Preliminary results of the use of indole-3-carbinol for recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
Type-specific PCR also identified 2 laryngeal recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
patients with HPV 11 infections, which has been associated with an increased propensity for aggressive behavior.
A comparison of risk factors in juvenile-onset and adult-onset recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
Radiological case of the month: William T. O'Brien, Sr., DO, Matthew D. Duncan, MD, Grant E. Lattin, Jr., MD, Edward L. Jackson, MD, and Patrick J. Danaher, MD
The registry follows as a result of a 1995 task force that was convened to obtain data on the incidence, demographics, and treatment of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis
(RRP) is a chronic disease which affects patients worldwide.
Since the recognition of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
(RRP) as a clinical entity, its management has centered on maintaining a patent, asymptomatic airway for those individuals afflicted with the condition.
As a result, the Company plans to begin a Phase III study in recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
(RRP) in the first quarter of 2006, pending review by the U.
The Company will continue to focus on process development and the manufacture of commercial-grade HspE7, a requirement that must be met prior to beginning the planned pivotal Phase III study of HspE7 in patients with recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
In 2002, Franco et al reported their series of 41 cases of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
of the glottis.
In combination with the proposed sale of our bioreagents business for C$8 million, and related transfer of 26 employees, this restructuring will cut the overall headcount approximately 62 percent from 103 employees and allow us to dedicate our efforts on the development of HspE7 in recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
(RRP) and cervical dysplasia," commented Gregory M.
Recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
(juvenile laryngeal papillomatosis) is a rare disease caused by herpes simplex, one of the DNA viruses, (1,2) but it is the most common benign neoplasm of the larynx and the most common cause of hoarseness in children.
As a result of these discussions, a path forward for the clinical development of HspE7 for recurrent respiratory papillomatosis
(RRP) was identified.