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Serum Clusterin Levels in Children with Atopic Dermatitis Suggest Potential New Molecule Target
Researchers have reported that higher serum clusterin levels in children may be linked with atopic dermatitis symptom severity.
Survey results suggest nearly one-half of parents whose child had leftover prescription opioids following a surgery or for an illness keep the pain medication in the home.
The Pain Beliefs Questionnaire (PBQ) has proven to be effective as a 32-item survey, but researchers found it is still reliable when cut down to 18 items.
Too much television isn't just bad for kids' heads, it appears to weaken their bones as well, Australian researchers found.
From childhood to adulthood atopic dermatitis is a condition that can have an extremely negative impact on a person's life. Knowing the best way to manage the symptoms can go a long way in improving quality of life issues.
Researchers reported that adults and adolescents with hemophilia A had well controlled bleeding when dosed two or three times weekly with recombinant factor VIII single chain (rVIII-SingleChain).
Researchers discovered a clinically translatable gene therapy protocol, which is a gene delivery system that introduced the production of therapeutic clotting proteins in platelets, so that the inhibition of inactivating antibodies is avoided.
Over the past few months, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved several drugs for the control and prevention of bleeding episodes in patients with hemophilia. Other drug classifications granted included Orphan Drug Status and Breakthrough Therapy designation.
Two new hemophilia drug plant construction plans were initiated over the summer by separate manufacturers, headlines said.

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