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NHRI scientists harness nanoparticles to improve use of weight loss drug s by reduc ing their side effects

NHRI has established a novel application of MSNs, enhancing the utility and market development of lipase inhibitor-based anti-obesity drugs by reducing their side effects and elevating life quality

National Health Research Institutes and Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Takeda Pharmaceuticals Company Limited, join forces in the area of genome research to develop rar

National Health Research Institutes and Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary o

Sharing Taiwan’s Experience in Areca Nut and Betel Quid Control

Sharing Taiwan’s Experience in Areca Nut and Betel Quid Control December 14, 2020 Or

A Novel Chemotherapy Regimen (SLOG) in Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer with Promising Efficacies

A Novel Chemotherapy Regimen (SLOG) in Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer with Promising Efficacies

A Safer Opioid Painkiller with Low Side-Effects ─NHRI has discovered a series of opioid receptor/nociception receptor dual agonists with fast and potent antinociception, fewer side-effects than morphi

A Safer Opioid Painkiller with Low Side-Effects ─NHRI has discovered a series of opioid receptor/

Ischemic stroke causes dementia? The biomarker for post-stroke dementia

Ischemic stroke causes dementia? The biomarker for post-stroke dementia Oct 19, 2020 Stroke is

“Are you addicted to mobile gaming?” The National Health Research Institutes announces the development of the World’s First Problematic Mobile Gaming Questionnaire

“Are you addicted to mobile gaming?” The National Health Research Institutes announce

Seeing through your brain: high-end biomedical imaging modality for translational research in brain mapping

Seeing through your brain: high-end biomedical imaging modality for translational research in brain m

Efficient treatment of recurrent hepatitis B complications can save lives and money: NHRI researchers

Scientists with Taiwan’s National Health Research Institutes (NHRI) and National Taiwan Univers

Frequent drinking associated with risk of head and neck cancer: NHRI study

Higher frequency and amount of alcohol use are associated with an increased head and neck cancer risk

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