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15.01.2019Snohetta-designed forest cabins bring patients into nature - Fast Company

Snohetta-designed forest cabins bring patients into nature  Fast Company

Even though it looks like it's buried deep in the Norwegian forest, the outdoor care center is only 650 feet from the Oslo University Hospital.

14.01.2019Study: Less than six hours sleep per night increases risk for heart disease - UPI News

Study: Less than six hours sleep per night increases risk for heart disease  UPI News

Six hours: That's the minimum amount of sleep per night you need to help your heart stay healthy, new research suggests. The study found that chronic lack of ...

14.01.2019'DNA origami' provides measuring tool to show antibody effectiveness - UPI News

'DNA origami' provides measuring tool to show antibody effectiveness  UPI News

A new method of measuring distance using origami-inspired nanostructures could be the key to making antibodies more effective, a study says.

15.01.2019DNA Origami Used to Measure Top Effectiveness of Antibodies - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

DNA Origami Used to Measure Top Effectiveness of Antibodies  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Researchers at the Karolinska Institutet and the University of Oslo in Norway used DNA origami to demonstrate the most accurate distance between densely ...

07.01.2019snøhetta designs outdoor care retreats for norway's largest hospitals - Designboom

snøhetta designs outdoor care retreats for norway's largest hospitals  Designboom

architecture firm snøhetta has built a pair of outdoor care retreats a short walking distance from two of norway's largest hospitals.

09.01.2019Snøhetta completes wooden Outdoor Care Retreats at two Norwegian hospitals - Dezeen

Snøhetta completes wooden Outdoor Care Retreats at two Norwegian hospitals  Dezeen

Two cabins have been nestled into woodland by Snøhetta, to improve the treatment of patients in two Norwegian hospitals by immersing them in nature.

10.01.2019Arterial Stiffness in Adults with Lasting Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Linked to Prednisolone, Insulin Resistance - Juvenile Arthritis News

Arterial Stiffness in Adults with Lasting Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Linked to Prednisolone, Insulin Resistance  Juvenile Arthritis News

Adults with long-lasting juvenile idiopathic arthritis have altered arterial properties related to cardiovascular risk, such as arterial stiffness, mainly linked to daily ...

14.01.2019Snøhetta Launches Outdoor Care Retreats in Norway | Artinfo - BLOUIN ARTINFO

Snøhetta Launches Outdoor Care Retreats in Norway | Artinfo  BLOUIN ARTINFO

Oslo and New York-based architectural firm Snohetta has launched two wooden outdoor care units in the vicinity of two of Norway's largest hospitals. Nestled in ...

07.01.2019Norway struggles to help self-harming patients - ScienceNordic

Norway struggles to help self-harming patients  ScienceNordic

A survey of 61 psychiatric departments in 2017 shows that Norway's health care system has difficulty helping patients with very serious self-harming behaviour.

15.01.2019Precise Measuring Tool for Optimal Antibody Effectiveness - Technology Networks

Precise Measuring Tool for Optimal Antibody Effectiveness  Technology Networks

News Jan 15, 2019 | Original Story from the Karolinska Institute. Precise Measuring Tool for Optimal Antibody Effectiveness. By using DNA origami, researchers ...

09.01.2019Snøhetta designs healing forest cabins for patients at Norway's largest hospitals - Inhabitat

Snøhetta designs healing forest cabins for patients at Norway's largest hospitals  Inhabitat

Norway's largest hospitals are now prescribing a little escape to nature for healing. Check out these serene forest cabins for hospital patients in Norway.

21.12.2018HIV type 2 is more serious than previously believed - ScienceNordic

HIV type 2 is more serious than previously believed  ScienceNordic

HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, had its origins in Africa in chimpanzees. It was probably transmitted to people from bloody meat that hunters brought home to ...

17.12.2018Steer Clear of Driving While Taking Prescribed Opioids? - Medscape

Steer Clear of Driving While Taking Prescribed Opioids?  Medscape

Higher-dose opioids impair driving performance to a minor degree, but patients still need to be advised of this risk so they can decide whether to steer clear of ...

15.08.2018Oslo University Hospital to Launch Aerial Blood Sample Deliveries - The Drive

Oslo University Hospital to Launch Aerial Blood Sample Deliveries  The Drive

Oslo University Hospital is working with defense, research and meteorological groups on establishing safe, aerial deliveries of biological samples.

