Clinical Trials

Here's Why Urovant Sciences Got Whacked On "positive" Clinical Trial Data

Urovant Sciences (NASDAQ:UROV) claimed victory in its press release today with the headline noting "positive" top-line data for its phase 3 study testing vibegron in patients with overactive bladder.But investors rightfully looked past the...
Related topics: Nasdaq, Medical Research

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What Works Best For Women Struggling With A Leaky Bladder?

MONDAY, March 18, 2019 -- For women who need relief from bladder control problems, behavioral therapies are a better bet than medication, a new research review finds. In an analysis of 84 clinical trials, researchers found that overall, women were...
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Surgery Using Ultrasound Energy Found To Treat High Blood Pressure

A one-off operation that targets the nerves connected to the kidney has been found to maintain reduced blood pressure in hypertension patients for at least six months, according to the results of a clinical trial.
Related topics: Hypertension, Blood Pressure

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What Its Antiplatelet Reversal Agent Means For Phasebio Going Forward

PhaseBio shares more than doubled on Monday after the firm released results from an early-stage clinical trial of its antiplatelet reversal agent.

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How Telemedicine Is Increasing Diversity In Clinical Trials

An important part of advancing medical research and drug development is making participation in clinical trials easier and more inclusive. To develop treatments that work on men, women, and children of all ages and different ethnicities we need to...
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Entyvio Tops Humira In Head-to-head Uc Trial

(MedPage Today) -- More vedolizumab patients achieved clinical remission, mucosal healing in VARSITY trial

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Medical News Today: New Brain Stimulation Therapy Is Effective Against Depression

A pilot clinical trial has found that a new type of electrical stimulation therapy can be very effective in treating the symptoms of major depression.
Related topics: Depression

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Imaging Technique Finds Differences Between Radiation-sensitive And Resistant Tumors

Researchers have begun pilot clinical trials using an imaging technique called Raman spectroscopy, which offers promise for guided cancer treatment and could spare some patients of the toxic side effects of ineffective radiation therapy.
Related topics: Cancer, Medical Research, Oncology

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Experimental Drug Lowers Serum Phosphate In Phase 3 Trial Of Hemodialysis Patients

In a phase 3 clinical trial, tenapanor significantly lowered elevated blood phosphate in patients receiving maintenance hemodialysis, resulting in an average reduction of 1.0-1.2 mg/dL over eight weeks. Side effects were largely limited to softening...

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High Rate Of Viral Suppression Among People New To Hiv Care

Eighty-six percent of individuals who entered HIV care soon after diagnosis maintained viral suppression after 48 weeks during a clinical trial. Participants in the clinical trial, called iENGAGE, achieved viral suppression in an average of just 63...
Related topics: HIV, Virus

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Potential Treatment For Cancer In Butterfly Disease

New research lays foundation for upcoming clinical trial for patients with epidermolysis bullosa.
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Fasting-mimicking Diet Holds Promise For Treating People With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Fasting-mimicking diet holds promise for treating people with inflammatory bowel disease, a new study finds. A clinical trial shows reduction of inflammation in humans and in mice, the diet appears to reverse Crohn's and colitis pathology.
Related topics: Diet, Crohn's Disease, Medical Research

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Medical News Today: Can Supplements Help Keep Depression At Bay?

A new randomized clinical trial investigates whether different dietary interventions could help overweight people and people with obesity avoid depression.
Related topics: Depression, Obesity

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Can Novavax Convince The Fda Its Vaccine Deserves A Chance?

The latest clinical trial flop from Novavax (NASDAQ: NVAX) wasn't nearly as bad as the failure it announced in 2016, but it was still a long way from what most vaccine developers would consider a success. There's still a glimmer of hope, though,...
Related topics: Food And Drug Administration, Vaccines, Nasdaq

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What If Google Or Amazon Designed Clinical Trials?

We need 'smarter ' trial targeting, says Dr Perry Wilson, as seen in recent studies of oral anticoagulants in cancer patients. Medscape
Related topics: Google, Amazon, Oral Cancer, Cancer, Oncology

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Medical News Today: New Treatment Under Trial Could Restore Brain Cells In Parkinson's

A series of clinical trials have concluded that a new therapy, alongside a novel method of delivery, could be effective in treating Parkinson's disease.
Related topics: Parkinson's

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Parkinson's Drug Trial Offers Glimmer Of Hope For Brain Cells

An experimental drug could offer hope for restoring damaged brain cells in Parkinson's patients, scientists said on Wednesday, although they cautioned that a clinical trial was not able to prove the treatment slowed or halted the neurodegenerative...
Related topics: Parkinson's

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Could Blockchain Ensure Integrity Of Clinical Trial Data?

Researchers have created a proof-of-concept method for ensuring the integrity of clinical trials data with blockchain. The system creates an immutable audit trail that makes it easy to spot any tampering with results -- such as making the treatment...
Related topics: Medical Research

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E-cigarette Company Juul Is Now Doing Health Research, But Its First Study Could Bring More...

On Saturday, for the first time in its roughly two-year history, e-cigarette company Juul presented some data from a clinical trial of its devices. The company has a reputation for aggressively marketing its dessert-flavored nicotine products to...
Related topics: Medical Research, Marketing, Nicotine

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Engineering Hiv-resistant Babies May Have Accidentally Changed Their Brains

In November 2018, a group of researchers in China divulged what scientists around the world feared: In what many researchers now call an ethically dubious clinical trial (which would never have been done in the U.S.), they had edited a set of human...
Related topics: HIV, Virus, Medical Research

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