Those who had tumours removed from their livers with keyhole surgery had fewer complications, a better quality of life and similar long-term oncologic outcomes, a new PhD thesis shows.
The research method enables us to avoid ethical challenges in studies on mothers and children.
A new study provides new insights into the curative effects of gluten-free diets in coeliac patients. Results from the proteomics-based research suggests not.
From exchange and travels to digital collaboration in COMENTH
June 18, 2021 3:47 PM
Exchanges and travels between Nepal and Norway are important parts of the COMENTH project. The pandemic has put a halt to this. Yet, through a partial reallocation of funds and digital solutions, the researchers have managed to implement some of the project’s activities.
Precision medicine can increase treatment quality of mental disorders
June 8, 2021 2:42 PM
The EU project REALMENT will make use of so-called Real World Data (RWD), genetic profiles and artificial intelligence (AI) to increase the quality of treatment for patients with mental disorders.