debilitating


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impairing the strength and vitality

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In patients with MG, uncontrolled complement activation due to antibodies directed at the neuromuscular junction can ultimately lead to profound and debilitating weakness of various muscle groups throughout the body, added the company.
There are many debilitating forms of arthritis that affect children and individuals who are in the prime of their lives,'' he said.
Even if it were true that embryonic stem-cell research could lead to a cure for debilitating diseases, it is still wrong.
It's projected that more than half of all people living today will suffer a long-term, debilitating illness that will require nursing-home, assisted-living or in-home health-care services.
Genmab A/S is a biotechnology company that creates and develops fully human antibodies for the treatment of life-threatening and debilitating diseases.
From June 1998 through November 1999, a total of 3,848 children and adults seeking treatment for debilitating diarrheal disease were identified from eight hospital sites in Medan, North Sumatra; Padang, West Sumatra; Batam, Riau Island; Jakarta, Java Island; Denpasar, Bali (two hospitals); Pontianak, West Kalimantan; and Makassar, South Sulawesi.
The GTS-21 compound aims to stimulate the surviving nicotine receptors and delay the onset of debilitating symptoms.
Maybe I did have a debilitating neurological disease after all: RSI.
They're in the prime of life, going a decade or longer with a debilitating condition,'' agreed Dr.
Tardive dyskinesia (TD), a potentially debilitating movement disorder that can accompany the use of antipsychotic drugs (SN: 5/11/91, p.
I reply that we are making significant progress, but we must fully understand the human body at its most fundamental levels - molecular and cellular - to one day eradicate cancer and other debilitating diseases.
Straus and a multicenter group of colleagues studied 24 patients with persisting EBV antibodies who had suffered debilitating fatigue for an average of 6.