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Donation opens new opportunities for more effective diabetes treatment
Date:2/6/2012

etes, but it will enable us to identify new targets for new, more specific and more effective drugs against diabetes.

"We are very grateful that the af Jochnick family has shown its confidence in us in this way. The generous grant will enable us to hold a long-term perspective in our research projects. This enables us to work with greater boldness, using more advanced technology in experiments in living organisms", says Per-Olof Berggren.

The President of Karolinska Institutet, Professor Harriet Wallberg-Henriksson, welcomes the initiative:

"Karolinska Institutet has a long tradition of world-leading diabetes research, and it is for this reason particularly gratifying that we will now have the opportunity to take our successful research forwards. This very generous grant from the af Jochnick Foundation will give us this possibility."


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Contact: Per-Olof Berggren
per-olof.berggren@ki.se
46-707-295-731
Karolinska Institutet
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