Florent de Vathaire and his team have been studying the relation between doses of ionising radiation received to the pancreas during radiotherapy treatment for childhood cancer and the long-term risk of diabetes.
(French) Les résultats d’une étude menée par des chercheurs de l’Inserm (Unité Inserm 1018 « centre de recherche en épidémiologie et santé des populations ») et publiés dans l'International Journal of Cancer, montrent que le risque de cancer du sein est augmenté chez les femmes ayant travaillé de nuit.
The London Olympic Games kick off on July 27th. With around 100 days to go, Inserm wishes to invite you to look into the research that has been done in the fields of sport and health. Various research programs over the last few years have shown the benefits of physical exercise on our health, in […]
With a view to strengthening dialogue into “science and society", Inserm has launched “Health in questions”, a series of public conferences.