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BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 12:59
This post was originally published on this site I-Mab Biopharma is planning the first-in-human U.S. clinical study evaluating the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of its investigational candidate TJC4 as a treatment for solid tumors and lymphoma. The Phase 1/1b trial will explore TJC4 alone and in combination with other therapies, and is expected to launch […]. The post FDA OKs Phase 1 Trial to Test TJC4 in Solid Tumors, Lymphoma appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 12:25
This post was originally published on this site Using the data of pregnant women with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), researchers in China created a predictive model that identifies high-risk pregnancies in these women. The model could help clinicians estimate the risk of an adverse outcome early in the pregnancy and start special monitoring and treatment as […]. The post New Model Helps Estimate Risk of Pregnancy Complications in SLE Patients appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 11:30
This post was originally published on this site Discoveries into molecular mechanisms, risk factors — especially genetic — and advances in potential and repurposed therapies for Parkinson’s disease over the last 20 years are reason to believe that major breakthroughs await the next two decades, a review article by two researchers states.
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 11:00
This post was originally published on this site Reaching for the Stars (RFTS), one of the largest parent-led global cerebral palsy nonprofits, is joining the Cerebral Palsy Foundation (CPF) in a potentially powerhouse merger. The new entity, which will retain the name Cerebral Palsy Foundation, is anticipated to have a significant impact on the cerebral […]. The post Reaching for the Stars Joining Forces with Cerebral Palsy Foundation in Merger appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site Doctors diagnosed me with cystic fibrosis (CF) at 18 months old and I recently turned 29. It’s safe to say I’ve never known a life without it. Growing up, I became accustomed to treatments and pills, my life punctuated by responsibilities in the midst of childhood fun. […]. The post Evolving Toward Becoming Visible appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site In a given week, a full-time employee can work five days and 40 hours or more. With all of these hours, it can feel as though a workplace has become a second home. Pursuing a career that requires at least 40 hours a week can take a toll […]. The post Managing Fatigue in the Workplace appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site It’s roughly 10 weeks until I attempt to run the London Marathon. I say “attempt” as this will be my first marathon. I haven’t even run a half-marathon, and I have a body afflicted with stage IV endometriosis. So, yes, I like a challenge! There is no […]. The post What Marathon Training Is Teaching Me About Patience appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/22/2019 09:45
This post was originally published on this site My wife and I joined our son and his family on a tour of a Southwest Florida nature preserve today. It required riding on an old school bus-swamp buggy for a little over an hour and a half. There were plenty of gators, wild hogs, egrets, and […]. The post My Lemtrada Journey and a 90-minute School Bus Ride appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 22:00
This post was originally published on this site Editor’s note: “Need to Know” is a series inspired by common forum questions and comments from readers. Have a comment or question about MS? Visit our forum. This week’s question is inspired by the forum topic “New MS Therapy Company to Focus on Rejuvenating Coating That Protects Nerve […]. The post Need to Know: What Is Remyelination? appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 16:00
This post was originally published on this site I am in a funk. It took a lot of mental volleying to admit this. I am preconditioned to synonymize feeling down with weakness. This is simply untrue. I am strong. But I am also having a difficult time managing my disease. Both can be true. In […]. The post Faith Amid Funkiness When SPMS Brings the Blues appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 15:39
This post was originally published on this site A blood test measuring the levels of PSA — a well-known marker of prostate cancer — cuts deaths from the disease by nearly 30%, the longest screening study on prostate cancer shows. The study, “Improving Prostate Cancer Screening: 22-Year Follow-up in a Randomized Trial,” followed 20,000 men […]. The post PSA Testing Cuts Deaths, Shows Value of Long-Term Screening appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 14:37
This post was originally published on this site A Phase 1 trial testing the combination of ADCT-402 (loncastuximab tesirine) with Imfinzi (durvalumab) in multiple types of advanced non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma has dosed the first patient. The study (NCT03685344) is for adults with advanced diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL), mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), or follicular lymphoma (FL) who have relapsed or […]. The post First Patient Dosed in Trial of ADCT-402 for Advanced Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 12:25
This post was originally published on this site High activity of an enzyme called chitotriosidase (ChT) before treatment does not correlate with clinical or biochemical parameters in Gaucher disease, according to new research in Brazilian patients. The findings also revealed a marked reduction in ChT activity with 12 months of treatment. The study, “Chitotriosidase on […]. The post GD Biomarker Chitotriosidase Not Associated with Symptom Severity in Untreated Patients, Study Reports appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site Are you thinking about becoming self-employed to help you manage your endometriosis? I recently completed my first self-employed tax return and rented a coworking space because of internet problems. The timing of these two things prompted me to reflect on my experiences as an employee, freelancer, and […]. The post Self-employment Vs. Employment: Which Is Better for Endometriosis? appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site This week, we will consult with the surgeon who will have placed and removed six of my son’s seven port-a-caths. There will not be an eighth foreign object in “MacDonald the Younger’s” body, as it will not see port number eight. His treatment does not require access, and […]. The post Removing Port Number 7 appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site I may not like my body, but I respect it. I often find myself explaining what I mean when I say “I hate my body.” So many people the world over say that all the time. We all have something. You might wish you were taller, that your […]. The post Respecting My Body Despite Friedreich’s Ataxia appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site During these last two weeks, I’ve felt the sickest I have in years. I was admitted into the hospital for a bronchoscopy, intravenous antibiotics, and continuous aminophylline infusion to counteract chest tightness. Amid the nausea, sweats, sleeplessness, pain, bruised veins from botched access attempts, and retching from coughing […]. The post Taking Sick Leave Shouldn’t Cause Low Self-esteem appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site Since my diagnosis of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) nearly three years ago, I have changed in many fundamental ways. While my values and views and the activities I enjoy have stayed the same, my approach to life has been transformed since my diagnosis. I now try to […]. The post Practicing Self-care Doesn’t Mean You’re Being Selfish appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 02/21/2019 09:00
This post was originally published on this site Decreased blood oxygen levels during the six-minute walk test (6MWT) is a risk factor for osteoporosis in patients with non-cystic fibrosis (CF) bronchiectasis, according to a study. The findings also revealed that having a low body mass index (BMI), advanced age, and severe exacerbations also predicted osteoporosis […]. The post Lower Oxygen Levels During Exercise Is a Risk Factor for Osteoporosis in Non-CF Bronchiectasis, Study Reports appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .

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