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Monkeypox symptoms may be very mild, allowing it to spread 'under the radar' for some time

Monkeypox symptoms may be very mild, allowing it to spread ‘under the radar’ for some time

The monkeypox virus, which has now been diagnosed in hundreds of people in 26 countries, may have been quietly circulating for years before its sudden emergence worldwide, some scientists speculate. Infectious disease experts and scientists at genetic labs are urgently looking for clues to explain why a virus that has been found in West Africa …

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A world first: for the first time, a human liver was treated in a machine and then successfully transplanted

A world first: for the first time, a human liver was treated in a machine and then successfully transplanted

image: Prof. Pierre-Alain Clavien and Prof. Philipp Dutkowski during the transplantation of the liver treated in the machine. view more  Credit: USZ The Liver4Life research team owes its perfusion machine, which was developed in house, to the fact that it became possible to implant a human organ into a patient after a storage period of three …

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