A new Swedish cancer ‘atlas’ could glean information, like markers of disease, that can be used to develop cancer drugs and diagnostics.
In a cancer research break-through, scientists have found 100 genes in cancer cells that are required in order for cancer immunotherapies to work.
In a breakthrough for regenerative medicine, a tiny device that sits on the skin and uses an electric field to reprogram cells can treat injured or ageing tissue, including in our brains.
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Norway’s largest health cluster is rebranding. “We have passed 200 members and are now taking a national position to lift the Norwegian health industry internationally,” says Kathrine Myhre, CEO of Norway Health Tech.
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With new ways to look in to the body or even visualize what’s inside as a hologram from the outside, the Intervention Centre performs advanced minimally invasive surgery. For medtech companies eager to test their solution in real life this unit serves as a gateway to the Hospital.
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Artificial Intelligence is promising to significantly shorten the amount of time and money it takes to develop new medicines, some fresh reports explain.