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This month’s biosimilars month in review highlights the evolving landscape of biosimilars, emphasizing their potential benefits in terms of safety, cost-effectiveness, and increased treatment options, while recognizing the importance of addressing challenges in adoption and perception.
In a post hoc analysis of the ACCT-2 study, a risk profile using simple hematologic parameters identified patients hospitalized with COVID-19 who benefited most from baricitinib treatment.
The rheumatology month in review highlights cognitive dysfunction in patients with fibromyalgia, explores the impact of obesity on treatment response in rheumatoid arthritis, and evaluates work-related challenges faced by patients with psoriatic arthritis.
Jairath discusses disease clearance and optimal treatment targeting in UC, highlighting what the ongoing VERDICT trial hopes to add to our understanding of improving patient outcomes.
In the final part of our 3-part series, our panel of experts discuss what their fields and its leaders could do to make sure this lack of diversity in trials does not continue. These responses are highlighted in the following video and transcribed below.
In part 2 of our 3-part series on the impact of clinical trials lacking diversity, we are spotlighting responses to our second question, which addresses how the previously established lack of diversity in clinical trials has had a direct effect on the development and application of new therapies or devices in real-world settings.
In part 1 of our 3-part series on the impact of clinical trials lacking diversity, we are spotlighting responses to our first question, which sought to encapsulate the perspectives of our group of experts on how a historic lack of diversity in clinical trials has manifested itself in today’s care of patients from diverse backgrounds.
This article serves as a landing page for our 3-part series spotlighting how a lack of diversity in clinical trials has had a deleterious downstream effect on real-world care for people of color in the US, with perspective from experts across more than half a dozen specialties.
The latest episode of New Insight with Veeral Sheth, MD features a conversation with Brad Doerschuk, the CEO of InFocus Clinical Research, on the important role of contract research organizations in ophthalmology research.
Positive topline results show apraglutide outperformed placebo for relative change from baseline in actual weekly parenteral support volume at week 24 in adults with SBS-IF.
Hosts breakdown a pair of recent publications related to better understanding the strengths and limitations of MARD as well as a study comparing the Dexcom G7 and FreeStyle Libre 3 sensors.