biological therapy


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biological therapy

Therapy with immunologically active agents.
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Cominelli, "Natalizumab in the treatment of Crohn's disease patients," Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy, vol.
Park, "Cost-effectiveness of adalimumab, infliximab or vedolizumab as first-line biological therapy in moderate-to-severe ulcerative colitis," BMJ Open Gastroenterology, vol.
of biological therapy molecules is more in the phase III of clinical trials compared to chemotherapy.
The Impact of the Length of the Biological Therapy on T-Cell Subsets in Long-Term-Treated RA Patients.
Although many different procedures using biological therapy have shown favorable results, most are still under investigation.
| TREATMENT CAN WORK Bowel cancer can be treated using a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and, in some cases, biological therapy. If diagnosed at the earliest stage, bowel cancer can be treated successfully, with nine out of 10 people surviving for more than five years.
e focus will be on the mechanisms of autoimmunity that cause rheumatoid arthritis to start, and why it doesn't stop, resulting in chronic in|ammation in the joints that can't be suppressed in at least a third of patients, despite modern biological therapy treatment.
Some patients may have severe skin manifestations requiring interruption of biological therapy, which can lead to worsening of the underlying disease.
Ordinary heart cells have been reprogrammed by researchers to become exact replicas of highly specialized pacemaker cells by injecting a single gene (Tbx18)--a major step forward in the decade-long search for a biological therapy to correct erratic and failing heartbeats.
Published in the medical science journal, Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy, an Italian research team demonstrated that BLIS K12 supplementation could reduce the recurrence of throat infections by approximately 80% in adults.

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