Liver encephalopathy is one of the diseases that claims most lives worldwide. A Norwegian study has revealed that the disease disturbs vital processes in the brain.
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Influenza is a well-known trigger for heart disease. Strict measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus may have contributed to less influenza, and thus fewer admissions for heart disease.
Professor John Torgils Vaage leads a study that will examine the effect of COVID-19 vaccination in immunocompromised and transplant patients. The study has received funding from the vaccine coalition CEPI.
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