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Some people live much longer than average, partly thanks to their DNA. A study, published in the European Heart Journal, shows that it could be possible to replicate this genetic gift even for those lacking it. The way is now open to an innovative therapy model capable of preventing and fighting cardiovascular diseases through a real rejuvenation of blood vessels.
GlobeNewswire 07/09/2019 13:54
As we speak, stroke victims are lying in ambulances or in hospital beds awaiting imaging without any form of treatment as their brain continues to die.
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FeedNavigator (EU) 07/05/2019 07:52
Because previous research has implicated mitoNEET in a diabetes, stroke and heart disease, the researchers’ findings may inform the development of new treatments for those tough-to-tackle conditions (credit: WVU.
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Business Wire 07/01/2019 08:00
Thus Boehringer Ingelheim has built a comprehensive program to develop next generation therapy approaches targeting all three key drivers of the disease - steatosis, inflammation and fibrosis.
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The study of all identifiable proteins as a whole also known as proteomics is regarded as one of the most promising fields of biomedical research for the development of new treatments for an almost limitless range of diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease and various forms of cancer.
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PR Newswire 06/27/2019 00:18
Leveraging the platform, the company has built up a robust pipeline of 20 innovative assets in the fields of oncology, ophthalmology, autoimmunity, and cardiovascular diseases.
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The Fast Track designation facilitates the development of new therapies that fill an unmet medical need for serious conditions in an effort to expedite the availability of new treatment options.
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Daiichi Sankyo (Japan) 06/23/2019 11:00
... years of scientific expertise and a presence in more than 20 countries, Daiichi Sankyo and its 15,000 employees around the world draw upon a rich legacy of innovation and a robust pipeline of promising new medicines to help people.
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Similarly, treatments which are reducing the rate of terminal events are penalised.
More from European Medicines Agency - EMEA (EU): 06/17/2019 20:15
Leveraging the platform, the company has built up a robust pipeline of 20 innovative assets in the fields of oncology, ophthalmology, autoimmunity, and cardiovascular diseases.
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Research paves way for new treatment to protect people from cardiovascular disease.
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