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Practical theraputics

Practical theraputics

Latest practical therapeutics news

27.02.19: A genetic discovery could make treatment for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis safer, by identifying...
23.01.19: Those aged 18-29 are the most likely to suffer an asthma attack and least likely to receive life-saving...
29.11.18: First child cancer patients treated with new CAR-T therapy in UK
27.11.18: NHS on track to make £300m in savings after adalimumab deals
22.11.18: AR101 slowly builds up tolerance to peanut allergy, study finds

Practical therapeutics analysis

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This article covers antiretroviral therapy, aims of treatment and when to start therapy, resistance, management of...
Monday 10 August 2015
Dymista contains azelastine and fluticasone and is a new fast-acting treatment for the management of allergic and...

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