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Zukunftspreis 2015: How Pulmonary Hypertension Develops
German Federal President Joachim Gauck has awarded a team of researchers and developers from Bayer and the Center for Lung Research at Justus Liebig University in Giessen the Deutscher Zukunftspreis 2015, the President’s award for innovation in science and technology, for developing a life-saving drug product. Professor Johannes-Peter Stasch, Dr. Reiner Frey (both from Bayer) and Professor Ardeschir Ghofrani (Giessen) received the award in recognition of their work in developing a drug product for the treatment of two life-threatening forms of pulmonary hypertension. The film shows how pulmonary hypertension develops. More information on pulmonary hypertension is available here: http://pharma.bayer.com/en/treatment-care/cardiovascular-and-blood-disorders/pulmonary-hypertension/ and http://www.research.bayer.de/de/lungenerkrankungen.aspx and www.deutscher-zukunftspreis.de/en Please subscribe to our channel for more interesting science videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/BayerTVInternational?sub_confirmation=1
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