Hope everyone’s holiday season is off to a good start!
As we gear up for Christmas and the New Year, we’re bringing you four stories that stood out from this year. First, we have a story about an NFL cheerleader whose doctor didn’t believe her symptoms. Next, we have updates on gene therapy for HAE as well as a pulmonary sarcoidosis trial. Finally, we have an article discussing why cancer treatment outcome differ between sexes.
Sit back and enjoy this week’s Editor’s Choice.
A cheerleader for the St. Louis Rams was experiencing shortness of breath, but doctors weren’t listening. That’s when she took matters into her own hands.
HAE is a mysterious disease that causes severe swelling. Could gene therapy provide solutions?
Check out the latest news on a clinical trial, a partnership, and the future of pulmonary sarcoidosis treatment.
Do male and female bodies respond differently to cancer treatment? And if so, what does that mean for clinical trials and personalized medicine?