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28. May 2024

Cruciate ligament tear: should one operate or not?

Cruciate ligament tears are one of the most well-known sports injuries. We spoke to Dr Edoardo Calzoni and asked the specialist in general surgery and traumatology at Hirslanden Klinik Aarau some questions about the risk of injury and the various options for treatment.

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Table, clock, food

21. May 2024

Fasting – a miracle cure for diabetes

Intermittent fasting can help even long-term type 2 diabetics to such an extent that they no longer need insulin after just five days and feel “great”.

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Red paragraph in front of wall

15. May 2024

Changes to the terms of use Compassana app 1.5

There have been some small changes in the terms of use of the Compassana app.

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Red paragraph in front of wall

15. May 2024

Changes to the privacy policy Compassana app 1.5

There have been some small changes in the privacy policy of the Compassana app.

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Office

14. May 2024

Showcasing our technology partners: Protect7

Protect7 helps Compassana to protect confidential data. Why we put our trust in this IT and cybersecurity company

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Pink loops

07. May 2024

Key questions on the topic of breast cancer 

Breast cancer is the most frequently occurring type of cancer in women – and in rare cases, also men. Nine out of ten sufferers can be treated successfully. 

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Map

30. April 2024

Question of the month: how does the new Compassana search function work?

The new, user-friendly map search function makes it even easier to customise your treatment team. Maintaining an overview of your treatment team is key to your health care and treatment. This not only saves you money, but also plays a vital role in your treatment.

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Compassana Med Cockpit on PC

23. April 2024

Actively managing your health care journey using the Compassana Med Cockpit

How our web-based information platform is optimising medical treatments

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Citrus fruits

16. April 2024

Does eating “organic” lead to a reduced incidence of cancer?

Does eating “organic” really make you healthier? French research has revealed an interesting correlation.

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