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IntelGenx Provides Update on Research Collaboration Evaluating Montelukast VersaFilm® for the Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease
IntelGenx Corp. today announced the execution of a Research Grant Agreement with Karolinska University Hospital and that the manufacturing of both active and placebo films are underway in preparation for a planned multicentre, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study (the “Study”) to investigate the use of IntelGenx’s Montelukast VersaFilm ® for the treatment of Parkinsons Disease.
Oncorena Initiates the Phase I-II Clinical Trial with Orellanine in Advanced Kidney Cancer Patients at Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden
Oncorena announced the initiation of the Phase I-II clinical trial of the first-in-class compound orellanine in patients with advanced kidney cancer on dialysis.
Collaboration agreement with Neurosurgery Department of Karolinska University Hospital will further enhance the usage of the company's transformative IRRAflow system to benefit neurocritical care patients in Sweden
Karolinska University Hospital Announces the First Treatment in the Nordic Region of a Brain Tumor With Laser Ablation
On September 17th 2019 Karolinska University Hospital became the first hospital in the Nordic region to use laser ablation technique in the treatment of a patient with a brain tumor.
Karolinska University Hospital Solna Delivers HDR Brachytherapy Cancer Treatments with Varian Bravos Afterloader System
Varian announced that the Karolinska University Hospital Solna in Sweden is the first hospital in Scandinavia to deliver High Dose Rate brachytherapy treatments using the new Bravos™ afterloader system.
ZipLine Medical Announces New Emergency Department Study Showing Significant Time and Cost Savings, and Superior Patient Satisfaction, with Laceration Closure Using Zip® Surgical Skin Closure
ZipLine Medical, Inc. announced presentation of positive results from a randomized, prospective clinical study conducted at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden demonstrating both clinical and economic benefits of the Zip® Surgical Skin Closure device when used in an emergency medicine setting for lacerations.
Moderna Therapeutics, Inc. To Collaborate With Karolinska Institute And Karolinska University Hospital On Discovery Of New Messenger RNA Therapeutics™
Royal Philips Electronics N.V. Partners With The Stockholm County Council And Karolinska University Hospital To Meet Future Demands Of Health Care
Vitamin D Can Help Infection-Prone Patients Avoid Respiratory Tract Infection, Karolinska Institute and Karolinska University Hospital Study
Karolinska University Hospital and GE Healthcare Collaborate to Advance Technologies for Cell Therapy
Antidepressants While Pregnant Linked to Slight Risk of Lung Problem in Babies, Karolinska University Hospital Study
Simpler And Cheaper Antibiotic Prophylaxis With Insertion Of Nutrition Catheter In The Stomach, Karolinska University Hospital Reveals
Anti-Tumor Necrosis Factor Treatment Does Not Increase Cancer Risk In RA Patients, Karolinska University Hospital Study
Infliximab Better than Oral DMARDs as Add-On to Methotrexate in Arthritis, Karolinska University Hospital And Karolinska Institute Study