Presentations at the ATS Conference Demonstrate the Value of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation’s Patient Registry

At the 2019 American Thoracic Society Conference this year multiple presentations demonstrated the importance of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation's Patient Registry. About the Registry This registry was created by the Pulmonary…

Continue Reading Presentations at the ATS Conference Demonstrate the Value of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation’s Patient Registry

Companies Announce Plan to Offer Free Genetic Tests for Patients With Suspected WHIM Syndrome or Severe Congenital Neutropenia

According to a story from Business Wire, the biopharmaceutical company X4 Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and the medical genetics company Invitae Corporation have recently announced that they have come into a parternship…

Continue Reading Companies Announce Plan to Offer Free Genetic Tests for Patients With Suspected WHIM Syndrome or Severe Congenital Neutropenia
Positive Results in Mouse Model for Experimental Drug Treating Liver Scarring Associated With Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
Alexas_Fotos / Pixabay

Positive Results in Mouse Model for Experimental Drug Treating Liver Scarring Associated With Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)

According to a story from globenewswire.com, the biopharmaceutical company ContraVir Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has recently announced that its experimental drug CRV431 was able to successfully decrease scarring of the liver in…

Continue Reading Positive Results in Mouse Model for Experimental Drug Treating Liver Scarring Associated With Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
Retired Professor With Multiple System Atrophy Hopes for a Medically Assisted Death
mamamayerle / Pixabay

Retired Professor With Multiple System Atrophy Hopes for a Medically Assisted Death

According to a story from Southwest Journal, retired professor Karen Warren was first diagnosed in 2015 with multiple system atrophy, a lethal neurodegenerative disorder. The disease carries an unpleasant group…

Continue Reading Retired Professor With Multiple System Atrophy Hopes for a Medically Assisted Death

ICYMI: A Good Business Decision vs. The Right Ethical Choice: Conducting Clinical Trials

A recent article written by Craig Klugman debates the ethical obligations pharmaceutical companies have to conduct clinical trials for drugs which have a likely potential to benefit a patient population…

Continue Reading ICYMI: A Good Business Decision vs. The Right Ethical Choice: Conducting Clinical Trials

Study Suggests Female Cancer Patients Have Better Outcomes After Treatment, Experience Worse Side Effects

According to a publication from EurekAlert, a recent study helmed by the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust suggests that female cancer patients tend to live slightly longer following treatment than…

Continue Reading Study Suggests Female Cancer Patients Have Better Outcomes After Treatment, Experience Worse Side Effects
Close Menu