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"Oslo University Hospital" Research - Google News

25.01.2017

Cancer cells grow by exploiting their neighbours - Science Daily


Cancer cells grow by exploiting their neighbours
Science Daily
"It means that we can study communication between cells while it takes place within the organism," explains Tor Erik Rusten, who led the study. The researcher has been involved in cancer research on fruit flies for more than 15 years, and emphasizes ...

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30.01.2017

The Norwegian dietary guidelines and colorectal cancer survival (CRC-NORDIET) study: a food-based multicentre ... - BMC Blogs Network


The Norwegian dietary guidelines and colorectal cancer survival (CRC-NORDIET) study: a food-based multicentre ...
BMC Blogs Network
While it is well established that an unhealthy diet increases risk of CRC (e.g. see the latest update from World Cancer Research Fund, 2011 [4]) there are few studies that have focused on the effect of diet on disease outcomes and survival [13, 14, 15 ...

27.01.2017

Cancer cells proliferate by stealing energy from neighbouring cells, study finds - News-Medical.net


Cancer cells proliferate by stealing energy from neighbouring cells, study finds
News-Medical.net
Researchers at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital have discovered that cancer cells grow by stealing energy from neighbouring cells. Different types of cancer develop in different ways, but all of them begin with uncontrolled cell ...

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23.01.2017

Revealed, 8 ways SPACEMEN are saving our lives: From breast scans to Gordon Ramsay's anti-gravity trousers ... - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Revealed, 8 ways SPACEMEN are saving our lives: From breast scans to Gordon Ramsay's anti-gravity trousers ...
Daily Mail
Gordon Ramsay isn't someone you usually associate with the space age. But there he was last week, pictured working out on a NASA-inspired £30,000 treadmill. The chef was using the machine to help with a football injury -- the treadmill pumps air into a ...

23.09.2016

Favorable effects on arterial stiffness after renal sympathetic denervation for the treatment of resistant ... - Dove Medical Press


Favorable effects on arterial stiffness after renal sympathetic denervation for the treatment of resistant ...
Dove Medical Press
Aims: Renal sympathetic denervation (RDN) has recently been suggested to be a novel treatment strategy for patients with treatment-resistant hypertension. However, the latest randomized studies have provided conflicting results and the influence of RDN ...

18.01.2017

Controversial patient-consent proposal left out of research-ethics reforms - Nature.com


Nature.com

Controversial patient-consent proposal left out of research-ethics reforms
Nature.com
The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) had proposed the change in 2015, as part of an overhaul of the 'Common Rule', a set of regulations that govern clinical trials and patient consent in research. But the provision was not included in ...

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19.12.2016

VEGF-complement interactions - Nature.com


VEGF-complement interactions
Nature.com
New research demonstrates a link between local VEGF availability and complement inhibition in the retina and glomerulus that is mediated by changes in FH expression. "This study links VEGF to complement regulation for the first time, and also provides ...

21.11.2016

Cautious welcome for UK government's vague £2-billion research pledge - Nature.com


Nature.com

Cautious welcome for UK government's vague £2-billion research pledge
Nature.com
UK scientists have welcomed a surprise government promise to invest an extra £2 billion (US$2.5 billion) per year into research and development (R&D) by 2020 - although details of the pledge will not be made clear for at least another two days. In a ...

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21.12.2016

Swiss scientists to regain full access to EU research programmes - Nature.com


Nature.com

Swiss scientists to regain full access to EU research programmes
Nature.com
From 2017, Switzerland's scientists will once again enjoy full access to the EU's EUR80-billion (US$83-billion) Horizon 2020 research programme, the European Commission announced on 20 December. Four days earlier, Switzerland's parliament had decided ...

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07.12.2016

Mexico proposal to ban human-embryo research would stifle science - Nature.com


Nature.com

Mexico proposal to ban human-embryo research would stifle science
Nature.com
Fabián Díaz achieved a milestone last year when he derived the first human embryonic stem-cell line from cells of Mexican origin. Biologists across Mexico now use the stem cells, which Díaz -- a researcher at the National Institute of Perinatology in ...