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Finnish Medicines Agency authorization of first-in-man clinical study with Lymfactin
Finnish Medicines Agency authorization of first-in-man clinical study with Lymfactin

Killer Oestrogen: Lack of GSTM1 Responsible for Oestrogen Related Disorders
In a recent primary study, conducted by GeneSupport, Pune based nutri-genomics lab discovered substantial number of their clients who underwent nutrigenomics analysis for oestrogen, found to be lacking GSTM1 ((Glutathione S-transferase M1) gene in their genetic makeup

Jaako Tuomilehto, MD, MA, PhD, Receives American Diabetes Association's Harold Rifkin Award for Distinguished International Service in the Cause of Diabetes
The American Diabetes Association will present the Harold Rifkin Award for Distinguished International Service in the Cause of Diabetes to Jaako Tuomilehto, MD, MA, PhD

OP-Pohjola Group Research Foundation awards Professor Matti Keloharju and Doctor Matthijs Lof
OP-Pohjola Group Research Foundation has granted its first EUR 20,000 encouragement award to Matti Keloharju in recognition for his major achievements in financing research. The Foundation's annual doctoral dissertation award worth EUR 10,000 goes to Matthijs Lof's Essays on Expectations and the Econometrics of Asset Pricing.

Notice of Ahlstrom Corporation's Annual General Meeting
Ahlstrom Corporation STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE January 30, 2014 at 13.25  Notice of Ahlstrom Corporation's Annual General Meeting

Alma Media Corporation: Olli-Pekka Behm appointed Executive Editor-in-Chief of Satakunnan Kansa
Alma Media Corporation      Stock Exchange Release      11 October 2013 at 2:00 p.m. (EEST)

Probiotic Documentary Film Moves Forward
"After months of planning and discussion, I'm pleased to announce that as of January 21, 2013 the second part of the Microwarriors trilogy, 'Microwarriors: The Origin and the Destiny,' will officially be going into production, according to Executive Producer, David Knight with Health Point Productions.

Professor Martti Kekomäki Receives Pohjola and Suomi Mutual Medical Award
Professor Kekomäki would concentrate surgery to hospitals that already perform many of themIf surgical operations were concentrated in larger units, we could perform more of them with better efficiency and safety, although there are some exceptions

Skolkovo Tech Research Center Selection Process Moves to Next Stage
The Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skolkovo Tech) has invited thirteen outstanding research teams to submit full proposals for the next stage of competition for the first three Skolkovo Tech research centers

OP-Pohjola Group Research Foundation's first merit award to Professor Bengt Holmström
Press Release, 18 April 2012OP-Pohjola Group Research Foundation has granted its first EUR 40,000 merit award to Professor Bengt Holmström for his achievements in economics. At the same time, OP-Pohjola Group Research Foundation and Kyösti Haataja Foundation have distributed some EUR 1.1 million in research grants

Study in JAMA reports significant survival benefit in certain GIST patients taking Novartis drug Glivec® for three years after surgery
Novartis International AG /Study in JAMA reports significant survival benefit in certain GIST patients taking Novartis drug Glivec® for three years after surgery . Processed and transmitted by Thomson Reuters ONE.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

Lightlake Therapeutics Inc. Finishing Patient Testing in Phase II Trial of Patented Binge Eating Disorder Treatment
Lightlake Therapeutics Inc

Research Team Discovers Four-Fold Improvement in Ability to Restore Lymphatic Function With Adenovirally-Delivered VEGF-C Gene Therapy After Lymph Node Transplant Surgery Compared to the Surgery Alone
Lymphedema Awareness Day was established to support the needs of patients with lymphedema and to raise awareness for the need to develop new treatment options

Earth may be surrounded by hundreds of 'tiny moons'
Hundreds of temporary moons may be orbiting earth, which are too tiny and small to be detected easily, researchers say.

Low birthweight may lead to memory, attention problems in adulthood
Premature infants, born with very low birth weight are more prone to suffering from memory and attention problems when they become adults than babies born at a low to normal weight, a study has suggested.

Vitamin C may improve respiratory rate of kids with asthma
Depending on the age of asthmatic children, their exposure to molds or dampness in their bedroom, and the severity of their asthma, vitamin C has greater or smaller beneficial effects, according to a new study.

Zinc lozenges may reduce duration of common colds by upto 40 percent
A University of Helsinki scientist has indicated that zinc lozenges may shorten the duration of common cold episodes by up to 40percent.

Zinc lozenges can cut common cold duration by 40pc
Sucking on zinc lozenges can cut the duration of common cold episodes by up to 40 percent, according to a new study.

High levels of liver, belly fat up risk of heart disease in obese people
A new study has suggested that obese people, who carry high levels of abdominal and liver fat, may face increased risks of heart disease and other serious health problems.

Early substance abuse risk different in girls and boys with ADHD
Boys and girls with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder may differ from each other in their vulnerability to substance use problems, according to a new research.

World forests are becoming denser leading to higher carbon absorption
A new study by U.S. and European researchers has revealed that forests in many regions are increasingly becoming denser leading to higher carbon absorption.

NIB to finance Finland's largest academic library
The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has signed a loan agreement with the University of Helsinki Funds. The loan, totalling EUR 27 million, will be used for the construction of Finland's largest academic library.  

Vaisala Weather Radar Team Wins Finnish Engineering Award
The 2011 Finnish Engineering Award has been awarded to Vaisala's weather radar team. Pentti Karhunen, Henry Andersson, Petri Haapanen, Reino Keränen, Timo Lyly, Juha Salmivaara and Rainer Sanmark receive the award for developing and productizing Vaisala's dual polarization Doppler weather radar. The 25,000 euro Award was announced today in Helsinki.

Novartis drug Glivec® shows significant overall survival benefit for patients with GIST after three years of adjuvant treatment vs. one year
Novartis International AG /Novartis drug Glivec® shows significant overall survival benefit for patients with GIST after three years of adjuvant treatment vs. one year . Processed and transmitted by Thomson Reuters ONE.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

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