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Dr. Maurice Hilleman – Eine Ausnahmefigur in der Impfstoff-Entwicklung Lucerne (ots) – Einer der entente Wissenschaftler in der Geschichte der Moderne Medizin für Impfstoffe:

D-180420-Medienmitteilung-Weltimpfwoche-DrMauriceHilleman.pdf PDF – 169kB Dr. Maurice Hilleman (1919 – 2005). In seiner 30-jährigen Tätigkeit bei MSD (1956 – 1984) war Dr. Maurice Hilleman was a representative of the Fourth Imports of Human and Tiermedizin. Sein leidenschaftliches Forschen und sein humanistischer Ansatz sind heute no Inspiration für Medizin-Wissenschaftler weltweit. Wir nutze die diesjährigen Aufruf der WHO zur Weltimpfwoche dazu, Dr. Maurice …

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Asklepio's Tumor Center Hamburg takes stock after one year

"The concept has proven its worth and is very well received by patients," said Joachim Gemmel, CEO of Asklepios Clinic Hamburg GmbH. "We will continue to expand the Tumor Center's activities this year and want to become even more attractive for patients and their treating physicians and specialists, with whom we also work closely," Gemmel announces. In addition, the tumor …

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Biology: Mini-fish with small genomes | panoramic

BIOLOGY ⋅ An international research group with participation of the Natural History Museum Bern has sequenced the genome of the world's smallest fish. It was found that the anatomical simplification of the fish is also reflected in its genetic structure. Dwarf bearlings from the carp fish family are only 8 millimeters long and of a larval appearance as sexually mature …

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What rare disease was Andy Rhis killed exactly?

Andy Rhis died of the rare disease MDS. Image: Keystone Little is known about the disease that followed Andy Rhis in recent months, as few people suffer from it. Bring some light into the dark. At first, it was only a disease with regard to the cause of death. Later, it was specified that it was a blood disease that …

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Neuropeptide Y Y1 receptor constructs offer new opportunities for drug discovery against obesity

– Structures of the Human Neuropeptide Y receptor Y1R View answers to drugs Shanghai, February 16, 2016 / PRNewswire / – Overweight is a major public health problem. Every year, millions of people die of obesity-related diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Neuropeptides Y (NPY) is the strongest stimulus for eating, the effect of which is primarily mediated by the …

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Carnivorous bacteria spreads

Buruli wounds: An aggressive infectious disease is currently in Australia The aggressive infectious disease Buruli wounds are currently raging in southern Australia. The disease is caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium ulcerans, a relatives of pathogen leprosy. Doctors still can not explain why "carnivorous wounds" spread epidemically. Diseases Increased by 400 percent Doctors in Australia have urged urgent research to …

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Miniature fish also have small genomes

External Content The following content is provided by external partners. We can not guarantee that this content will be available. All news in brief This content was published 19 April 2018 16:10 19. April 2018 – 16:10 Zwergbärblinge are small fishes, which also have a miniature through, as a new research shows. Natural History Museum Bern (sda-ats) An international research …

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Artificial liver site as a cancer warning system

People often get a cancer diagnosis when the tumor is already well advanced. As a result, the prospect of healing is greatly reduced. To detect such growth in a reliable and early way would save lives and shorten expensive and burdensome therapies. Researcher led by Martin Fussenegger, professor at Biosystems department at ETH Zurich in Basel, has come up with …

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Medicine: Frenchman gets new face transplant | panoramic

MEDICINE ⋅ The French press calls him "the man with the three faces": a Frenchman got a face transplanted for the second time in his life. The Paris-based hospital operator AP-HP talks about a world premiere and three months after the procedure, patient Jrme Hamon showed himself to the public this week. He was very weak in between but felt …

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Medicine: Frenchman gets new face transplant | panoramic

MEDICINE ⋅ The French press calls him "the man with the three faces": a Frenchman got a face transplanted for the second time in his life. The Paris-based hospital operator AP-HP talks about a world premiere and three months after the procedure, patient Jrme Hamon showed himself to the public this week. He was very weak in between but felt …

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