10.01.2019Cadila Pharma inks pact with Norwegian start-up to develop new treatment for heart patients - BusinessLine

Cadila Pharma inks pact with Norwegian start-up to develop new treatment for heart patients  BusinessLine

Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd has announced an agreement with Norway-based Inven2's start-up, Serca Pharmaceuticals, to develop a new treatments for heart ...

29.08.2018New insight can lead to better breast cancer treatment - ScienceNordic

New insight can lead to better breast cancer treatment  ScienceNordic

Researchers have now found out what happens when normal cells develop into breast cancer. This finding can lead to more individualized treatment: the right ...

08.10.2018More rape victims are seeking help - Views and News from Norway

More rape victims are seeking help  Views and News from Norway

Just days after the Norwegian Nobel Committee announced a Peace Prize that boosts awareness of sexual violence, comes news that rape remains a major ...

05.06.2018Sigmoidoscopy Screening for Colorectal Cancer - Annals of Internal Medicine

Sigmoidoscopy Screening for Colorectal Cancer  Annals of Internal Medicine

The long-term effects of sigmoidoscopy screening on colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence and mortality in women and men are unclear. Objective: To determine ...

09.05.2018High mortality due to cutaneous melanoma in Norway: a study of prognos | CLEP - Dove Medical Press

High mortality due to cutaneous melanoma in Norway: a study of prognos | CLEP  Dove Medical Press

High mortality due to cutaneous melanoma in Norway: a study of prognostic factors in a nationwide cancer registry Trude Eid Robsahm,1,* Per Helsing,2,* ...

04.09.2018Zelluna joins the adoptive cell therapy chase - Vantage

Zelluna joins the adoptive cell therapy chase  Vantage

As the tiny Norwegian biotech gears up to put its first asset into the clinic, investors could use an ongoing trial to handicap its chances of success. Skyline of Oslo.

31.10.2018Exercise capacity in COPD patients with exercise-induced pulmonary hyp | COPD - Dove Medical Press

Exercise capacity in COPD patients with exercise-induced pulmonary hyp | COPD  Dove Medical Press

Exercise capacity in COPD patients with exercise-induced pulmonary hypertension Ingunn Skjørten,1,2 Janne Mykland Hilde,3 Morten Nissen Melsom,1 Jonny ...

02.06.2018Poop transplants work as well as antibiotics for severe diarrhea - NBCNews.com

Poop transplants work as well as antibiotics for severe diarrhea  NBCNews.com

Poop transplants, also known as fecal transplants, may work as well as antibiotics in treating patients with diarrhea caused by C. difficile.

12.09.2018A mere drop of blood makes skin cells line up - Innovation Origins

A mere drop of blood makes skin cells line up  Innovation Origins

The presence of blood serum is sufficient to activate dormant skin cells into a migratory and proliferative state; a wound edge is not necessarily required.

07.12.2018Exercise performed during adjuvant breast cancer treatment may improve cardio function - EurekAlert

Exercise performed during adjuvant breast cancer treatment may improve cardio function  EurekAlert

Women who underwent a supervised program of cardiovascular exercise during adjuvant breast cancer treatment experienced better cardiovascular function ...

26.06.2018The dynamics of self-care in the course of heart failure management: d | PPA - Dove Medical Press

The dynamics of self-care in the course of heart failure management: d | PPA  Dove Medical Press

The dynamics of self-care in the course of heart failure management: data from the IN TOUCH study Edita Lycholip,1,2 Ina Thon Aamodt,3,4 Irene Lie,3 Toma ...

13.09.2018What happens to skin cells when they are confronted with blood? - Drug Target Review

What happens to skin cells when they are confronted with blood?  Drug Target Review

A team of researchers have performed experiments on blood-deprived cells that were exposed to blood serum, revealing insights into wound healing.

24.09.2018Norway May Ban Solariums - The Nordic Page

Norway May Ban Solariums  The Nordic Page

Norway can become the third country in the world that bans solariums, as a new strategy to reduce the number of skin cancer cases in the country. Skin cancer is ...

12.12.2018Working Out Helps Avoid Heart Damage From Breast Cancer Chemo - Everyday Health

Working Out Helps Avoid Heart Damage From Breast Cancer Chemo  Everyday Health

Women who participated in a supervised exercise program while undergoing breast cancer treatment had better cardiovascular fitness than women who were ...

