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stroke data

Improving stroke data analysis provides more reliable comparisons of hospital performance

Improving the way data from patients with stroke are collected and analysed avoids misleading comparisons of hospital performance, according to latest research from Monash University.

Medicine & health

New peanut allergy treatment now in clinical trials

Allergy group

A new peanut allergy treatment developed by Monash researchers is now beginning clinical trials in Melbourne and Adelaide. If you would like to participate, see contact details at: www.aravax.com.au/product-development.html

Clinical Sciences

Congratulations to Professor Paul Myles on winning Clinial Trial of the Year!

Professor Paul Myles has won Clinical Trial of the Year, awarded by the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance.  The award was presented by the Federal Health Minister, the Hon Greg Hunt MP, on Friday 19 May 2017.

Clinical Sciences

Monash discovery may help unlock the key to infertility in older women

Women in their 40s are closer to enjoying low-risk pregnancies after researchers discovered a key reason older mothers were more likely to have problems. This research published today in Nature Communications may finally resolve, and potentially provide answers, as to why these women have higher incidences of miscarriage and have babies with chromosomal abnormalities.

Biomedicine Discovery Institute
Saudi accident

International trauma program to reduce burden of injury

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia records approximately 526,000 road accidents per annum - 7,900 people die each year due to road trauma and over 40,000 people are injured every year. The death rate from road accidents, per head of population, is five times higher than in Australia. This significant burden of injury endured by the Saudi people has been recognised by the Kingdom of Saudia Arabia as preventable.

Clinical Sciences
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