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Lastest Impetigo News

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Leave it up to medical science to spoil a kiss
Meanwhile, those aforementioned 80 million different kinds of bacteria include pneumococcus, which can cause pneumonia; Group A streptococcus, a bacterium that can cause strep throat, the skin disease impetigo and occasionally even life-threatening …
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Doctor testifies as first witness in infant injury trial
Regarding the scrotum injuries, Klammer said one doctor diagnosed the blemish as impetigo, a highly contagious skin infection common among infants and children. Grad's case took six years to reach trial because of changes of plea, a judge recusal, …
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Lastest Chronic Skin Problems News

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Dilemma over deductibles: Costs crippling middle class
Physician Praveen Arla is witnessing a reversal of health care fortunes: Poor, long-uninsured patients are getting Medicaid through Obamacare and finally coming to his office for care. But middle-class workers are increasingly staying away. "It's flip …
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The Healing Warmth of Moxibustion
Today moxa is used to treat a wide range of issues, such as chronic digestive disturbance, menstrual problems, reproductive concerns, and advanced illnesses such as tuberculosis, Lyme disease, and cancer. “It's very powerful for pain,” said Stuardi …
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Lastest Paronychia News

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Clovis Oncology's (CLVS) CEO Patrick Mahaffy on Q3 2014 Results – Earnings
Inhibition of wild-type EGFR is associated with cutaneous toxicities such as rash, stomatitis and paronychia, all of which may significantly impact patients' quality of life, can result in treatment discontinuation and can cause patient distress. We …
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Boehringer Ingelheim and CureVac announce collaboration to develop next
… common adverse reactions in the pivotal study (greater than or equal to 20% all grades & vs pemetrexed/cisplatin-treated patients (n=111)) were diarrhea (96% vs 23%), rash/dermatitis acneiform (90% vs 11%), stomatitis (71% vs 15%), paronychia (58 …
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Lastest Dermatitis Research News

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ARIA Widens Sales Turf, NRX Skips A Beat, NDRM Triples On Parkinson''s Study
The trial, dubbed KINSHIP, designed to enroll about 50 adult patients with mild to moderate atopic dermatitis is being conducted at clinical research centers in Canada. AQXP closed Tuesday's trading 6.46% higher at $ 7.25.
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Aquinox Pharma begins dosing in phase 2 trial of AQX-1125 in atopic dermatitis
The KINSHIP clinical trial is being conducted at clinical research centers in Canada as a randomized, double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled phase 2 trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of AQX-1125 in approximately 50 adult patients with …
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Moisturizer Reduces Eczema in High-Risk Newborns
The researchers conclude that applying a moisturizer from birth is "a feasible, safe, and effective approach" for the prevention of atopic dermatitis. If the benefit is confirmed in larger trials, this simple low-cost intervention could reduce the …
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Lastest Paronychia News

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Interim Data from Rociletinib (CO-1686) Phase 1/2 Study Shows Compelling and
Inhibition of wild-type EGFR is associated with cutaneous (and other) toxicities such as acneiform rash, stomatitis and paronychia, all of which may significantly impact patients' quality of life and result in treatment discontinuation and patient …
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New drug shows promise against treatment-resistant non-small cell lung cancer
Current TKIs inhibit the normal EGFR as well as the mutant EGFR, causing acne-like skin rashes and paronychia – an inflammation of the folds of tissue around finger and toe nails – both of which can be very troublesome for patients." Patients with …
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Clovis Oncology's (CLVS) CEO Presents at Credit Suisse 2014 Healthcare
Hi, good afternoon. My name is Ravi Mehrotra. I'm the Senior Biotechnology Analyst for Credit Suisse. It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you Pat Mahaffy, CEO of Clovis. I'm actually going to break them all to: A, we're going to do a little bit …
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Lastest Necrotising Fasciitis News

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Christmas Gift to People Worldwide Suffering From "Flesh Eating" Disease
EMERYVILLE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 23, 2014 / With the spirit of Christmas in mind, The National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation (NNFF) announced today that, in an agreement with NovaBay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NYSE MKT: NBY), NovaBay and …
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Surviving another kind of war: Flesh-killing necrotizing fasciitis
He had necrotizing fasciitis, a bacterial infection that attacks connective tissue deep beneath the skin. This tissue, called the fascia, forms a continuous layer around the muscle, so bacteria can speed along it from one part of the body to another …
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Northampton General Hospital to blame for flesh-eating bug death
A Northamptonshire grandmother who died after contracting a flesh-eating bug could have been saved if hospital staff diagnosed and treated her earlier, a judge has ruled. Suzanne Gardner, 60, of Blisworth, developed necrotising fasciitis after cutting …
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Lastest Pilonidal Cyst News

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Just What Do You Owe Your Doctor?
I remember once I had a pilonidal cyst, and to be honest, there's almost nothing more embarrassing. (If you're eating, I suggest you stop now.) It starts as an ingrown hair at the top of your butt crack, and then continues to grow inside until it wraps …
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Lastest Pilar Cysts News

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In Ellicott City, Facci has quality Italian food that's worth the wait
The restaurant, which opened in September, is named after owner Gino Palma's wife, Pilar; Facci is his pet name for her. Palma's concept is straightforward: high-quality Italian food (Palma hails from Naples), professional service and a sophisticated …
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Bethesda's Ledecky smashes mark in 1500-meter free at FINA worlds
NOTE: Johns Hopkins junior Ana Bogdanovski (Macedonia) and freshman Pilar Shimizu (Guam) will compete in the World Championships this week. Bogdanovski will represent Macedonia in the 50 free heats Saturday and 100 free heats Thursday, and …
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Preterm children at high risk of flu-related complications, study finds
In US, UK and World Health Organization guidelines, children born prematurely are not deemed to be high risk for flu-related complications. But the researchers of a new study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine say these guidelines need to be …
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First steps for new breast cancer vaccine show promise
Scientists from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO, have developed a new vaccine for breast cancer that has been found to be safe for patients with metastatic breast cancer to use, a new study reveals. Breast cancer cells.
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HU getting 'unique' nano lab
“There are very serious diseases that affect children, such as cystic fibrosis and muscular dystrophy, that have no cure,” he said. “People don't completely understand the importance of special pharmaceutical treatments for children.” “Half-a-million …
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Walking Reduces Stroke Risk Among Women
New research reveals that walking at least three hours a week reduces the risk of stroke among women. The finding, published in the journal Stroke, comes from yet another study highlighting the health benefits of doing exercise on a consistent basis.
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NYU group Emily's Entourage bands together to fight cystic fibrosis
The disease, which causes mucus to buildup and clog the lungs and other tubes in the body, is often fatal. The NYU chapter of Emily's Entourage, a new student group brought to NYU by Stern freshman Phil Hayes, seeks to fight this incurable disease.
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