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New drug helps boost cancer treatment

... and lung cancer. The monoclonal antibody was well tolerated by the patients. The most common side effect attributed to the drug was an acne-like skin rash that occurs because skin cells also contain large amounts of epidermal growth factor receptors....

Treatment for fibroids with "Abortion Pill"

... (leuprolide acetate), would be cheaper and better tolerated and would work just as well. Lupron, used as a preoperative treatment to assist in the surgical removal of fibroids, decreases the body's production of estrogen to menopausal levels. Though this is useful in shrinking fibroids, side effects such as h...

Relief from cancer pain with anticonvulsants

... tothree and they also found that the participants tolerated the drug well withoutany adverse effects....

Tea Pill Lowers Cholesterol

...ose taking the placebo pill. The tea pill was well tolerated in the participants. Researchers say these findings indicate a role for tea in lowering cholesterol. They call for more research aimed at confirming these results in more diverse populations....

Low-dose Growth Hormone (GH) with diet and exercise may help weight loss

...expenditure or blood pressure. GH therapy was well tolerated with only one subject discontinuing due to edema. The reason for loss of weight has not been known, whether they lost weight because they had a decrease in appetite or whether they kept up their muscle mass and hence were able to exercise is still ...

New Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

...earchers also say both doses of the drug were well tolerated by the patients. They say this study shows the value of this new class of drugs in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis...

New Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

...earchers also say both doses of the drug were well tolerated by the patients. They say this study shows the value of this new class of drugs in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis....

New Technique For Benign Breast Tumors

...equire to go to the operating room. Besides being tolerated very well it does not have a surgical scar. Thus most women prefer this as a better option. This technique is also used to freeze liver, prostate and kidney tumors, and researchers are now testing its feasibility on breast tumors that are cancerous...

Adding An Additional Drug May Help Patients With Glaucoma

...that latanoprost therapy is infact a safe and well tolerated option for long-term treatment of open-angle glaucoma....

Abstinence From Alcohol With The Help Of An Injection

...til a heavy-drinking day. The medication was well tolerated and about 74 percent of the patients received all of the injections. While the time to the first heavy-drinking day and the percentage of no heavy-drinking days was better in the group on naltrexone, researchers say it was not a significant differenc...

Good News For Individuals Suffering From Frequent Throat Infections

...se range tested, the vaccine appears safe and well tolerated and does not evoke antibodies that cross-react with human tissue. However researchers say there is a need to conduct large prelicensure trials involving 10,000 to 60,000 participants to provide assurance that rare adverse events are not associated wi...

Another Alternative For Diabetics On Insulin

...search shows inhaled insulin is effective and well tolerated in patients with type 1 diabetes. // The treatment also provides glycemic control comparable to a conventional insulin regimen. For the study, 335 participants randomly received either inhaled insulin with bedtime Ultralente or two to three injectio...

Vaccine to cure smoking

...said that the vaccination with NicQb had been well tolerated and thus safe. The side effects had been limited to local reactions and flu like symptoms. All subjects thus immunized showed significant anti-nicotine IgG titers. The results of the second phase of the trials also have shown that the vaccine had be...

Schizophrenic patients may be given seroquel

...fective, it was also well received by the body and tolerated without much side effects. Reference: Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, June 2005...

The Benefits of Strontium in the treatment for Osteoporosis Questioned

...ctures in older women. Strontium ranelate was well tolerated in these trials and the most common side effects reported were nausea and diarrhea. Strontium ranelate is composed of two atoms of stable strontium combined with organic ranelic acid. The ranelic acid is a carrier that makes the treatment palatable,...

The Benefits of Omega -3 Fatty acids

...s of omega-3 fatty acids.// However it is not well tolerated by most patients due to the aftertaste/burp-back associated with fish oil. Researchers at Banner now say they have developed a chewable flavored fish oil capsule that makes taking omega-3s both easy and pleasant. This unique dosage form consists of...

Hypertension Drug of Choice for African Americans

...e a drug therapy that is both effective and better tolerated by the hypertensive patient. References 1. Weiss, R. Nebivolol in the treatment of patients with stage 1 and stage 2 hypertension: results of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. San Francisco: 20th Annual Scientific Meeting of the ...

New Study to look at the Beneficial Effects of Coenzyme Q10 on Parkinson’s disease

...e the high doses of CoQ10 seen to be safe and well tolerated but they were also the most effective. Which has led Shults to start a phase III study evaluate a higher dosage. The new phase III research will compare placebo and two dosages of CoQ10 (1200 and 2400 mg/day), with 200 patients in each treatment ar...

Pause as you please

...ones oestrogen and progesterone, but these are not tolerated by all women, and are often unreliable at blocking menstruation over longer timespans.Taking the contraceptive pill continuously - without taking the monthly cycle of sugar pills - can delay periods in most women, but usually only for about four mont...

Kidney Cancer Vaccine

... have had no negative side effects, they are well tolerated vaccines, highly specific and highly targeted. It's been more than three years since a doctor told Burnside he'd be lucky to live six months. "I could not have had any better results or less complications," he says. The church cemetery is Burnside's ...

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