Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care

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A new study recently published in Cancer studied all individuals born in Norway over a 20-year period (1965-1985), and compared those who received a cancer diagnosis before age 25 with those without cancer, with regards to receipt of governmental financial assistance, employment, income- and occupation discrepancies.
The last follow up patient has been tested today at Hammel Neurocenter. With the last follow up data collection is concluded and the analyses can start. Therapists report that the follow up examininations 3 months after the intervention were a good experience for most patients.
For people with dementia it is common to experience neuropsychiatric symptoms, such as delusions, hallucinations and agitation. This study aims to investigate the relationship between pain and psychosis and agitation.