By Pietro L. Vernazza and Edwin J. Bernard: Eight years ago, on January 30th 2008, the Swiss Federal Commission for AIDS-related Issues (“the Commission”, now the Swiss Federal Commission for Sexual Health) published a statement which – in the field of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) – rapidly received the name “The Swiss statement”.
By Nina Braun, et al.: Obesity may, counterintuitively, be protective and associated with greater survival in certain groups of people, such as the very elderly or those with certain chronic diseases – the “obesity paradox”. This article … [read more...]
By Yishan Sun and Ricardo E. Dolmetsch: New laboratory techniques and collaborative efforts in psychiatric genetics are catalysing a rapid growth in knowledge around the neurobiological basis of mental and behavioral disorders. Among these new … [read more ...]
By Adelaida Sarukhan, et al.: The number of studies addressing mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) biology and their capacity to treat a broad range of human diseases at the preclinical and clinical level has grown exponentially in the last two decades, with … [read more ...]