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16.07.2017

Underutilization Of Brain Amyloid Scans Drives Cost And Hurts Alzheimer's Disease Care - PR Newswire (press release)


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Underutilization Of Brain Amyloid Scans Drives Cost And Hurts Alzheimer's Disease Care
PR Newswire (press release)
LONDON, July 16, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Research reported at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC) 2017 in London highlighted the clinical value of amyloid-? PET scans, which detect the presence of amyloid-beta ... In an ...
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MEGAN ZUELSDORFF Postdoctoral Trainee - UW Obstetrics and Gynecology, Madison WIUW OBGYN - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Alzheimer's Disease In African Americans: Risk Factors And Challenges For The Future - NCBI - NIHNCBI - NIH
American Journal of Preventive Medicine -Kaiser Permanente Division of Research
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26.06.2017

Visiting Norway, Home to Two of Our Newest Scientific Advisory Board Members - ProHealth


ProHealth

Visiting Norway, Home to Two of Our Newest Scientific Advisory Board Members
ProHealth
Drs. Mella and Fluge will join our Collaborative Team Meeting and Community Symposium on the Molecular basis of ME/CFS along with 32 other experts in August (10, 11) for research meetings followed by the community symposium (August 12) where you ...

19.07.2017

PET scans could improve dementia diagnosis in two-thirds of patients - DOTmed.com


DOTmed.com

PET scans could improve dementia diagnosis in two-thirds of patients
DOTmed.com
"A swift and accurate diagnosis has a huge impact on access to Alzheimer's treatments, eligibility for research trials, plus much-needed support and information services," added Hendrix. In one study at Oslo University Hospital, Dr. Nenad Bogdanovic ...

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14.05.2017

Study suggests link between imbalanced gut microbiome and systemic sclerosis - UCLA Newsroom


Study suggests link between imbalanced gut microbiome and systemic sclerosis
UCLA Newsroom
Americans and Norwegians with systemic sclerosis had higher levels of bacteria that can cause inflammation and lower levels of bacteria that are believed to protect against inflammation compared with healthy people, according to a new study by ...

22.02.2017

Fingerprinting young brains: New leads for mental disorders - Science Daily


Science Daily

Fingerprinting young brains: New leads for mental disorders
Science Daily
The study is a collaboration between the Norwegian Centre for Mental Disorders Research (NORMENT) at the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital, and the Department of Psychology at the University of Oslo[CLB1] [JNK2] [JNK3] in Norway.

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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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08.03.2017

Microsoft's HoloLens: How these surgeons can now voyage around patients' organs - ZDNet


ZDNet

Microsoft's HoloLens: How these surgeons can now voyage around patients' organs
ZDNet
The Intervention Centre at Oslo University Hospital is a research facility that is part of the general surgery department. It has a multi-disciplinary staff from several of the faculties at the University of Oslo and the Norwegian University of Science ...

12.05.2017

Imbalanced gut microbiome linked to systemic sclerosis, study suggests - Science Daily


Imbalanced gut microbiome linked to systemic sclerosis, study suggests
Science Daily
The researchers studied 17 adults with systemic sclerosis from UCLA, 17 from Oslo University Hospital, and 17 healthy adults as the control group. All participants provided stool specimens, which the researchers tested to determine the type and ...

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22.03.2017

Drug-screening and genomic analyses of HER2-positive breast cancer cell lines reveal predictors for treatment response - Dove Medical Press


Drug-screening and genomic analyses of HER2-positive breast cancer cell lines reveal predictors for treatment response
Dove Medical Press
Background: Approximately 15%-20% of all diagnosed breast cancers are characterized by amplified and overexpressed HER2 (= ErbB2). These breast cancers are aggressive and have a poor prognosis. Although improvements in treatment have been ...

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22.03.2017

UC scientists develop test to measure age-related Alzheimer's disease risk - University of California


University of California

UC scientists develop test to measure age-related Alzheimer's disease risk
University of California
To conduct the study, the research team analyzed genotype data from more than 70,000 Alzheimer's patients and normal elderly controls who were participating in several projects, such as the Alzheimer's Disease Genetics Consortium, the National ... Co ...
Genetic assessment of age-associated Alzheimer disease risk: Development and validation of a polygenic hazard scorePLOS

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