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Vibeke Vind May 12
He pioneered technology that fueled the Human Genome Project. Now his greatest challenge is curing his own son.
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#MillionsMissingDenmark 12h
OMF Founder and CEO/President Linda Tannenbaum is coming to Denmark Speaking at Valby Kulturhus in Copenhagen on Sunday, 2 June 2019 from 14-16 pm. Open to the public. Registration: ema@me-foreningen.dk
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#MillionsMissingDenmark May 13
in Denmark: Info for Danish Doctors: Published ME/CFS Research in the month of April 2019.
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Andreas Rudkjøbing 9h
Briefing for delegates ahead of the World Health Assembly in Geneva. Exciting topics on the agenda, such as Universal Health Coverage, vaccines and antimicrobial resistance
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Tom Erik Stålung May 17
In Sweden, tobacco-related mortality among men is much lower than other countries in Europe. What’s behind this paradox?
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#MillionsMissingDenmark May 18
(Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Chronic Fatigue: Three Distinct Entities Requiring Complete Different Approaches. Chronic Fatigue is NOT ME...!!
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Vibeke Vind May 14
Nature Briefing: Now, Davis pursues a different calling: to cure myalgic encephalomyelitis, or chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).
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#MillionsMissingDenmark 9h
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𝙹𝚘𝚜𝚑 𝙼𝚘𝚛𝚝𝚎𝚗𝚜𝚎𝚗 May 14
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Ulrik Gerdes May 10
Har vi ikke også det problem i Danmark? :: "Yet the NHS is failing to make the most of its data because there aren’t enough people with the right analytical skills to make sense of the information that is being collected" :: :: Se
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whyhowtodo.blogspot.com May 10
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Mads Bølling May 15
argues for Health Promition 2.0 at The Future of Health Promotion and Health Promotion Research seminar. Follow the LIVE stream at
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Vibeke Vind May 12
BELLE and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch joined hundreds in George Square taking part in a mass ‘lie down’ to make a plea for more NHS specialists for a debilitating health condition.
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Sri Sai Das May 15
Congratulations to and all the “activists” and to all the youngsters under 21, who get a chance for better, healthier and long life.
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Lene Christiansen May 12
. Article just published in PNAS. Read a bit more about Ron Davis from Stanford and the nanoneedle. It can separate people with from healthy controls.
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#MillionsMissingDenmark May 12
in Denmark: We are the Millions Missing: 14.000 Danes with . Right now we're in the streets of Copenhagen to tell our story. No cure. No treatment. No doctors in Denmark.
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Sygeplejeenheden ouh May 13
Happy nurses Day from the oncology department at .
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Kim Agerholm Brogaard May 11
I show full solidarity and support with and doctors in communal hospitals in Germany fighting for better and reasonable working conditions. Its fundamental! Keep up the fight!
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Poul Birch Eriksen May 17
More than 20% of patients do not receive treatment within the recommended time frame. New annual monitoring report from the Danish Health Data Agency shows no improvement over previous years
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Kim Agerholm Brogaard May 11
When you vote in the European elections you choose your future. Only 35% of people aged 24-31 voted in 2014. You choose who makes decisions and what they mean for the sort of world you want to live in. If you don’t vote, you have no say
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