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Researchers at Aarhus University have cloned minipigs with mutations in a gene that has recently been identified as a direct cause of Alzheimer’s disease. The results are particularly interesting for the pharmaceutical industry.
While the standard treatment is often insufficient to treat stubborn bowel disease, a study has shown that more than 90 percent of patients were completely cured using a new, ground-breaking method.
Assistant Professor Anne Troldborg is not like most research talents. She divides her time equally between research and the patients that the research will hopefully benefit, and she is a master of the art of cooperation and getting the best out of others. These are some of the reasons why Anne Troldborg receives the Skou Award this year.
This topic will be discussed by a panel of researchers, politicians, and pharmaceutical companies at this year’s Medical Innovation Day on 27 October 2022. The event is open to all interested persons.
Almost 7000 people have participated in a national study that examines vaccines efficiency against coronavirus. The results are reassuring, says Professor.
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