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  • Type 2 diabetes more common in men with early puberty

    [24 Mar 2020] Type 2 diabetes is more common in men whose puberty took place early, a University of Gothenburg study shows. An association may also be seen between low age of puberty and an elevated risk of the disease, if it develops, requiring insulin treatment.

  • New findings boost understanding of arterial aneurysm

    [16 Mar 2020] Abdominal arterial (or aortic) aneurysm in older men is associated with levels of certain subtypes of white blood cells, a study from the University of Gothenburg shows. The study results belong to an expanding research field that is expected improve both knowledge of the disease and treatment options.

  • Risk of recurrent fractures lowered by new care routines

    [27 Feb 2020] Older people¿s risk of recurrent fractures decreases by 18 percent if the care they receive is more structured and preventive, through fracture liaison services. This is shown by a study from the University of Gothenburg.

  • New professor of global health seeks change

    [18 Feb 2020] As a doctor he met up to 100 patients daily, with a stethoscope as the only equipment. The experience boosted his interest in public health and how to help more people at a higher level. After a long journey from Yogyakarta in Indonesia to Umeå in northern Sweden, he has now arrived in Gothenburg. Meet Nawi Ng, the Institute of Medicine¿s new professor of global health.

  • An algorithm that learns to diagnose genetic disease

    [17 Feb 2020] Scientists from the fields of physics and medicine the University of Gothenburg and Nova Medical School in have collaborated to find a way of using machine learning to help diagnose patients with elevated cholesterol levels.

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