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Cervical cancer kills around one hundred patients per year in Switzerland. Currently around 30 to 40% of women do not take part in screening programs and are at risk of developing cervical cancer. Every year, 250 cases are diagnosed.
Gestational diabetes or gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), according to the criteria of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA), is defined as glucose intolerance diagnosed for the first time during pregnancy.
The prevalence of GDM is highly variable depending on the population studied and also depending on the screening threshold used.
However, it is a common condition: in European populations, the prevalence of GDM is around 3 to 6% of all pregnancies.
The pediatric admissions and emergencies division conducts clinical studies to achieve a better understanding of the pathogenesis of certain diseases and to improve diagnosis.
Ongoing studies are about: