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a pathological condition of mind or body

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In the CheckMate -275 study, 270 patients received Opdivo 3 mg/kg administered intravenously every two weeks until disease progression or unacceptable toxicity.
The urothelial carcinoma cohorts enrolled patients with locally advanced or metastatic urothelial carcinoma with disease progression.
It recently became possible to redefine the disease progression model.
PSA doubling time, a measure of disease progression, was beneficially prolonged in 52% of patients after the initiation of metformin.
704 more quality-adjusted life-years (QALYs) and cost $25,609 less than the strategy of surveillance without RFA followed by esophagectomy upon disease progression to cancer, assuming a 1% disease progression rate.
Dr Mark Embleton, Urology Consultant at the University College of London, said: "As a treating clinician, the CombAT study results are very encouraging as they show that BPH can be effectively treated using combination therapy, reducing the risk of disease progression and surgery related to this disease.
The study's subjects had a mean age of 17 years (range, 12-24 years) and had undergone two laparoscopies separated by a median of 29 months (range, 6-112 months), which allowed the investigators to assess disease progression over time.
Pregnancy and HIV disease progression during the era of highly active antiretroviral therapy, Journal of Infectious Diseases, 196(7):1044-1052.
Counselling or group attendance and low social support at baseline were not significantly associated with disease progression.
But the research in Kenya showed associations between hormonal contraceptive use and two strong predictors of HIV disease progression, AIDS, and death: low CD4+ cell counts and high viral set point.
Time to disease progression in patients with other HLA-DR types will be assessed separately as an exploratory arm of the same study.
There were no significant differences in death, disease progression or withdrawal between the two regimens.
When the researchers collected these cells from healthy mice and then injected the cells into mice carrying a genetic mutation that causes muscular dystrophy, disease progression slowed, as measured in several tests.
This study assessed the relationship between mode of delivery and subsequent maternal HIV disease progression in 1,491 deliveries.
Advancement in accurate diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of these diseases is hampered by many factors including a lack of vigorously validated methods to access disease progression, by a lack of insight into the genetics of the disorders, by well-formulated and-tested definitions of the disease and its subcategories, by a lack of rigorous epidemiologic data, and by an imperfect understanding of the mechanism of action of the drugs used to alleviate the symptoms of these diseases and disorders.