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The poorest families in Ethiopia cannot afford to bring their newborns to hospital, before it is too late. According to researcher Kristine Husøy Onarheim, free healthcare is the solution.
Director of Global Health Priorities Ole Frithjof Norheim was interviewed about Universal Health Coverage by the Journal of Health Systems & Reform.
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Researchers at the University of Florence had been looking for an new anti-cancer drug, when they realized the old rat poison called Vacor could be the answer to their searches
The CCBIO Director Lars A. Akslen was recently awarded as Honorary Member of the Norwegian Society of Pathology (DNP). Akslen has former been chairman of the association during two periods, 2008-2012.
Henriette Christie Ertsås defends her dissertation “The effects of ageing on microenvironment-contextual epithelialcell signalling” at the University of Bergen
The research process can be arduous, but few projects are also beset by as many natural disasters as the Peanut butter - B12 study by CIH researcher, Tor Strand, and colleagues in Nepal.
According to researcher and doctor, Esperanza Diaz, Migrants are healthier than Norwegians in general. Norwegians may have something to learn from the migrants´ lifestyle.
Article by Katerini T. Storeng, Jennifer Palmer, Judith Daire and Maren O. Kloster
We have just received the very sad news that Professor Jarle Rørvik unexpectedly passed away on March 1st 2018.
Professors from CIH and colleagues presented a workshop addressing most of the indicators from Sustainable Development Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
These researchers have made a sensational finding in cell biology. Adrian Drazic, Henriette Aksnes and Michaël Marie from Thomas Arnesen's group found an enzyme that others have been looking for for 30 years.
CISMAC project in Zambia to be presented at the Christie Conference in Bergen
CISMAC-forskere intervjuet i Bergens Tidende om metode for å redde tidligfødte barn
In 2015, it was estimated that 1 of 10 Ugandan children do not live beyond their fifth birthday and in total, 39,000 new-born die every year.
Halvering i barnedødelighet er den mest grunnleggende positive endringen vi ser innenfor global helse, mener Dagfinn Høybråten, tidligere helseminister og styreleder for vaksinealliansen Gavi.
CISMAC co-organised a symposium on how to incorporate concerns to health equity into randomized control trials (RCTs)
Reflections on the unintended consequences of the promotion of institutional pregnancy and birth care

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