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Piperaquine is a long-acting malaria drug that kills residual parasites and decreases the risk of reinfection. A stud...
An Uppsala-led research group has presented the first verified discovery of diamonds in Swedish bedrock. The diamonds...
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Helen Clark, administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), will give this year’s Dag Hammarskjöld...
Professor Magnus Essand at Uppsala University has during six years developed and tested a potential new treatment against neuroendocrine tumours. The treatment consists of an oncolytic virus, which has turned out to be remarkably efficient in destroying neuroendocrine tumours in mice.
With enough funding he will be able to start the world’s first human trials with a genetically engineered virus specifically designed to target neuroendocrine tumours.
Help the research move forward by donating to the Oncolytic Virus Fund.
Resistance to antibiotics is an enormous worldwide problem. Almost all bacteria will become resistant to today’s medicine, and within just a few years we will be faced with unimaginable setbacks, medically, socially and economically. Unless we act now.
ReAct is an independent global network for concerted action on antibiotic resistance based at Uppsala University. Learn more about ReAct here.
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