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Umbilical Cord Blood May Contain the Next Eczema Treatment
Although preclinical trials have shown that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are therapeutically effective against atopic dermatitis, actual clinical studies had not yet confirmed it – until now.
What happens when someone with psoriatic arthritis also has fibromyalgia? Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel were determined to find out.
Atopic dermatitis and other inflammatory skin diseases like psoriasis often occur in patients who are also more sensitive to treatment-related skin irritation.
Dermatologists have long advised against giving daily baths to kids suffering from eczema, but new research has debunked that practice – a daily wash is acceptable, followed by plenty of moisturizer.
Novartis conducted a global survey of 8,338 patients with moderate-to-severe psoriasis across 31 countries to assess patients’ perceptions of what constitutes “clear skin.”
While psoriasis has long been linked to other inflammatory conditions, there is little information about psoriasis-related hospitalization.
In patients diagnosed with psoriasis, disease severity has been strongly associated with developing a higher risk of comorbidities affecting the kidney, liver, and pancreas.
Philip J. Mease, MD, and John D. Reveille, MD, discuss the strategies for TNF-inhibitor cycling in spondyloarthritis.
Patients suffering from psoriasis are at increased risk of developing serious infections.

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