20.06.2018Major gender gap in health research - ScienceNordic

Major gender gap in health research  ScienceNordic

Women's bodies are different from men's. We need to understand women's health better, says medical doctor and professor Johanne Sundby. Keywords: ...

15.08.2018GutHeart trial explores promise of targeting gut microbiota to treat HF - Healio

GutHeart trial explores promise of targeting gut microbiota to treat HF  Healio

Researchers are currently conducting a trial to assess the effects of manipulating the gut microbiota in patients with HF, according to a paper published in ESC ...

22.08.2018Decrease in new type 2 diabetes cases in Norway - Medical Xpress

Decrease in new type 2 diabetes cases in Norway  Medical Xpress

Type 2 diabetes is one of the major chronic diseases and the patient group has increased year upon year, "therefore, it is great to see the decline in the number ...

22.08.2018Double the number of children born to women over the age of 45 - ScienceNordic

Double the number of children born to women over the age of 45  ScienceNordic

Scandinavian women are waiting longer to have children. Last year in Norway, 138 women over age 45 had children – twice as many as ten years earlier, ...

07.10.2018Paul Greengrass interview: 'Anders Breivik's worldview is spreading' - Telegraph.co.uk

Paul Greengrass interview: 'Anders Breivik's worldview is spreading'  Telegraph.co.uk

Thorbjørn Harr was holding his one-day-old daughter when the wounded began to arrive.

10.06.2018Intestinal bacteria can work better than antibiotics - ScienceNordic

Intestinal bacteria can work better than antibiotics  ScienceNordic

A small Norwegian study suggests that transplanted bowel bacteria may be more effective than antibiotics in treating patients with severe bowel infections.

05.12.2018Study examines effects of different opioids on driving performance - Science Daily

Study examines effects of different opioids on driving performance  Science Daily

A new study finds that the influence of single analgesic doses of methadone and buprenorphine -- two different opioids -- on driving performance was mild and ...

10.11.2018Healio to report live from The Liver Meeting 2018 - Healio

Healio to report live from The Liver Meeting 2018  Healio

SAN FRANCISCO — Starting this weekend, Healio Gastroenterology and Liver Disease will provide live coverage from The Liver Meeting 2018.The meeting will ...

13.08.2018The Science and Politics of Death Tolls: Hunger, Disasters, and War - Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)

The Science and Politics of Death Tolls: Hunger, Disasters, and War  Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)

The 2018 PRIO Annual Peace Address will be given by Debarati Guha-Sapir. She is the Director of the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters ...

14.09.2018My Takeaways From ESC 2018: Good or Bad, the Luxury of New Data Begets Cries for More - TCTMD

My Takeaways From ESC 2018: Good or Bad, the Luxury of New Data Begets Cries for More  TCTMD

MUNICH, Germany—It's a credit to the curious minds drawn to the field of cardiology that this specialty enjoys a depth and breadth of clinical research not seen ...

09.12.2018Exercise may Improve Cardiovascular Function During Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatment - OncoZine

Exercise may Improve Cardiovascular Function During Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatment  OncoZine

According to results of the Energy Balance and Breast Cancer Aspect (EBBA)-II trial (NCT02240836) , sponsored by the Norwegian Research Council, ...

10.12.2018New light on opioid and driving - Cosmos

New light on opioid and driving  Cosmos

The risks of driving with treatment-level doses of opioids in your system appear to be quite low but it's still best to be cautious, Norwegian research suggests.

01.11.2018Fate Therapeutics Announces Seven Presentations at the 2018 ASH Annual Meeting - GlobeNewswire

Fate Therapeutics Announces Seven Presentations at the 2018 ASH Annual Meeting  GlobeNewswire

Three Oral and Four Poster Presentations Covering Product Pipeline Accepted for Presentation. Company to Host Investor Event at ASH on November 30.

08.03.2017Microsoft's HoloLens: How these surgeons can now voyage around patients' organs - ZDNet

Microsoft's HoloLens: How these surgeons can now voyage around patients' organs  ZDNet

Researchers in Oslo have been working for years on turning 2D medical imagery into 3D but now they've used Microsoft's HoloLens to give surgeons more ...

