Faricimab, a new drug for nAMD, offers patients similar benefits at 16-week intervals as aflibercept at eight-week intervals, a study shows.
Pandemic experience informs thinking on how to build strength and flexibility into nursing systems
The anticancer drug daratumumab appears to offer significant benefits – including a promising safety profile – when used as part of a three-drug regimen to treat patients with immunoglobulin light-chain amyloidosis, a protein disorder that most commonly affects the heart and kidneys.
Magnetic resonance fingerprinting, a novel MRI methodology, offers important disease-specific biomarkers for patients with autosomal recessive polycystic disease.
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New research shows significant improvement for individuals who exceeded the FDA-labeled 5% word recognition ability.
Pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis presents almost exclusively in its relapsing-remitting form. Our new Neuro Pathways podcast episode explores this and other differences from adult MS.
Priority for right internal thoracic artery grafting should go to reaching important coronary targets rather than inflow conduit configuration, finds a large retrospective study.
Intravitreal injections of pegcetacoplan can significantly slow the progression of dry macular degeneration, a study shows. There currently is no treatment for the condition, a leading cause of blindness in the U.S. and worldwide.
While being able to offer effective treatments is paramount, the communication skills that a physician employs during a visit with a patient with chronic cough are at least as critical to a successful outcome.
The investigators’ findings suggest dietary interventions may help reduce disease risk.