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New discovery might crack schizophrenia

July 29, 2014

Scientists from 34 countries have collaborated on mapping more than 80 new genes linked to developing schizophrenia.

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Stools save lives

July 23, 2014

Danish doctors have revolutionized the treatment of life-threatening diarrhea, using stools from healthy patients.

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Project to break the code for cervical cancer

July 23, 2014

Danish scientists look to biomarkers to break the code for cervical cancer.

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Cancer drug used in major HIV discorvery

July 22, 2014

Danish scientists have used an anti-cancer drug to activate HIV ‘hibernating’ in patients' cells, exposing the virus to the immune system and making it susceptible to attack.

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Danish breakthrough in blood protein research

July 22, 2014

Danish scientists expose an unknown blood protein mechanism significant for blood coagulation.

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Heart patients prefer telemedicine

July 21, 2014

A recently published project shows that patients prefer to save the trip to the hospital, if the consultation can take place from home in front of the computer.

Tags: E-Health

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Fewer Danes take antidepressants

July 21, 2014

New research show that Danes' use of antidepressants have decreased steadily since 2011.

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Great expectations to new super scanner

July 17, 2014

A new super scanner is these days being installed on the MR Center at Aarhus University Hospital.

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Medico industry to lift PP collaborations

July 15, 2014

The medico industry have launched a report with 20 suggestions to further lift their collaboration with the healthcare sector.

Tags: Service & Operational Solutions

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Mapping of bacteria might supersede antibiotics

July 08, 2014

Danish scientists have mapped 500 previously unknown microorganisms and more than 800 bacterial strains from human intestinal flora. The hope is that knowledge of bacteria strains will help supersede antibiotics.

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