Sep 26, 2015
By its approval, Gamunex is the only therapy of any kind with an approved indication for the treatment of CIDP. Gamunex now has the broadest range of FDA – approved indications of a liquid immune globulin intravenous therapy. Gamunex is also the first and only approved IVIG therapy to treat any neurological disease in the United States http://vardenafiluk.com/reviews.html . The FDA’s decision provides Orphan Drug Designation for Gamunex to treat CIDP. Has determinedgrants orphan drug designation to promote the biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies on products that promise for the treatment of rare diseases fewer than 200,000 people in the United States show that develop. This designation grants Talecris marketing exclusivity for the treatment of CIDP with Gamunex for seven years. – ‘For the first time U.S. Patients with CIDP finally , an FDA – approved drug to limit peripheral nerve damage resulting in the disease to help in improved neurological function and quality of life,’said Estelle Benson, executive and founding director of the GBS / CIDP Foundation International. Established in 1980, the only only voluntary, nonprofit organization that provides support to Guillain – Barr? Syndrome / CIDP and their families, awards grants to researchers and provides an education for the public and professional communities. ‘I speak on behalf of the 26,000 members of the GBS / CIDP Foundation, to learn Talecris Talecris has found proven. A successful treatment for patients with CIDP are. What good news! ‘.
To learn more about Talecris and how our employees are in the lives of in the lives of patients and healthFall Prevention Education may lead to reduced Acute Care Costs, addiction Connecticut reportEducating health care practitioners and elderly people on ways to prevent falls can significantly reduce the number of emergency department visits and health care costs in Connecticut, according to a current state-funded report, the New Haven Register reports. The researchers analyzed the rate of fall-related injuries from 2004 to 2006 among residents aged 70 and older in two Connecticut counties. In a region about 3,000 doctors over autumn intervention practices ,, while physicians received into the other circuit no information to prevent falls. Read the rest of this entry »