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Researchers from the Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management of the Erasmus University Rotterdam have done a systematic literature review using scientific databases to retrieve publications on the needs and preferences of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis patients when making treatment decisions. The publications analysed shed light on the patients’ needs and preferences regarding treatment decisions.   The literature review suggests that for multiple sclerosis patients the most important treatment characteristics...

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Optogenerapy sterilization methods Lodz University of Technology

Optogenerapy partner Lodz University of Technology has attended at the Annual Conference of Biomaterials in Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, which has taken place in Rytro, Poland, on 2018 October 11-14. During the Conference, members of the Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry from theLodz University of Technology have presented the poster “Potential Sterilization Methods for Implantable Device for Therapeutic Delivery”,  a thorough review of potential methods...

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Optogenerapy Journal Genetics Medicina

Optogenerapy partners published the paper “From Photobiolumination to Optogenerapy, Recent Advances in NIR Light Photomedicine Applications” at the Journal of Molecular and Medicine. The paper, signed by Vanessa Pierroz and Marc Folcher, scientists and lectures from the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering at ETH Zurich, reviews the use of near-infrared (NIR) light in medical applications and explain how Optogenerapy profits from this kind of...

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optogenerapy LOPEC Poster

Munich, 14th March, 2018 – Optogenerapy partner Mohammad Mashayekhi from Eurecat has presented the poster "Compact Low-resistance Screen-printed Flexible Antennas for NFC Applications” at LOPEC 2018, the world’s leading event and the most important congress for the printed electronics industry covering all areas of the value chain.   The poster addresses the technology used by Eurecat for the development of the electronics of the Optogenerapy’s solution from...

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The paper “Optogenerapy: When bio-electronic implant enters the modern syringe era”, breaking down the latest advances of the multidisciplinary technologies behind Optogenerapy’s project, has been published at Porto Biomedical Journal by Fanny Michel and Marc Folcher, two scientifics and lecturers from the Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering of ETH Zurich. ETH Zurich is one of the top leading international universities for technology and natural...

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