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  • Important to be open to discussing sex with young cancer survivors

    [19 Jun 2018] Feeling unattractive and dissatisfied with their sexual ability - that is reality for many teenage and young adult cancer survivors. Research from Sahlgrenska Academy now gives a voice to a group that often has a difficult journey back to a normal life.

  • Needle release optimal treatment for Viking disease

    [19 Jun 2018] The various treatments for ¿Viking disease¿ are coming under closer scrutiny. Research shows that crooked fingers can be straightened just as well with needle release as with the substantially more expensive commonly used drug.

  • Education and income determine whether women participate in cervical screening

    [11 Jan 2018] The impression that foreign-born women in Sweden more often are excluded from gynecological cancer screening needs to be reconsidered. A study from Sahlgrenska Academy, published in the journal PLOS One, makes it clear that foreign-born women participate to the same extent as women born in Sweden with a corresponding educational level and income.

  • Clear effect of new medicine against severe muscle disease

    [6 Nov 2017] A new medicine against the severe muscle disease spinal muscular atrophy proved to have such good effect on small children that an international study was discontinued early. A team at Sahlgrenska Academy is in charge of the Swedish part of the trial presented in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).

  • Promising drugs for the most serious complications in premature children

    [11 Jul 2016] A new drug based on research at the University of Gothenburg seems to be able to prevent both stroke and severe lung disease in children born extremely prematurely. In a smaller first study in which the drug was administered to premature children, the risk of these complications was cut in half.

  • 121 million from The Swedish Research Council in Medicine and Health

    [3 Nov 2015] The University of Gothenburg gets 121 million SEK in grants from the Swedish Research Council's call in medicine and health. It's an improvement compared to last year.

  • Why is osteoarthritis more common among athletes?

    [3 Nov 2015] Osteoarthritis and reduced range of motion in the hip and groin are more common among athletes and other people who engage in strenuous physical activity. The cause may be microscopic injuries due to high load on the hips and subsequent joint changes. A PhD thesis at Sahlgrenska Academy studied elite soccer and hockey players.

  • Joint Japan Sweden Radioecology Workshop, 2 Sep

    [28 Aug 2015] On September 2 there will be a workshop about research within radioecology at the Department of Radiation Physics, Sahlgrenska University Hospital. This is a joint effort between Japanese and Swedish researchers and presentations will be held from 08:30 to 17:00

  • New model for identifying total hip replacement candidates

    [21 May 2015] Researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy have designed a new model to help doctors and patients decide whether or not to proceed with total hip replacement surgery. The researchers have also surveyed patient wellbeing after surgery: patients with high education achieve greater outcome scores, while those with antidepressant prescriptions do not.

  • Method of delivery affects stabilization of gut microbiota

    [18 May 2015] Bacteria colonize the intestines at the time of birth. But the composition of the gut microbiota is affected by the method of delivery and subsequent consumption of breast milk or formula. Sahlgrenska Academy and the Halmstad County Hospital have completed a joint study on the topic together with BGI in China.

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