Findings from two studies published in Rheumatology suggest that angiotensin receptor blocker use may be associated with an increased risk for developing giant cell arteritis, and that interferon-γ may warrant further investigation as a risk biomarker.
The oral nonhormonal agent Q-122 appears to be an efficacious and well tolerated option for the control of vasomotor symptoms in women with breast cancer receiving adjuvant endocrine therapy, suggest phase 2 trial data.
People with late-onset rheumatoid arthritis have a similar likelihood of achieving remission as those with earlier-onset disease, indicating that treatment goals should be the same in both populations, researchers report.
The rates of population-based screening and diagnosis of breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer in the USA in 2021 remained below those reported before the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers caution in JAMA Oncology.
End-of-study findings from the GIM2 trial indicate that adjuvant anthracyclines plus taxane chemotherapy for high-risk early breast cancer should be given in a dose-dense regimen and should not include fluorouracil.
Following a very-low-calorie total diet replacement plan can lead to type 2 diabetes remission in South Asian individuals, shows the STANDby trial.
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