Monthly Archives: September 2014

Thursday 30 september, 2014

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Monday 29 september, 2014

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September 29th 2014: World Heart Day

World Heart Day, held on 29 September each year, is aimed at increasing the general public’s awareness of the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases and thus helping to prevent them.

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Friday 26 september, 2014

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Thursday 25 september, 2014

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September 26th 2014: World Contraception Day

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World Contraception Day will take place this Friday, 26 September.

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Inserm is celebrating its 50th anniversary: Key events for the remainder of this year

To mark its 50th anniversary, Inserm is meeting the public and organising many events all over France. An opportunity to better understand the current issues in research with the help of the Institute’s staff, partners and supervisory bodies.

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Wednesday 24 september, 2014

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Tuesday 23 september, 2014

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Ebola virus : research update

The Ebola epidemic is continuing to spread across West Africa. In March 2014, Guinea notified its first cases of Ebola virus illnesses to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Since then it has spread across borders, to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Researchers at Inserm (the P4 Laboratory in Lyon) and the Pasteur Institute revealed, in an article published last April in The New England Journal of Medicine, using samples originating from Guinea, that the virus currently spreading in West Africa is actually a variant of the Ebola virus identified in the Republic of Congo and the Gabon.

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