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Multiple sclerosis: a study confirms the involvement of the gut in its development
According to German scientists, the gut may play a role in the development of multiple sclerosis. Cellular phenomena responsible for MS may have been identified in the intes-tines.
Interview with Professor Marc Ychou, Digestive Oncologist – General Director of the Montpellier Cancer Institute
Professor Marc Ychou presents us with all the interest and ways of progress in the use of the circulating tumor DNA technique in order to better monitor patients treated in particular for colorectal or rectal cancers.
Diabetes: a glucose-regulating protein identified
Researchers at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) hope that the S100A9 protein, or Cal-granulin B, may contribute to the development of a new-generation anti-diabetic drug.

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Scientific Days

2019 EDITION

THERAPEUTIC REVOLUTIONS IN ONCOLOGY: HOW TO INCORPORATE THEM?

Every year over two days in November, L'Institut Servier organizes Scientific Days in Paris, which includes a Laureate Symposium and a Scientific Colloquium.

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2019 laureate symposium
November 20th, 2019
Research presentation
by the 2019 Laureates

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2019 colloquium
November 21st, 2019
THERAPEUTIC REVOLUTIONS IN ONCOLOGY: HOW TO INCORPORATE THEM?
Chaired by: Professors Bernard DEVULDER, Dominique BELLET and Philippe ROUGIER
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L'Institut SERVIER is a non-profit association under French law.
Its aim is to promote all forms of scientific and medical knowledge thus contributing to medical progress,
patient wellbeing and physician expectations.

Colloquia
organized

19
th

Laureate
Symposium

4
rd

Grants
allocated

229

Pasteur-Servier-
Weizmann Prize
award

6
th