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December 05, 2021  

June 06, 2008
Psoriasis - 10 Year Clinical Experience Confirms Raptiva’s Long-Term Safety Profile
Safety data from 10 years of clinical development and postmarketing experience in patients treated with Raptiva® (efalizumab) have confirmed the favourable safety profile of Raptiva® in long-term treatment of patients with moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis.
- Medical News Today
April 23, 2008
New melanoma shock
MELANOMA of the head and neck is the most deadly form of the disease.
- heraldsun.com.au
March 20, 2008
Wound care must get to the right people on time
Wounds affect many thousands of people each year causing pain, discomfort, infection...
- icWales
September 25, 2007
Omega-3s Guard Against Type 1 Diabetes
Youngsters at high risk for developing type 1 diabetes might be able to prevent the disease by eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a new study suggests...
- US News & World Report
August 10, 2007
A New Front in the Fight Against Rosacea
About 14 million Americans are afflicted with rosacea, a chronic inflammatory condition sometimes referred to as "adult acne"...
- US News & World Report
July 31, 2007
Use of Increasingly Popular Treatment for Wound Healing Questioned
The use of Wound VAC therapy is examined...
- Newswise
July 26, 2007
Scientists Make Strides Against Melanoma
Melanoma remains a stubborn foe, with doctors reporting limited success in preventing the sometimes fatal skin cancer and even less success developing a cure...
- Medical News Today
July 16, 2007
Could a Suntan be Protective?
Although sunscreen is still essential, recent research at the Harvard-affiliated Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston has put tanning in a different light...
- Newswise
June 07, 2007
Simple Guide Helps Diabetics Manage Their Meds
An easy-to-follow guide can boost the number of diabetes patients who take their cholesterol-lowering statin medications as prescribed, according to a new Mayo Clinic-led study...
- The Washington Post
May 23, 2007
Gel Made From Patient’s Own Blood Aids Healing
A topical gel derived from a patient's own blood may help wounds heal more quickly and completely, according to a new preliminary study...
- HealthDay News
April 23, 2007
A Little Tai Chi Can Go a Long Way Against Shingles
Older people who practice tai chi may be better equipped to fight off the virus that causes shingles or, if they do get the disease, may have a milder case of it...
- The New York Times
April 10, 2007
Type I Diabetics Live Without Insulin in Stem Cell Experiment
Thirteen young diabetics in Brazil have ditched their insulin shots and need no other medication thanks to a risky, but promising treatment with their own stem cells...
- CNN Health
March 29, 2007
Oxygen-concentrating Wound Dressing Delivers a Breath of Fresh Air to Hard to Heal Wounds
Archimed just launched Oxyzyme™, an active hydrogel wound dressing that transports dissolved oxygen to the wound...
- HealthCare Republic
March 08, 2007
Cancer-Fighting Gene Guards Against Sun Damage
Gene jumpstarts tanning process, which protects against skin cancer...
- HealthDay News
March 01, 2007
New Wound Dressing Contains Broad-Spectrum Antibacterial Agent
MedWrap's Island Wound Dressing with Microban provides potent protection against bacteria without the toxicity, skin discoloration or leaching into the wound of other, more costly wound covers...
- ThomasNet News
January 31, 2007
Burn Hospitalizations On The Rise
U.S. Hospital admissions for burns rose by nearly 22 percent between 2000 and 2004
- Medical News Today
November 06, 2006
Simple Steps Safeguard Diabetics’ Feet
The estimated 20 million Americans with diabetes need to remember that simple foot care can reduce their risk of toe, foot or leg amputations...
- Forbes
October 25, 2006
Diabetes, Lifestyle can Increase Risk for PAD
Like many other diabetics, Todd, 64, has peripheral arterial disease...
- The News Journal
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