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In order to improve the care provided to teenagers and young adults suffering from cancer, HUG has created a specific oncology consultation.
Excelling for the patient is our daily commitment in order to offer each of you the best possible care, at the cutting edge of medicine.
How can you destroy cancerous cells, block their migration and prevent the disease from developing? Researchers from HUG and the University of Geneva have discovered an innovative strategy.
HUG is part of a research team exploring personalized exoskeleton robots and their application in terms of rehabilitation after a stroke.
Emerging viruses: these words evoke elusive enemies and uncontrollable health crises. An unknown disease hits a corner of the world and has repercussions on global health. Like H5N1or MERS several years ago, Ebola in 2015 and Zika in 2016.
Babies born before the 28th week of pregnancy rarely present serious cerebral lesions thanks to hospital care. However, they have difficulty at school, learn less well, demonstrate lower levels of concentration and find it difficult to interpret emotions.
The vaccination for whooping cough, a highly contagious respiratory disease, is recommended as part of children’s routine immunisation. Unfortunately, immunity weakens over time. Which is why a booster is recommended for teenagers and adults.