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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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paronychia – abscess of side of the nail

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after cutting off a hang nail I developed an infection of the side of the nail, called a paronychia.
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WHAT IS PYRONICHIA: http://medvidsyt.blogspot.in/2012/08/what-is-paronychia.html Here is a video showing toe nail excision in a patient with paronychia. 1st …
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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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Paronychia incision and drainage

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The incision and drainage of a paronychial abscess under local anaesthesia by Dr Norman Dawes. Take a look at some other clips on YouTube, then decide who YO…
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This short video demonstrates the management of a paronychia, an infection of the skin around the fingernail. We use a #11 blade and slide the blade laid fla…
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Bushwhacking For Sound: An Intern's Tale
“Ahh. Classic paronychia argyrocoma,” says Van de Poll. Unfortunately, there is no Google Translate for plant names on my iPhone. Over the course of five hours Van de Poll leads me through the heavily wooded mountains of North Conway. Rarely using a …
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Head-to-head Phase III trial demonstrates superior progression-free survival
15%), paronychia (58% vs. 0%), dry skin (31% vs. 2%), decreased appetite (29% vs. 55%), pruritus (21% vs. 1%). Serious adverse reactions were reported in 29% of patients treated with GILOTRIF. The most frequent serious adverse reactions reported in …
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Biting Your Nails Can Cause Some Scary Health Issues: Experts Find
No point denying that many of us indulge into nail biting to express different kinds of emotion. Richard Scher, M.D., an expert on nail disorders at Weill Cornell Medical College and a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, says this habit can …
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How to Cure Paronychia

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I am not a doctor. Whatever you do is at your own risk!*** How to Cure Paronychia – I significantly cured mine by following someone’s remedy they posted o…
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With no antibiotics, just being smart. I will show you how so you dont have to take antibiotics that are harmful for your body. SMALL UPDATE; it is advisable…

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'Green nail syndrome' requires persistent treatment
ANSWER: It sounds as though you have the aptly named "green nail syndrome," which is caused by the bacteria you mention, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and which often is complicated by a paronychia, an infection along the side of the nail. Your orthopedic …
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Why biting your nails is more than just a bad habit
It can also raise the risk of paronychia, or infection of the skin surrounding the nail, says Rochelle Torgerson, a dermatologist at the Mayo Clinic. You can “end up with redness and swelling and pain and discomfort — that's a sign of infection,” says …
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Biting Your Nails Is Even More Disgusting Than You Thought
Long-term, habitual nail nibblers can also suffer from a type of infection called paronychia, Scher says. Tears or abrasions in the skin of your fingertips allow strains of bacteria or yeast to get inside. Both cause swelling, redness, and a buildup of …
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OncoBriefs: Less Chemo for NSCLC, Gleason 7 Gene
The most common adverse events (any grade) in the combination group were rash, diarrhea, hypertension, and paronychia. In the erlotinib arm, the most frequently reported adverse events were rash, liver function disorder, and hypertension. The …
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Protecting your baby's nails
One disease that is peculiar to infants is paronychia. This starts out as a redness and swelling of the skin around the cuticle of the nails, followed by a secondary yeast infection usually caused from candida. This infection is most common in children …
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Trial shows treatment-resistant advanced non-small cell lung cancer responds
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 Announces First Patient Enrolled in TIGER-1 Study
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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