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The tissue surrounding a malignant cancer tumour is probably more important than we had believed in a chemotherapy context.
The prevalence of dementia will increase dramatically in coming decades. Early diagnosis can provide a basis for effective treatment.
The future of cancer treatment is targeted. With complete precision encapsulated chemotherapy homes in on the dangerous tumour. Ultrasound spreads the chemo out into the cancerous tissue.
New biomarkers can make hunting for prostate cancer more accurate.
A rare skin disease that causes fish scale-like skin is providing a new understanding of the role skin plays in the development of allergies.
Experts are unsure whether routine ultrasounds in week 12 will have any medical benefits. Such routine ultrasounds may save twins, but also lead to ethical and communication challenges.
Immune cells from healthy individuals can be the new immune cure for cancer.
A professor at the University of Oslo has developed a cancer vaccine that can prolong the life expectancy of patients with pancreatic cancer. Now he is testing a new vaccine that hopefully is able to kill all types of cancer cells.
Did you think that Fridtjof Nansen only led expeditions to the Arctic? If you did, you were mistaken. Welcome to the world of neuroscience at the Faculty of Medicine. Here, Nansen's legacy is everywhere.
Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are often described as unsolved puzzles. The interdisciplinary research carried out by the TOP (Thematic Research Area Psychosis) study group has identified new pieces in these puzzles and is working intensively on putting them together.