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Q&A With Marco Carbone From University of Cambridge: Developing A Scoring System To Predict Primary Biliary Cholangitis
When treating liver disease every advantage can help doctors get their patients the care they need before the condition progresses further. A recent study looked at the potential of developing a scoring system to look at risks for this patient population.
Interleukin 1 receptor antagonist Anakinra was found to benefit patients afflicted with severe hidradenitis suppurativa, a common skin disorder characterized by excessive inflammation.
The severity of nail and scalp psoriasis was significantly reduced in patients who received twice-daily treatment with Otezla (apremilast, Celgene).
Younger patients may get a bad rep for misusing prescription medications, but they do not make up the prominent group who get the interventions.
Empathy can be an effective tool for reducing pain, according to results from a placebo analgesia study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
Supposedly “unbeatable” eczema (atopic dermatitis) can be successfully treated using tofacitinib, suggest findings published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Researchers have revealed the discovery of a new gene that allows bacteria to become resistant to colistin, considered the “last line of defense” to antibiotic resistance.
Researchers sought to identify characteristics associated with past malpractice lawsuits and how malpractice concerns may affect interpretive practices among dermatopathologists.
Always a brewing topic, coffee drinking has been linked to a lower risk of dying from heart disease.


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