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therapy designed to produce immunity to a disease or to enhance resistance by the immune system

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Biological therapy was added to the regimen in patients who failed to achieve remission at the maximum tolerable dose of methotrexate.
Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy covers all aspects of biological therapy, from therapeutic peptides and proteins to gene transfer technologies and drug delivery systems, placing new advances in the context of current therapeutic practice and providing an expert opinion on the scope for future development.
In addition to these biologics, the oral chemokine receptor vercirnon (GlaxoSmithKline/ChemoCentryx's Traficet-EN), which is expected to launch in 2016, could be an alternative to biological therapy and secure a position earlier in the treatment algorithm; however in the absence of robust data, this agent is expected to experience only moderate uptake.
Following a treatment review with my doctor, I was prescribed a biological therapy and my skin started to clear and my confidence came back.
Following a treatment review with my doctor, I was prescribed a biological therapy and for the first time since developing psoriasis, my skin started to clear[2] and my confidence came back.
Wang (medicine, Stanford University Medical Center) compiles new research in arrhythmia, including pharmacologic therapy, monitoring, risk assessment, and noninvasive mapping, pacing therapy, implantable defibrillators, catheter and surgical ablation, antiarrhythmic biological therapy, and web-based defibrillation monitoring.
Decision Resources, one of the world's leading research and advisory firms for pharmaceutical and healthcare issues, finds that currently, in both China and South Korea, less than one-third of surveyed clinicians' patients who are eligible for a biological therapy are actually receiving one for Crohn's disease (CD) or ulcerative colitis (UC).
biological therapy in rheumatoid drugs, psoriatiniam, juveniliniam arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, crohn~s disease, ulcerative colitis and severe psoriasis.
LONDON, December 1 /PRNewswire/ -- In the current issue of Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy, Dr Peter Butler (Department of Plastic Surgery, Royal Free Hospital, UK) provides his expert opinion on the potential of facial transplantation as a reconstructive option after severe facial injury and disease.
The role of Roche's Avastin (bevacizumab) in GBM is still debated, and the results of ongoing pivotal studies are eagerly anticipated with the hope that they will enlighten us regarding this biological therapy.
Emerging technologies include photodynamic therapy, gene therapy, biological therapy (immunotherapy) and angiogenesis inhibitors.
Cimzia will primarily be considered after Remicade and/or Humira, and Tysabri will continue to be relegated to last-line biological therapy through 2020.
In addition, the COHERTA study team also believes that some patients might then benefit from biological therapy if their cancer type is characterized as HER2-positive.
The new Advanced Projects Group brings together TAP's specialist engineers, software designers and biologists, offering services to analyse customers' bottlenecks in the research or manufacturing of a biological therapy and subsequently provide one-off custom automation solutions.
Biothera will present the results of two separate Phase I clinical trials evaluating the safety of Imprime PGG([R]), the company's developmental immunotherapy cancer drug, at the International Society for Biological Therapy of Cancer on Saturday, November 1 in San Diego, Calif.
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