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FDA Approves Novel Asthma Treatment. USFDA recently approved the "first non-drug asthma treatment- Alair." According to the developer the procedure known as "bronchial thermoplasty" would "only be appropriate for about two million adults with severe asthma who don't get relief from existing drugs."
The device, delivers radiofrequency energy directly to the airways, heating and reducing the thickness of lung tissue and improving users' ability to breathe ...
FDA Approves Mylan, Teva Flomax Generics. Mylan Inc. and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. "reported lately that, they are started selling their own versions of Flomax [tamsulosin HCl], a drug that treats enlarged prostate ...
Cancer Risk After Kidney Transplant Similar From All Antirejection Drugs. According to a study published in the April 29 issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, "the type of drug treatment used to prevent organ rejection in kidney transplant patients doesn't affect cancer risk." Researchers arrived at this conclusion ...
Obese Children May Metabolize Common Medications At Different Rates Than Leaner Children.
According to a study presented at the Experimental Biology annual meeting, "children who are obese appear to metabolize common medications at different rates than their leaner counterparts." After "evaluating the metabolism of active ingredients found ...
Risk For Low-Dose Aspirin-Associated Peptic Ulcer May Be Higher In Elderly Women.
The risk for low-dose aspirin (LDA)-associated peptic ulcer is higher in elderly women," according to a study in the World Journal of Gastroenterology that included 453 patients who underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy. ...
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