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All the latest news and information on the main advances in research, institutional milestones, teaching and management. Find out what happens at the Vall d'Hebron Research Institute!

Researchers have used an innovative protocol to identify people with this autoimmune disease who have a higher risk of cancer.

It will allow the promotion of research on systemic autoimmune-based diseases that especially affect women of childbearing age and, therefore, can also appear during pregnancy.

The study showing how thrombocytopenia increases the risk of thrombosis in patients with antiphospholipid syndrome has been considered the best paper published in 2021.

Deu investigadors i investigadores de Vall d’Hebron presenten xerrades i tallers en una jornada de divulgació científica per donar a conèixer la recerca i la innovació.