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NDCS launches its first recipe book for patients requiring soft foods after dental treatment3174858National Dental Centre SingaporeNewsgiving-philanthropyndcs-launches-its-first-recipe-book-for-patients-requiring-soft-foods-after-dental-treatmentPress Release7/14/2021 2:00:00 AMGiving & Philanthropy;Tasty Eatshttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page7/14/2021 6:02:28 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Retaining at least 20 teeth at 80 years and beyond3173197National Dental Centre SingaporeNewsregional-health-systemretaining-at-least-20-teeth-at-80-years-and-beyondPress Release7/9/2021 1:00:00 AMRegional Health System;Patient Carehttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page7/12/2021 5:43:17 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Gut microbe secreted molecule linked to formation of new nerve cells in adult brain3156152National Neuroscience InstituteNewsresearchgut-microbe-secreted-molecule-linked-to-formation-of-new-nerve-cells-in-adult-brainPress Release6/28/2021 7:00:00 PMResearchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page6/29/2021 3:55:33 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Blocking critical protein signalling can help liver regenerate after injury from paracetamol toxicity3147809National Heart Centre SingaporeNewsresearchblocking-critical-protein-signalling-can-help-liver-regenerate-after-injury-from-paracetamol-toxicityPress Release6/18/2021 12:00:00 AMResearchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page6/22/2021 9:25:34 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Nearly S$10 million awarded to research on new diagnostic and treatment possibilities for deadly brain tumour3145420National Neuroscience Institute;SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical CentreNewsresearchnearly-s10-million-awarded-to-research-on-new-diagnostic-and-treatment-possibilities-for-deadly-brain-tumourPress Release6/11/2021 4:30:00 AMAwards;Researchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page6/11/2021 2:41:20 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
New artificial intelligence tool invented by NTU, NP and NHCS scientists could speed up diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases3141600National Heart Centre SingaporeNewsresearchnew-artificial-intelligence-tool-invented-by-ntu-np-and-nhcs-scientists-could-speed-up-diagnosis-of-cardiovascular-diseasesPress Release6/7/2021 4:01:00 PMResearchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page6/10/2021 1:15:26 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Early encounter of microbes and fetal immune system during second trimester of gestation3132823KK Women's and Children's Hospital;SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre;SingHealthNewspress releaseearly-encounter-of-microbes-and-fetal-immune-system-during-second-trimester-of-gestationPress Release6/2/2021 6:41:00 AMResearchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page6/2/2021 7:04:11 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Early encounter of microbes and fetal immune system during second trimester of gestation3132903KK Women's and Children's HospitalNewsannouncementsearly-encounter-icrobes-fetal-immune-systemPress Release6/2/2021 3:00:00 AMAnnouncements;Medical News (SingHealth);Patient Care;Research<img alt="" src="/sites/shcommonassets/Assets/News/KKH/240621-585x350.jpg" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />http://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonThe human fetal immune system begins to develop early during gestation, however, factors responsible for fetal immune-priming remain elusive. Using multiple complementary approaches, Dr Florent Ginhoux from A*STAR’s Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), Professor Jerry Chan from KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH), Professor Salvatore Albani from the SingHealth Duke-NUS Translational Immunology Institute, with collaborators from Cambridge University explored potential exposure to microbial agents in-utero. The team identified live microbes across fetal organs that stimulate activation of fetal T-cells during the second trimester of gestation. The study was published in the scientific journal, Cell on 24 June 2021.SingHealth Article Page6/5/2021 5:55:24 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC and Cordlife partner to advance stem cell technology to first in man clinical trial in Singapore3131637SingHealthNewssinghealth-duke-nus-amc-and-cordlife-partner-to-advance-stem-cell-technology-to-first-in-man-clinical-trial-in-singaporesinghealth-duke-nus-amc-and-cordlife-partner-to-advance-stem-cell-technology-to-first-in-man-clinical-trial-in-singaporePress Release5/28/2021 4:01:00 AMResearchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page5/28/2021 4:06:50 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
New Research Institute and Centre Launched to Advance Regenerative Medicine and Develop Cellular Therapies3131188National Cancer Centre Singapore;SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical CentreNewsresearchnew-research-institute-and-centre-launched-to-advance-regenerative-medicine-and-develop-cellular-therapiesPress Release5/21/2021 1:30:00 AMResearchhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommonSingHealth Article Page5/21/2021 1:22:21 AMhttp://authoring.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/sites/shcommon/News/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx

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