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Indian Prime Minister visits the Champalimaud Foundation

Within the scope of an official visit to Portugal, Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, visited the Champalimaud Foundation on Saturday, 24 June, together with António Costa, Prime Minister of Portugal.

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  1. World Cancer Day


    4.2.2013
    A group of international experts has called on governments to take urgent action to halt a catastrophic increase in death and suffering from cancer across the globe, and to deliver on commitments they made at the World Health Assembly in May 2012 to cut premature deaths from non-communicable diseases, including cancer, by 25% by 2025.
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  2. 6th Annual Champalimaud Day Symposium in India


    1.2.2013
    The Champalimaud Foundation’s C-TRACER – Champalimaud Translational Centre for Eye Research – network celebrated its fifth anniversary on January 30th with the 2013 Champalimaud Day Symposium in Hyderabad, India.
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  3. CNP investigators involved in European Commision FET Flagship Project


    28.1.2013
    CNP’s Zachary Mainen and Rui Costa to participate in Human Brain Project
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  4. January 2013 Newsletter


    15.1.2013
    News and reports from January 2013.
    CF Newsletter January 2013

  5. Fundação Champalimaud fazer ciência para prevenir e tratar doenças


    1.12.2012
    Mais Médis (Portuguese language)
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  6. New comprehensive solution for non-invasive surgical procedures unveiled


    29.10.2012
    Champalimaud Foundation clinicians involved in assessment of new EDGE™ Radiosurgery Suite
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  7. Radioterapia de dose única tratou 150 doentes


    20.8.2012
    Diário de Notícias (Portuguese language) reports on the success of the single dose radiotherapy treatment offered at the Champalimaud Clinical Centre.
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  8. Investigação: Os melhores da ciência em Portugal


    7.2.2012
    Expresso (Portuguese language) reports on the awards received by the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme’s, Rui Costa, Megan Carey, and 3 other Portuguse scientists, from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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