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Existing Data Has Researchers Optimistic about Reslizumab for Severe Asthma
“With the development of monoclonal antibodies that neutralize specific cytokines and the aid of biomarkers, new avenues for the treatment of asthma have been explored.”
Personality traits such as being calm and organized are associated with types of uveitis, researchers in India found.
Researchers at The Scripps Research Institute mapped a key protein in Hepatitis C to determine why so many previous attempts at a vaccine had fallen short.
Adulthood for juvenile idiopathic arthritis patients doesn’t eliminate the risk for uveitis-related visual complications, but a recent Dutch study reported that for most the outcomes appear to be “fairly good.” The caveat, however, was that one-third of the patients in study became visually impaired or blind in one eye as young adults.
A vaginal ring can protect women from HIV infection but women who are in physically abusive relationships fear using it.
Direct current stimulation can improve certain reaction times in MS patients.
Metered dose inhalers with a dose counter integrated could reduce the number of visits to emergency departments.
Atopic dermatitis comes with added infection risk.
There is significant competition among companies developing treatments for diabetes. In spite of that, the common goal for all treatments is to help the growing number of patients developing the condition to better control their symptoms and overall health.

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