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Monthly Archives: September 2009

Walking the CER Path

Hippocrates must be turning in his grave.

Posted in Medical

Immune Complexes as Therapy for Autoimmunity

For several decades, intravenous Ig has been used as treatment for a variety of immune-related diseases, including immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), autoimmune neuropathies, systemic lupus erythematosus, myasthenia gravis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, skin blistering syndromes, and Kawasaki disease.

Posted in Around the Globe

PEM Friends Away Weekend

  The PEM Friends (UK) met in June for their annual Away Weekend hosted by Raymond and Carolyn Blain.

Posted in Issue 58 - Fall 2009

Debate Flaring Over Grants for Research

WASHINGTON — Managers at the National Institutes of Health are increasingly ignoring the advice of scientific review panels and giving hundreds of millions of dollars a year to scientists whose projects are deemed less scientifically worthy than those denied money.

Posted in Around the Globe

Benefit and Doubt in Vaccine Additive

Are Americans obligated to use an unproven vaccine to help protect people in other countries from the flu pandemic?

Posted in Around the Globe

Rituximab for Pemphigus: Data Still Favorable at 5 Years

BUDAPEST, Hungary (EGMN) –Rituximab for the treatment of severe pemphigus continued to rack up impressive results in the 2-year extension of a landmark 3-year multicenter trial.

Posted in Around the Globe

Fine-Tuning Drugs to Match Our Genes – What Are the Implications for Health Care Costs and Treatments?

Pharmacogenomics is the study of how inherited variations in genes dictate a person’s reaction to a drug.

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Awards $8.6-Million Grant to Kaiser Permanente to Develop Largest, Most Diverse U.S. Biobank

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, through its Pioneer Portfolio, has awarded Kaiser Permanente $8.6 million to develop one of the world’s largest and most diverse repositories of genetic, environmental and health data.

Posted in Around the Globe

Improving Chronic Illness Care

The use of organized chronic illness care management processes (CMPs) is discussed in this article.

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Centric Health Resources Identifies Ultra-Orphan Industry Trends, Impact of Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS)

Centric`s second annual ultra orphan conference, with Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine serving as media partner for 2009 event, offers industry guidance CHESTERFIELD, Mo.

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The P/P Registry has been approved by the Western Institutional Review Board (WIRB) and is actively enrolling participants.