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October 21st 2023
Designed to treat the acne's inflammation, bacteria and follicular hyperkeratinization, IDP-126 has shown significant efficacy compared to standard-care options already on the market.
October 12th 2023
Navigating a New Era of Food Allergy Management
Advances In: Integrating New Treatment Options into Management Plans for Patients with Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis
Evaluating the Recent Advancements in Chronic Kidney Disease Treatment: A Case-Based Approach to Managing CKD and Related Comorbidities
Respiratory Syncytial Virus: Understanding the Infection Burden and Anticipating the Impact of Vaccines
Oncology Briefings™: Coordinating the Long-Term Management of Patients With Multiple Myeloma Between Primary Care and Oncology Practices
Advances In™: The Potential Role of Ultra-Long-Acting Basal Insulin Therapies in Type 2 Diabetes
6th Annual Advanced Practice Collaborative
Clinical Consultations™: Managing Depressive Episodes in Patients with Bipolar Disorder Type II
Expert Illustrations & Commentaries™: Exploring the Role of Novel Agents for the Management of IgA Nephropathy
Patient, Provider & Caregiver Connection™: Implementing an Effective Management Plan to Improve Outcomes in IgA Nephropathy
"The challenge right now is that we have no therapies in the emergency department to treat acute pain, outside of pain medications and IV opioids," Dr. Claudia Morris says in an interview.
Almost 25 years later, Dr. Claudia Morris concluded 2022 by presenting phase 2 data at the 64th ASH Annual Meeting that demonstrated the therapy's benefit, and her original premise. Her team's phase 3 trial evaluating Arg is currently underway.
Sleep expert Dr. Sara Mednick says one of the major goals to improve sleep health isn't simply for health benefits, but because it's essential to repair the daily buildup of toxins that accumulate during each wake period.
"There's no national guidance on how this information should be delivered back to families, which leaves it up to each state's newborn screening program to decide the best route that they see fit," Dr. Corinna Schultz explains.
Updated findings from the ongoing clinical trial investigating lovo-cel in sickle cell disease and persistent anemia allude to the possibility that a contributing factor of anemia was identified.