Below are some selected appearances of the Karma study in media
Earlier this month the Swedish national television (SVT) visited the Karma study centre and met with professor Per Hall, principal investigator of Karma CREME-1 and other personal at the centre. Lisa Frimoding, the first included participant in Karma CREME-1 was interviewed and said – “I think it is important to participate in these types of…
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Per Hall meets with the science journalist Karin Gyllenklev to discuss breast tissue composition, breast cancer risk, and medical prevention strategies for breast cancer, during the Göteborg Science Festival
Read the full story and see the interview through the link (in Swedish): https://www.svt.se/nyheter/vetenskap/brostcancer-kan-sparas-och-behandlas-i-forvag
The Swedish nation TV newsrooms visited the Karma study centre and interviewed staff and participants at the launch of the Karisma 2 clinical trial in Lund, Sweden. Get the full story through the link (in Swedish): http://www.svt.se/nyheter/lokalt/skane/friska-kvinnor-ska-fa-cancermedicin-1
One of the largest daily newspapers in Sweden, Dagens Nyheter, publishes an article about the Karma study, including an interview with Karma founder and principal investigator professor Per Hall. The journalist, and moreover Karma study participant, Ussie Hjelm interviews Per Hall about his visions of a future with individualised screening and prevention of breast cancer….
Read and listen to the full story here (in Swedish): https://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=406&artikel=5782346