27.11.2018Medigene AG: Medigene participates at further 2018 upcoming conferences - BioSpace

Medigene AG: Medigene participates at further 2018 upcoming conferences  BioSpace

Martinsried/Munich (pta/20.11.2018/07:30) MediGene AG (FSE: MDG1, Prime Standard, SDAX) today announced its participation at the following upcoming ...

25.10.2018Norway's Crown Princess Mette-Marit reveals rare lung disease - BBC News

Norway's Crown Princess Mette-Marit reveals rare lung disease  BBC News

Norway's crown princess is suffering from a rare chronic lung disease, the country's royal family has confirmed. Princess Mette-Marit, who married Crown Prince ...

26.08.2018ASCEND: Aspirin Doesn't Look Good for Primary CV Prevention in Diabetic Patients - TCTMD

ASCEND: Aspirin Doesn't Look Good for Primary CV Prevention in Diabetic Patients  TCTMD

MUNICH, Germany (UPDATED)—Aspirin reduces serious vascular events when used for primary CV prevention in patients with diabetes, but the cost in terms of ...

02.08.2017Insights from Oslo - EMSWorld

Insights from Oslo  EMSWorld

This summer I had the distinct privilege of touring one of the most forward-thinking EMS systems on the globe. The Oslo University Hospital in Norway runs a ...

06.06.2018Family blood mystery solved - Medical Xpress

Family blood mystery solved  Medical Xpress

In the late 1970s, a man with an unexplained high hemoglobin level (Hb) was referred to Namsos Hospital north of Trondheim, Norway. It turned out that four ...

14.12.2018Molecular Evolution of Early-Onset Prostate Cancer Identifies Molecular Risk Markers and Clinical Trajectories. - UroToday

Molecular Evolution of Early-Onset Prostate Cancer Identifies Molecular Risk Markers and Clinical Trajectories.  UroToday

Identifying the earliest somatic changes in prostate cancer can give important insights into tumor evolution and aids in stratifying high- from low-risk disease.

28.10.2018Health ministry announces visiting doctors programme for November - Khaleej Times

Health ministry announces visiting doctors programme for November  Khaleej Times

The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) announced the details of its Visiting Doctors Program for the month of November 2018, to provide advanced ...

06.03.2018Distinct pain profiles in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary | COPD - Dove Medical Press

Distinct pain profiles in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary | COPD  Dove Medical Press

Distinct pain profiles in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Signe B Bentsen,1 Christine Miaskowski,2 Bruce A Cooper,3 Vivi L Christensen,4,5 ...

15.05.2018Randomized trial finds ibuprofen not a safe alternative to antibiotics for UTIs - EurekAlert

Randomized trial finds ibuprofen not a safe alternative to antibiotics for UTIs  EurekAlert

Ibuprofen, given instead of antibiotics to women with uncomplicated urinary tract infection (cystitis), leads to longer duration of symptoms and more serious ...

19.03.2012Oslo University Hospital on Suspicious List of Human Trafficking - The Nordic Page

Oslo University Hospital on Suspicious List of Human Trafficking  The Nordic Page

Oslo Police announced that the furniture maker who is prosecuted for human trafficking have brought an additional six Filipinos to Norway in addition to the three ...

14.08.2018Norwegian Hospitals to Carry Blood and Medical Samples with Drones - Drone Below

Norwegian Hospitals to Carry Blood and Medical Samples with Drones  Drone Below

In an important contribution to improving health in Norway, a new drone delivery project is being undertaken by the Oslo University Hospital (OUS). The Defense ...

03.12.2018Two new photos released to celebrate Prince Sverre Magnus's 13th birthday - Royal Central

Two new photos released to celebrate Prince Sverre Magnus's 13th birthday  Royal Central

The Norwegian Royal Court has released two new pictures to celebrate the 13th birthday of Prince Sverre Magnus. One of the photos shows him sharing a hug ...

25.05.2018Norway contributing to Ebola response in DR Congo - Democratic Republic of the Congo - ReliefWeb

Norway contributing to Ebola response in DR Congo - Democratic Republic of the Congo  ReliefWeb

The Government has decided to provide NOK 10 million to the World Health Organization's (WHO) response to the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic ...

16.05.2018Gut bacteria flora linked to chronic heart failure - ScienceNordic

Gut bacteria flora linked to chronic heart failure  ScienceNordic

Heart failure is just that – a condition when the heart is no longer doing its job properly.

