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Colon cancer is considered to be the third most important disease that leads to a lot of deaths among people from all corners of the globe.
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Takeda Pharmaceutical Co.' s drug vedolizumab faces U.S. concern that its potential risk for a deadly brain infection outweighs the benefits in treating the two most common inflammatory bowel diseases.
Sanford-Burnham scientists have identified the B and T Lymphocyte Attenuator inhibitory receptor as a key factor in limiting inflammatory responses, particularly in the skin.
An experimental drug for ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease from Takeda Pharmaceutical Co could pose risk of a potentially fatal brain infection called PML even though the problem has not been seen in clinical trials, staff members of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Thursday.
ISLAMABAD: Undergoing a scan of one's intestines isn't a pleasant experience for patients with conditions like Crohn's disease, especially since it means downing a concoction made with barium.
Maria Finnegan, a Kinnelon High School alumnus, will return to her alma mater Saturday to share her story of perseverance against Colitis and Crohn's Disease and how they can battle against their own condition.
TNI BioTech Inc today announced that the Nicaraguan Ministry of Health has granted a certificate of free sale to the company's wholly-owned subsidiary, TNI BioTech International Ltd., for TNI BioTech's Low Dose Naltrexone product for the treatment of patients with autoimmune diseases HIV/AIDS, Crohn's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and certain ... (more)
He was laid off from his job in January 2012. He found a job and started work again this March, then was diagnosed with colon cancer in June.
One point four million Americans suffer from inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn's and ulcerative colitis.
Keeping toddlers healthy in the winter can be a struggle. Their young bodies haven't had years to build up resistance to many common germs and it can seem that they are always coming down with something.
Pull on your skivvies, socks and some sneakers -- and run like the wind. Never mind that you're in public.
A COURAGEOUS young girl who suffers from a painful digestive illness is determined to help others despite missing out on her Christmas dinner this year.
But what if one day treatment meant doing away with the old gut for a new gut free of inflamed or diseased tissues? That is where scientists at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts Institute of Technology are hoping their new study findings will lead.
I was recently tutoring a high school freshman on "The Odyssey." In one passage, Odysseus was sent into the underworld but is repeatedly told, by his dead relatives, friends, and idols, that he had no business among the dead and needed to return to the living.
A study published ahead of print in the Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics examines the role of vitamin D in inflammatory bowel diseases.
TxCell , a biotechnology company specializing in the development of personalized cell-based immunotherapies, has received manufacturing accreditation status of its cell-therapy production site in Besancon, France, from the French National Agency for Drug Safety .