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HBV

14-08-2018 | Oncology | News | Article

Preoperative antivirals lower recurrence risk in HBV-related liver cancer

Patients who receive antiviral therapy for more than 90 days prior to hepatectomy for hepatitis B virus-related hepatocellular carcinoma have a reduced risk for microvascular invasion and early tumor recurrence, Chinese research shows.

03-08-2018 | HBV | News | Article

HCC risk score developed for patients with chronic hepatitis B virus

Researchers have developed and validated a score for predicting the risk for hepatocellular carcinoma in Asian patients with chronic hepatitis B virus infection who are taking oral antiviral therapy.

03-08-2018 | HBV | News | Article

HCC risk remains even after achieving positive HBV outcomes

Two meta-analyses published in the Journal of Viral Hepatitis confirm that patients with hepatitis B virus infection remain at risk for hepatocellular carcinoma even after achieving positive virologic outcomes, and identify factors associated with the risk.

Asthma

04-07-2018 | Asthma | News | Article

Asthma risk prediction score accounts for early treatment response

Researchers have developed a measure for predicting future asthma risk based on patient characteristics and current level of asthma control.

20-06-2018 | Asthma | News | Article

Good prognosis for patients with mild asthma

Research findings can reassure patients with mild asthma that the long-term prognosis is good, with only a tenth of patients transitioning to more severe disease over 10 years.

08-05-2018 | Asthma | News | Article

Eosinophilia linked to lung function decline irrespective of asthma symptoms

High blood eosinophil counts are associated with airflow obstruction and lung function decline in patients with asthma, but also in people without respiratory symptoms, population-based study findings show.

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