24.10.2018Princess Mette-Marit of Norway reveals lung disease diagnosis - HELLO! Canada

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway reveals lung disease diagnosis  HELLO! Canada

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway has been diagnosed with a lung disease at the age of 45. The Royal Court of Norway revealed the royal's chronic pulmonary ...

30.08.2018Japanese Researchers Conduct Drone-Centric Tests to Protect Against Heatstroke at 2020 Tokyo Olympics - The Drive

Japanese Researchers Conduct Drone-Centric Tests to Protect Against Heatstroke at 2020 Tokyo Olympics  The Drive

The 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo are drawing nearer with every passing month, and Hosei University is planning ahead with drone-centric tests to ...

08.08.2018Clinical Trial Will Assess Profile of Gut Microbiome in Heart Failure Patients - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Clinical Trial Will Assess Profile of Gut Microbiome in Heart Failure Patients  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

GutHeart Trial will examine relationship between gut microbiome and inflammatory pathways in the heart.

01.06.2018Ancient genomes from Iceland reveal the making of a human population - Science Magazine

Ancient genomes from Iceland reveal the making of a human population  Science Magazine

The genomes of ancient humans can reveal patterns of early human migration (see the Perspective by Achilli et al.). Iceland has a genetically distinct population, ...

17.10.2018Man's BMW Misidentified and Destroyed by Government While He’s in Surgery - The Drive

Man's BMW Misidentified and Destroyed by Government While He’s in Surgery  The Drive

A Great Britain man's BMW 323 was incorrectly designated as abandoned in a hospital lot by the Flintshire, Wales city council as he was having ankle surgery.

18.01.2018Olympus Faces New Trial Over Medical Scopes Tied To Superbug Deaths - Washington Post

Olympus Faces New Trial Over Medical Scopes Tied To Superbug Deaths  Washington Post

A Seattle judge finds that Olympus Corp. failed to properly disclose evidence that it knew of concerns about the difficulty of cleaning its redesigned scopes years ...

18.04.2018Antipsychotics May Alter Thyroid Function - Medscape

Antipsychotics May Alter Thyroid Function  Medscape

FLORENCE, Italy — Patients with severe mental disorders are more likely to have altered thyroid function, which may in part be linked to the use of commonly ...

20.11.2017Norway's King Harald released from hospital - The Local Norway

Norway's King Harald released from hospital  The Local Norway

Norway's 80-year-old King Harald was released from hospital on Monday after being treated for three days for an infection, and is in "fine form", the palace said.

21.12.2017Old patient stories help computers to predict cancer - ScienceNordic

Old patient stories help computers to predict cancer  ScienceNordic

In near future computers will learn to recognize cancer. To achieve this they will need huge amounts of patient data. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer ...

22.10.2018Immunotherapy improves survival in metastatic or recurrent head and neck cancer - EurekAlert

Immunotherapy improves survival in metastatic or recurrent head and neck cancer  EurekAlert

Munich, Germany, 22 October 2018 - Immunotherapy with pembrolizumab improves survival in patients with head and neck cancer that has recurred or ...

25.12.2017Accurate celiac diagnosis in trial of new blood test - Reuters

Accurate celiac diagnosis in trial of new blood test  Reuters

(Reuters Health) - An experimental blood test accurately identifies people who do, or don't, have celiac disease, even if they are following gluten-free diets, ...

17.05.2018Do blood tests before starting gluten-free diet, say experts - Times of Malta

Do blood tests before starting gluten-free diet, say experts  Times of Malta

Gastroenterologists worry about physicians who prescribe gluten-free diets without first testing their patients for coeliac disease. Prof. Knut Lundin, president of ...

07.07.2015Norwegian surgeon, Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D., inducted into AOSSM Hall of Fame - EurekAlert

Norwegian surgeon, Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D., inducted into AOSSM Hall of Fame  EurekAlert

Internationally known, knee ligament researcher, Lars Engebretsen, M.D., Ph.D., will be inducted into the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine ...

11.05.2018Sport: Scientists call for IAAF to release performance... - Daily Maverick

Sport: Scientists call for IAAF to release performance...  Daily Maverick

Scientists are asking questions about the data the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) used to implement its new testosterone policy ...

