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Different Pathogeneses May Cause Dementia in Older, Younger Patients With PD

January 15, 2022

Older patients with Parkinson disease (PD) were found to have a higher incidence of dementia compared with younger patients. However, the difference may have to do with different pathologies causing dementia in older and younger patients.

Ophthalmology Biobetters and Biosimilars May Be Just Around the Corner

January 12, 2022

More biobetter drugs may be on the horizon, with an opportunity to snatch market share from reference products, and several biosimilars are under development for ophthalmic conditions, authors of a review concluded.

How Does CGP Testing Align With Recommendations, Impact Budgets?

January 10, 2022

Posters from the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Nexus 2021 meeting detailed how coverage of genetic testing aligns with current guidelines as well as the potential budget impact of expanding access to comprehensive genomic profiling (CGP).

Active Video Games Improve Balance Better Than Conventional Rehab in MS

January 07, 2022

Video games that involve physical exertion was found to be more effective at improving balance in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) compared with more conventional rehabilitation methods, investigators concluded.

Review: Greater Focus on Targeting Insulin Resistance in Patients With CKD May Be Needed

January 07, 2022

Insulin resistance may become a future target of treatment in the chronic kidney disease (CKD) population because of the several mechanisms in patients that contribute to increasing resistance, authors of a review concluded.