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  • Polatuzumab Vedotin Addition Makes Stark Difference for DLBCL Patients, Studies Show
    This post was originally published on this site Adding the investigational treatment polatuzumab vedotin to a therapy of Bendeka (bendamustine) and Rituxan (rituximab) made patients with relapsed or refractory diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) respond better to the treatment. The clinical trial investigating the treatment also indicated that the triple-combination allowed patients to survive longer. […]
  • Corbus Obtains US Patent for the Way Anabasum Combats Inflammatory Diseases
    This post was originally published on this site Corbus Pharmaceuticals has obtained a U.S. patent for the way that its therapy anabasum works to combat lupus, systemic sclerosis, cystic fibrosis and other inflammatory diseases. The protection that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Corbus for the therapeutic process that anabasum uses will run through 2034. Anabasum is a synthetic […]
  • Scientists Control Stem Cells’ Change to Neurons, a Potentially Valuable Tool for Huntington’s
    This post was originally published on this site Embryonic stem cells have been seen as a potential therapeutic strategy for several diseases. However, the manipulation of these cells has been a challenge for scientists due to their complex regulatory systems. In a study published in Nature Communications a team led by researchers at the Cologne […]
  • Tips to Prevent Endometriosis Burnout
    This post was originally published on this site Every 15 minutes or so, my Mac pops up with a message: “Your iCloud storage is full” or “Your hard drive is full.” I click “Manage” and then “Force quit.” Why? Because I don’t have the time to deal with it. This is the perfect analogy for […]
  • How I Celebrate My Cancerversary
    This post was originally published on this site Growing up, I was not extremely crazy about birthdays. Of course, I thought they were fun and a wonderful excuse to get together with some of my favorite people, but I was never the type of person who envisioned their birthday as the best day of the […]
  • Neither I Nor Others Have Time for Chronic Illness
    This post was originally published on this site As I sit down to write this column, I am wiping away tears of frustration. I hope that getting all of my thoughts down on paper will help. I’ll be candid: I am angry at my chronic illness. I don’t have time for it, and neither do […]
  • Advances in MRI Readings
    This post was originally published on this site My neurologist orders an annual MRI to see if any major changes have occurred, and last year my imaging included NeuroQuant software. NeuroQuant is still relatively unknown in the multiple sclerosis patient community. It is a measuring software that gives us real numbers we can comprehend instead […]
  • Radicava and Its Decisive Phase 3 Trial Among Presentations at ALS/MND Meeting This Weekend
    This post was originally published on this site Additional data on Radicava (edaravone) and the clinical trial that led to its approval to treat amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) will be presented in oral and poster presentations at the 28th International Symposium on ALS/MND that opens in Boston on Friday. Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America announced that its one oral presentation, […]
  • Partners in Huge Cannabis Therapy Operation Planned for Australia Apply for Licenses
    This post was originally published on this site Two companies that plan a huge cannabis-growing and research facility in Australia have applied for licenses to run the operations, whose products could benefit multiple sclerosis patients. MYM Nutraceuticals and PUF Ventures Australia asked the Australian Office of Drug Control for both medical cannabis and cannabis research licenses. The applications come at a […]
  • This Company Helps Breast Cancer Patients Navigate Medical Decisions
    This post was originally published on this site ConsumerMedical, a company whose mission is to provide critical needs patients with a medical ally, offers hope to breast cancer patients and others who need the best possible medical care. It teams up with patients to help guide them through a process that can often feel overwhelming. […]