Our researcher Marianne Arner has been involved in a research collaboration with KTH, developing a bone patch to fix bone fractures, a method that in time can replace metal screws and plates. A paper on the research is now published in the prestigious journal Advanced Functional Material.
Food allergies are common, but there is still no curative treatment. An attempt is currently underway to cure 20 young people with severe peanut allergies. Caroline Nilsson has been researching allergies for many years and is leading a new study aiming to find a future cure for peanut allergies.
Thomas Nyström and co-authors conclude in their expert article in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology that coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG) is the best method of treating diabetic patients with multivessel disease, instead of using percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).