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...  It is likely that Nathaniel caught TB from the family's eldest son who is also recovering from a form of TB that is resistant to drugs, know as multi-drug-resistant TB (MDR-TB). Most families ...
... begin quickly, Oramasionwu added. For people with drug-resistant tuberculosis, it usually takes 18 months of treatment with drugs that are more toxic, less effective and more expensive than the drugs ...
... are, their organs are supported by the ventilator, by the anesthesiologist administering fluids and giving drugs to be sure the blood pressure and the blood flow is maintained, but it's not life support ...
... effects that other drugs don't offer, though more research is needed into that potential aspect. He said it's not clear if laquinimod's modest effect on relapse rates is "clinically meaningful," which ...
... 2008 quickly turned into a crisis. That's because the other companies cannot quickly pick up the slack. Methotrexate is just one of 283 drugs currently in short supply. Those include 27 new shortages reported ...
... keep this a priority,” Ms. Jensen said. So far this year, at least 180 drugs that are crucial for treating childhood leukemia, breast and colon cancer, infections and other diseases have been ...
... are at high risk for fractures, other drugs should be considered, she added. Women taking this drug should also be taking calcium and vitamin D supplements, and having their bone density monitored, Cheung ...
... of the visual gains we have recorded were due to the transplanted cells, the use of immunosuppressive drugs, or a placebo effect." That is crucial and shows why further larger trials are needed. As I've ...
...  There are no approved drugs for either disease. One safety concern in using embryonic stem cells is that if any of the cells get into the body, they could form tumors. The researchers ...
... focus instead on two experimental cancer drugs. Meanwhile, ACT is pushing ahead with its blindness study. The company said Monday that surgeons in London injected a patient with Stargardt disease last ...
... later. That's what my next guest advises, what he calls mindfulness based cognitive therapy, or mindfulness meditation, a practice, he says, can sometimes be as effective as drugs and staving off recurring ...
...  A class of drugs, bisphosphonates, which includes Fosamax, has been found to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. But medical experts no longer recommend the medicines to prevent osteoporosis ...
... spines. A class of drugs, bisphosphonates, which includes Fosamax, have been found to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. But medical experts no longer recommend the medicines to prevent ...
... and exercise and treated with bone-building drugs. Nearly half of all women older than 50 will break a bone because of osteoporosis, according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation. The government task ...
... of 15 visits. A second group was assigned to take common pain relievers like acetaminophen and — in some cases, at the discretion of a doctor — stronger drugs like narcotics and muscle relaxants. The third ...
... get relief from these drugs, narcotic pain medications and muscle relaxants were offered. The third group was assigned two one-hour sessions of home exercise. The goal of the home-exercise program was ...
... she was taking to prevent these attacks was losing its effect, so her doctor suggested she switch to Tysabri, one of the newer, more potent “disease-modifying drugs,” which reduce the severity and frequency ...
... means-testing after 12 months. 'Debilitating'Under the government's original proposals, only those patients whose chemotherapy drugs were injected into a vein, the abdomen or the spinal canal would automatically ...
... according to new recommendations by NHS managers. GPs are being urged to limit prescriptions of erectile dysfunction drugs under new guidelines from... 7 December 2011 Last updated at 11:59 ...
... it and other types of dementia, according to Alzheimer's Disease International, the umbrella group of Alzheimer's associations around the globe. Meanwhile, just four drugs have been approved by the Food ...
... Victims of severe concussions are imaged quickly to pinpoint internal bleeding. Stroke patients are scanned to gauge whether clot-busting drugs will be effective. And surgeons can locate and map their ...
... the process: The medicinal approach. While the goal should always be to find the root cause of pain, medication can be used to provide short-term relief. Different drugs address various aspects of the ...
... cells also end up being very interesting because you can make disease-specific cells. So you can take a disease and actually study it in a dish, a disease in a dish, and then try to find drugs that would ...
... a younger age, men — especially those over 70 — are also at risk and even less likely than women to have the disease diagnosed and treated. New Perspective on Treatment When drugs called bisphosphonates ...
... who take certain drugs for heart disease cannot use the popular pills. "There's a real unmet clinical need," Rogers said. Initial findings showed two-thirds of men who underwent the 1- to 2-hour procedure ...
... Twenty-four rounds of chemotherapy with 18 different drugs couldn't stop its spread. A transplant with Zayas' own bone marrow did nothing. He needed a transplant with someone else's marrow or he would ...
... Twenty-four rounds of chemotherapy with 18 different drugs couldn't stop its spread. A transplant with Zayas' own bone marrow did nothing. He needed a transplant with someone else's marrow or he would ...
... decisions. We can be minimalists, preferring to do as little as possible, or maximalists who aggressively pursue treatment. We can be technology enthusiasts, seeking the newest drugs or procedures, or ...
... Liver transplants are also often necessary and, in the past year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved two new drugs for neuroendocrine tumors -- sunitinib and everolimus. While Jobs lived ...
Two advisory panels of the Food and Drug Administration will consider on Friday whether to recommend requiring women who use popular bone drugs like Fosamax to take “drug holidays” because of rising concerns ...
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