Masanori Niimi Teiko University, Tokyo has been awarded the 2013 Ig Nobel prize in medicine for research that he and his colleagues took part in. The research showed that listening to Verdi’s La Triviata for transplant coronary artery disease in mice. The second most common cause of death for patient’s receiving a heart transplant.
It’s an important study
Niimi accepted the Ig Nobel prize at Harvard University on September 12. The prize is made up by the science humor magazine Annals of Improbable Research which looks to highlight research that makes people laugh first, then think.
The research revealed that listening to La Triviata for at least seven days after heart transplant the survival time was 26.5 days, in the no treatment group of mice the survival time was seven days.
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