Monthly Archives: January 2011

Important Safety Information

Managing Side Effects Radiation therapy Skin problems: Try not to scratch or rub the treated skin Chemotherapy Nausea and vomiting: Have small meals or snacks throughout the day instead of 2 or 3 large meals RITUXAN (a targeted therapy) Fever,

Posted in Treatment and Medication

New Journal To Focus On Autoimmune Disease Research And Development

Springer is launching a new journal Autoimmunity Highlights, an independent, international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers related to the diverse aspects of autoimmunity, and seeks to be a bridge between the clinic, the laboratory and the specialists who are involved

Posted in Around the Globe

Side-effects of intravenous immune globulins.

Intravenous immune globulin (IVIG) preparations are efficacious and safe products in use world-wide. Although rare, side-effects of IVIG may be serious, even life-threatening, and clinicians should be aware of their potential occurrence. The clinical benefit of immune globulin prophylaxis in

Posted in Medical

Unleashed, immune cells can turn on their masters

Scientists are uncovering new complexities in the innermost workings of the human immune system that could make big differences for patients with autoimmune diseases. Thousands of Americans are diagnosed with these disorders each year as cells in their bodies that

Posted in Around the Globe

Top 20 Pharma’s R&D Spending Topped $86 billion in 2009

Pharmaceutical companies remain on an upward R&D trend through 2010. More than 9,000 new drugs have been added to the pipeline this year, showing growth in all clinical stages of development. The pharmaceutical and biotech industriestop 20 pipeline leaders

Posted in Around the Globe
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