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  1. A machine to treat drug-resistant depression


    31.7.2017

    The Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown (CCU) has acquired an equipment to treat patients with drug-resistant depression. The treatment consists in applying a magnetic field to the brain, which in turns generates electrical currents in the nervous tissue which are known to have a therapeutic impact on depression.


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  2. Humans of Science: Roberto Keller


    27.7.2017

    Who are today’s scientists? Inspired by the project “Humans of New York”, Ar Magazine turns the spotlight on individual humans of science every month.


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  3. Zach Mainen:“We create this incredibly complicated illusion of the real world that is what we experience all the time”


    13.7.2017

    “There seems to be a big gap between the physical universe, that has these objective properties, and one’s own feelings, sensations – this inner world that no one else has any access to. These two things seem to have nothing to do with one another.” – Zach Mainen


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  4. New test can help many breast cancer patients avoid chemotherapy


    7.7.2017

    “We found that within a group of early breast cancer patients that would traditionally receive chemotherapy, about 46% would be able to forego it according to MammaPrint’s assessment. It’s a very large percentage that will allow us to substantially decrease the number of patients that undergo aggressive chemotherapy treatment without deriving significant benefit from it”. – Fatima Cardoso. Director of the Breast Unit at the Champalimaud Clinical Centre.


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  5. Humans of Science: Pietro Vertechi and Diogo Matias


    29.6.2017

    Who are today’s scientists? Inspired by the project “Humans of New York”, Ar Magazine turns the spotlight on individual humans of science every month.


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