Medical-Science - General Knowledge or GK, Current Affairs for the month of December-2023 and January-2024

General Knowledge or GK and Current Affairs on Medical Science

Bridging Science and Humanity: Exploring the Frontiers of Medical Science through GK2U

Medical science is the cornerstone of modern healthcare, a dynamic field that blends cutting-edge research with compassionate care to improve the lives of millions. GK2U will cover the necessary General Knowledge or GK and Current Affairs questionaries and answers on this revolutionary topic.

From groundbreaking treatments to revolutionary technologies, Invention of vaccine and application to human being, the world of medical science is a beacon of hope and healing for patients and practitioners alike. Gk2U will share necessary and updated information of Medical Science through General Knowledge or GK and Current Affairs.

Pushing the Boundaries

Where Discovery Saves Lives and Compassion Heals Souls

At the forefront of medical science, researchers and practitioners are pushing the boundaries of what is possible, exploring new treatments, and unlocking the mysteries of the human body. From genetic therapies to personalized medicine, the potential for innovation in medical science is limitless, offering hope for patients with previously untreatable conditions. Here at GK2U people will gather necessary updates through General Knowledge or GK and Current Affairs on ongoing journey and improvements of medical science.

Disease X refers to an illness caused by an unknown, serious microbial threat.

Leprosy is a chronic infection disease caused by the Mycobacterium leprae bacteria

A team of scientist from the Indian Institute of science (IISc), on 10th January 2024, lunched RS2, a promising Covid-19 vaccine candidate with revolutionary features. Rs2 is a synthetic antigen that combines two critical components of the virus’s spike protein: the S2 subunit and the Receptor binding Domain (RBD).

Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras and Mandi have successfully metabolically engineered plant cell to boost the production of the anti-cancer drug camptothecin (CPT)

General Knowledge or GK and Current Affairs on Medical Science