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Ultralow-Dose CT Scan Potentially as Effective as Standard-Dose Scan for Some COPD Patients
  |  Rachel Lutz
New research shows that ultralow-dose CT scans may be a viable means of diagnosing COPD. The study compared results of the ultralow-dose tests alongside those of standard CT tests.
Motivational Health Coaching Reduces COPD Hospital Readmissions
  |  Rachel Lutz
A new study suggests that personal, motivational coaching may reduce instances of e-hospitalization among COPD patients. " It is a process that happens with a patient; it is not something the coach does to a patient,” says that study's lead author.
Multiple Sclerosis Drug Could Be Effective Target for Parkinson's Disease Treatment
  |  Rachel Lutz
Dimethylfumarate, a multiple sclerosis drug metabolite, could be a safe and effective therapy for Parkinson’s disease and slow its onset.
Fasting Cycle Could Reduce Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
  |  Rachel Lutz
Following a diet that mirrors the habits of fasting can reduce the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Alleviating Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Possible with Yoga and Aquatic Exercises
  |  Rachel Lutz
Multiple sclerosis symptoms such as fatigue, depression, and paresthesia can be alleviated using yoga and aquatic exercises.
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs Should Reach More Patients
  |  Rachel Lutz
Pulmonary rehabilitation programs could help more patients with respiratory conditions like severe asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but they are not used widely enough.
Multiple Sclerosis Drug Possibly Linked to Colorectal and Breast Cancer
  |  Rachel Lutz
The multiple sclerosis immunosuppressant drug mitoxantrone might be linked to an increased risk for breast and colorectal cancer.
Well-Controlled Bleeding with rVIII-SingleChain
  |  Rachel Lutz
Researchers reported that adults and adolescents with hemophilia A had well controlled bleeding when dosed two or three times weekly with recombinant factor VIII single chain (rVIII-SingleChain).
Two Grants Awarded to Medical College of Wisconsin Researcher
  |  Rachel Lutz
Researchers discovered a clinically translatable gene therapy protocol, which is a gene delivery system that introduced the production of therapeutic clotting proteins in platelets, so that the inhibition of inactivating antibodies is avoided.

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