14.08.2018AI Improves Colonoscopy Diagnostics in Prospective Trial - Medscape

AI Improves Colonoscopy Diagnostics in Prospective Trial  Medscape

A computer trained by artificial intelligence (AI) to diagnose diminutive nonneoplastic polyps located in the distal colon performs well enough to allow ...

10.12.2018Surgical treatment and survival from colorectal cancer in Denmark, England, Norway, and Sweden: a population-based study - The Lancet

Surgical treatment and survival from colorectal cancer in Denmark, England, Norway, and Sweden: a population-based study  The Lancet

Survival from colorectal cancer has been shown to be lower in Denmark and England than in comparable high-income countries. We used data from national ...

30.10.2018Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wears elegant gown days after revealing her lung disease - Express

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway wears elegant gown days after revealing her lung disease  Express

PRINCESS METTE-MARIT, the Crown Princess of Norway, was all smiles as she stepped out with her husband, Crown Prince Haakon, in Oslo, Norway tonight.

18.12.2013Norway researchers in cancer breakthrough - The Local.no

Norway researchers in cancer breakthrough  The Local.no

Researchers at the University of Oslo have invented a new technique which potentially massively broadens the range of cancers which can be treated with ...

08.11.2016Game-changer: inside the world's first 4K over IP operating theatre - InAVate

Game-changer: inside the world's first 4K over IP operating theatre  InAVate

Its installation at Oslo University Hospital may have sparked a movement within hospitals around Europe, but bringing the concept for the first 4K over IP.

07.12.2017Holograms may assist planning complex heart surgery in children - European Society of Cardiology

Holograms may assist planning complex heart surgery in children  European Society of Cardiology

Lisbon, Portugal – 7 December 2017: Holograms may assist with planning complex heart surgery in children, according to research presented today at ...

04.02.2018Traumatic brain injuries linked to dementia risks - ScienceNordic

Traumatic brain injuries linked to dementia risks  ScienceNordic

The connection between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and dementia has been investigated extensively. Some studies have indicated a clear connection but ...

02.03.2018Artificial intelligence powers GE Healthcare's next-gen ultrasound system - Healthcare IT News

Artificial intelligence powers GE Healthcare's next-gen ultrasound system  Healthcare IT News

GE Healthcare introduced today the LOGIQ E10, its next-generation radiology ultrasound technology. The digital system integrates artificial intelligence, cloud ...

25.01.2018Chewing khat leaves increases risk for chronic liver disease - Healio

Chewing khat leaves increases risk for chronic liver disease  Healio

Chewing khat leaves correlated with an increased risk for chronic liver disease, according to results of a case-controlled hospital-based study. The data further ...

14.12.2017Utøya survivors more prone to migraine: research - The Local Norway

Utøya survivors more prone to migraine: research  The Local Norway

The survivors of Norway's 2011 terrorist attack on the island of Utøya are more likely to suffer from migraines as a consequence of their trauma, research has ...

08.06.2017Norwegian Team Plans to Debut Digital PCR-Based Urinary Bladder Cancer Test by Year End - GenomeWeb

Norwegian Team Plans to Debut Digital PCR-Based Urinary Bladder Cancer Test by Year End  GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A team of investigators at Oslo University Hospital in Norway has developed a digital PCR-based assay for detecting urinary ...

06.10.2014Ebola virus victim arrives in Norway by special jet - The Local.no

Ebola virus victim arrives in Norway by special jet  The Local.no

The Norwegian woman, diagnosed with Ebola while working for a charity organization in Sierra Leone, will arrive in Oslo for treatment on Tuesday.

30.04.2018Award-winning multi-campus 4K hospital project breaks new ground in Vienna - InAVate

Award-winning multi-campus 4K hospital project breaks new ground in Vienna  InAVate

Charlotte Ashley discovers the story behind an installation for two hospitals which evolved into multi-campus project connecting sites 400 metres apart, le.

06.03.2018White Blood Cell BRCA1 Promoter Methylation Status and Ovarian Cancer Risk - Annals of Internal Medicine

White Blood Cell BRCA1 Promoter Methylation Status and Ovarian Cancer Risk  Annals of Internal Medicine

The role of normal tissue gene promoter methylation in cancer risk is poorly understood. Objective: To assess associations between normal tissue BRCA1 ...

