. What makes breas...

April 27, 2016

 

People are more likely to survive cancer if it is found at an early stage, before it has had a chance to spread to other parts of the body. We know that men and women simply do not recognise many of the symptoms that could be cancer. And, added to this, delays in referring patients to specialists a...

April 11, 2016

 

What is Prostate Cancer?

 

Prostate cancer is a type of cancer that forms in a man’s prostate gland, the gland responsible for creating & transporting sperm. Prostate cancer most commonly affects men over the age of 65. Statistically, less than one percent of men under the age of 50 will develop pros...

April 8, 2016

 

Try not to think about breast cancer. About the number of families it leaves devastated each year. The number of children motherless, the number of husbands wifeless and the number of parents who see their grown up babies die before their time. Breast cancer is a horrible, horrible disease. But the...

April 5, 2016

 Persistent infection with Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a common way of developing cervical cancer, with young women being the most susceptible to infections with the virus. To reduce the risk of developing cervical cancer:

 

1. Reduce your chances of getting infected with the virus: Young...

March 31, 2016

 

Read this urgently if you are you taking Folic Acid supplement since long.

 

The B vitamin, essential for women who may become or are pregnant to prevent birth defects, is a double-edged sword when it comes to cancer risk.

 

Consuming too much of the synthetic form (not folate, found in leafy green veg...

March 30, 2016

 

f you’re like the vast majority of people these days, your cell phone is not just your friend − it’s more like an appendage. A recent survey by phone maker Motorola revealed that people were so attached to their cell phones that in case of a fire, a majority of cell phone owners would abandon their...

March 22, 2016

 

Step 1 Begin by looking at your breasts in the mirror with your shoulders straight and your arms on your hips.

 

Here's what you should look for:

  • Breasts that are their usual size, shape, and color

  • Breasts that are evenly shaped without visible distortion or swelling