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Xtreme Everest

Xtreme-Everest - a collaboration between Duke University USA, University of Southampton and University College London

One in five of us ends up in an intensive care unit. Two fifths of those admitted will sadly die. And a major cause is a lack of oxygen when it is most needed. This unique research exploits the oxygen-thin air at high altitudes to provide critical insights into how intensive care patients might be helped in the future. It could save hundreds of thousands of lives of people with a range of diseases including cancer, diabetes, heart and lung disease, cystic fibrosis and congenital heart disease.



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6th July 2015

Second In Conversation With... piece published

Dr Ned Gilbert-Kawai continues his interviews with John Burnard West

1st July 2015

Come and run with Xtreme Everest!

The Xtreme Everest team will be running in the Bournemouth Marathon again this year.


30th June 2015

In conversation with...

Xtreme Everest's Dr Gilbert-Kawai turns interviewer for new series of papers


22nd June 2015

Xtreme Everest delve into the archives for a story of XE past

We take a look at our archives, starting with Dr Jim Milledge and his medical research expedition experience

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