13.12.2017Do Disease-Modifying Therapies for MS Increase Risk of Infection? - MD Magazine

Do Disease-Modifying Therapies for MS Increase Risk of Infection?  MD Magazine

With the approval of drugs for progressive multiple sclerosis, the challenge surrounding infections has worsened.

11.12.2017Uncovering epilepsy's hidden secrets - ScienceNordic

Uncovering epilepsy's hidden secrets  ScienceNordic

Thirty different medications are currently used to treat epilepsy. They may help prevent seizures or decrease the number of attacks. In many people, the drugs ...

13.03.2018Zelluna names MaSTherCell as CDMO to support immunotherapy development - OutSourcing-Pharma.com

Zelluna names MaSTherCell as CDMO to support immunotherapy development  OutSourcing-Pharma.com

Zelluna Immunotherapy has partnered with the CDMO MasSTherCell to develop its T-cell receptor (TCR) adoptive cell therapy platform with clinical trials ...

22.06.2018A Hong Kong woman killed her parents, herself because of eczema. Is the skin condition linked to mental health? - Globalnews.ca

A Hong Kong woman killed her parents, herself because of eczema. Is the skin condition linked to mental health?  Globalnews.ca

A former nursing student in Hong Kong killed her parents before taking her own life on June 17, leaving behind a suicide note that indicated she was tormented ...

29.11.2018High Levels of Pro-Inflammatory CX3CL1 Linked to Lung Fibrosis in Scleroderma Patients - Scleroderma News

High Levels of Pro-Inflammatory CX3CL1 Linked to Lung Fibrosis in Scleroderma Patients  Scleroderma News

High levels of CX3CL1, a pro-inflammatory signaling molecule, in lung tissue and blood are linked with pulmonary dysfunction in scleroderma patients.

02.03.20183D bioprinting smoothes path towards cartilage repair - physicsworld.com

3D bioprinting smoothes path towards cartilage repair  physicsworld.com

Cartilage – the connective tissue that provides a smooth, lubricated surface between joints in the body – is a structural marvel, but its limited capacity for ...

06.03.2018Multiple-treatment approach improves survival rates in aggressive prostate cancer, study finds - UCLA Newsroom

Multiple-treatment approach improves survival rates in aggressive prostate cancer, study finds  UCLA Newsroom

The research is the first of its kind to compare results between radiotherapy treatments that are higher than the standard dose and traditional treatments, ...

02.03.2018GE Healthcare launches most advanced radiology ultrasound system - News-Medical.net

GE Healthcare launches most advanced radiology ultrasound system  News-Medical.net

GE Healthcare's most advanced radiology ultrasound system – the LOGIQ™ E10 – offers 48X data throughput and 10X processing power of previous systems.

15.07.2018The brain may clean out Alzheimer's plaques during sleep - Science News

The brain may clean out Alzheimer's plaques during sleep  Science News

Neuroscientist Barbara Bendlin studies the brain as Alzheimer's disease develops. When she goes home, she tries to leave her work in the lab. But one recent ...

02.07.2018The increasingly efficient teenage brain - EurekAlert

The increasingly efficient teenage brain  EurekAlert

Some brain networks become more densely connected during adolescence while others become less so, according to a new analysis published in eNeuro of ...

27.07.2017Norway shopping centre stabbing victim dies, other in critical condition - The Local Norway

Norway shopping centre stabbing victim dies, other in critical condition  The Local Norway

A 17-year-old girl has died from wounds suffered during Wednesday's stabbing incident at the Sørlandsenteret shopping centre in Kristiansand.

12.05.2017Imbalanced gut microbiome linked to systemic sclerosis, study suggests - Science Daily

Imbalanced gut microbiome linked to systemic sclerosis, study suggests  Science Daily

Americans and Norwegians with systemic sclerosis had higher levels of bacteria that can cause inflammation and lower levels of bacteria that are believed to ...

21.02.2018Norway Incensed by Child Abuse in 'Quran Schools' Abroad - Sputnik International

Norway Incensed by Child Abuse in 'Quran Schools' Abroad  Sputnik International

Although urgent measures were promised by the Norwegian government following revelations of extreme cruelty against Somali-Norwegian children in ...

14.02.2017Neurological Department Visits - WFN News

Neurological Department Visits  WFN News

WFN Department Visit Programmes give the opportunity to young neurologists from Africa or Central and South America to visit the Neurological Departments of ...

 
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