SAFE welcomes new members from Luxembourg, Portugal, Georgia and France

SAFE welcomes new members from Luxembourg, Portugal, Georgia and France

During the year SAFE received applications for membership from organisations in Luxembourg, Georgia, Poland and Portugal. France AVC have also applied to rejoin SAFE. At the General Assembly held on 9th December 2016 in Amsterdam, the following membership applications...

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At General Assembly 2016 SAFE elected new board members

At General Assembly 2016 SAFE elected new board members

At yesterday's General Assembly, on 9th December 2016, SAFE delegates voted for the new board members. As SAFE's President Jon Barrick stressed out, much has changed for SAFE over the last 18 months, with a continually growing membership, more paid staff, a closer...

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Diabetes advance: Cells produce insulin upon treatment

Diabetes advance: Cells produce insulin upon treatment

It promises to be a simple and elegant strategy to heal diabetes type 1: Replacing the destroyed beta-cells in the bodies of patients with newly-produced insulin-secreting cells. For years, researchers around the globe tried various approaches with stem or adult cells...

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New drug limits and then repairs brain damage in stroke

New drug limits and then repairs brain damage in stroke

Researchers at The University of Manchester have discovered that a potential new drug reduces the number of brain cells destroyed by stroke and then helps to repair the damage. A reduction in blood flow to the brain caused by stroke is a major cause of death and...

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Stroke Action Plan for Europe