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18.11.2017

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13.11.2017

Fructan responsible for symptoms in the gluten-intolerant, study claims - FoodNavigator.com


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Fructan responsible for symptoms in the gluten-intolerant, study claims
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"The results (of the study) indicate that fructans are more likely the culprits," said the team, led by Professor Knut E. A. Lundin, head physician at Oslo University Hospital. "The improvement seen with a gluten-free diet (in IBS patients) may not be ...

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10.11.2017

Gluten May Not Be the Ingredient in Wheat That's Making You Sick - Mental Floss


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Gluten May Not Be the Ingredient in Wheat That's Making You Sick
Mental Floss
But recent research is starting to bolster the idea that there may be other causes of reactions to wheat, lending credence to the large number of people who report adverse reactions to eating it. A 2016 study pointed to a group of ... This latest study ...

07.11.2017

Cancer research - how a traffic jam causes tumor growth - Medical Xpress


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Cancer research - how a traffic jam causes tumor growth
Medical Xpress
For tissues to cooperate and perform normal functions, cells need to know which way is up. When cells lose track of their orientation, they can start to grow out of control, and develop into cancer. Now, a team of researchers has identified a new ...

20.10.2017

Increased risk of ACL reconstruction found among adolescents in level I sports - Healio


Increased risk of ACL reconstruction found among adolescents in level I sports
Healio
Marianne Bakke Johnsen, MSc, can be reached at Communication and Research Unit for Musculoskeletal Disorders, Oslo University Hospital, Building 37, PO Box 4956, Nydalen, Oslo 0424, Norway; email: m.b.johnsen@medisin.uio.no. Disclosure: Johnsen ...

26.10.2017

Make Prevention a Priority to Reduce the Risk of ACL Injury, Researchers Note - Physical Therapy Products


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Make Prevention a Priority to Reduce the Risk of ACL Injury, Researchers Note
Physical Therapy Products
... especially in level I sports (soccer, handball)," says Marianne Brakke Johnsen, MSc, of the Communication and Research Unit for Musculoskeletal Disorders at Oslo University Hospital and faculty of medicine at the University of Oslo, in Norway ...

12.11.2017

Norway did not send Russian biomaterials to the Pentagon - The Independent Barents Observer


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Norway did not send Russian biomaterials to the Pentagon
The Independent Barents Observer
The Norwegian side strongly rebuffs the allegations about an alleged concealed agenda of the project. «This in no way related to the truth,» says Knut Albert Solem, Communication Adviser at the Oslo University Hospital, in an email to the Barents Observer.

09.11.2017

PCI Biotech: Board of Directors update - Nasdaq


PCI Biotech: Board of Directors update
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Taskén has recently been appointed Head of Institute for Cancer Research at Oslo University Hospital and is therefore not able to continue as a Director of PCI Biotech Holding ASA's Board of Directors. Prof. Taskén has served as a Director since ...

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10.11.2017

ESRD Risk Low for Type 1 Diabetes - Renal and Urology News


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ESRD Risk Low for Type 1 Diabetes
Renal and Urology News
Vibeke Gagnum, MD, PhD student, from Oslo University Hospital in Norway, and colleagues estimated the cumulative incidence of ESRD by linking the Norwegian Childhood Diabetes Registry to the Norwegian Renal Registry. Patients (7871) were ...

20.10.2017

In Norway, risk of SCC after organ transplant has fallen - Medical Xpress


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In Norway, risk of SCC after organ transplant has fallen
Medical Xpress
Syed Mohammad Husain Rizvi, M.D., from Oslo University Hospital in Norway, and colleagues conducted a prospective cohort study involving 8,026 patients receiving a kidney, heart, lung, or liver transplant in Norway from 1968 through 2012. Patient data ...

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23.10.2017

Skin Cancer After Organ Transplant Declining - Renal and Urology News


Renal and Urology News

Skin Cancer After Organ Transplant Declining
Renal and Urology News
Syed Mohammad Husain Rizvi, MD, from Oslo University Hospital in Norway, and colleagues conducted a prospective cohort study involving 8026 patients receiving a kidney, heart, lung, or liver transplant in Norway from 1968 through 2012. Patient data ...