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Corcept Therapeutics: Cushing's Syndrome Is Just The Beginning


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Elevated late-night salivary cortisol may indicate recurrent Cushing’s disease

Elevated late-night salivary cortisol may serve as an early biochemical marker of recurrent Cushing’s disease, and prompt intervention may result in clinical benefits for people with Cushing’s disease, according to recent study findings. According to the researchers, late-night salivary cortisol level is more sensitive for detecting Cushing’s disease recurrence compared with urinary free cor...

Surgery Preferred Option in Cushing's Disease for Best Survival

Patients cured of Cushing's disease still face a significantly increased mortality risk more than 10 years later compared with the general population; those who fare best are patients who only have surgery. Medscape Medical News


Pituitary gland: Mortality in Cushing disease

A recent study by Clayton et al. shows that overall mortality is increased for patients with Cushing disease, even in remission, but that mortality is normal if long-term remission is induced by only one pituitary surgery. These findings emphasize the importance of expert pituitary surgery.

New Monitoring System Evaluated For Antiphospholipid Syndrome Patients

Antiphospholipid syndrome or antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS or APLS), or often also Hughes syndrome, is an autoimmune, hypercoagulable state caused...

Corcept Therapeutics Appoints Renee D. Gala to Board of Directors

MENLO PARK, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/28/16 -- Corcept Therapeutics Incorporated (NASDAQ: CORT), a pharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery, development and commercialization of drugs that treat severe metabolic, psychiatric and oncologic disorders by modulating the effects of the stress hormone cortisol, announced today that Renée D. Galá has joined the company's Board of Directors. "I...

Corcept Therapeutics Announces Second Quarter 2016 Financial Results and Provides Corporate Update

MENLO PARK, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/02/16 -- Corcept Therapeutics Incorporated (NASDAQ: CORT) Corcept Therapeutics Incorporated (NASDAQ: CORT), a pharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery, development and commercialization of drugs that treat severe metabolic, oncologic and psychiatric disorders by modulating the effects of cortisol, today reported its financial results for the quarter e...

New report provides insight into burnout syndrome

A new report on burnout syndrome in critical care health care professionals gives key stakeholders guidance on mitigating the development of burnout syndrome and calls for initiating research to examine ways to prevent as well as treat burnout syndrome.

Antiphospholipid syndrome: pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment

How antiphospholipid syndrome, also known as Hughes syndrome, is diagnosed and the appropriate therapeutic options for its management.

Lynch Syndrome Testing

Lynch syndrome, also known as hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer, is an autosomal-dominant inherited cancer susceptibility syndrome that affects approximately 1 in 35 patients diagnosed with colorectal or endometrial cancers, making it the most common inherited cancer syndrome. Lifetime risk of colorectal cancer for men and women with Lynch syndrome is 10% to 80%, and women with Lynch syndr...

New explanation offered for symptoms of fragile X syndrome

Until recently, scientists thought they understood one of the underlying causes of fragile X syndrome, the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability in the United States. The syndrome, which is associated with autism, was believed to be linked primarily to overactivity in a molecular pathway in the brain.

Is Takotsubo Syndrome a Microvascular ACS?

The authors propose a new definition of Takotsubo syndrome as a microvascular form of acute coronary syndrome with similar symptoms, ECG changes, and elevated cardiac biomarkers. European Heart Journal

Corcept Therapeutics Q2-2016 Update

On Tuesday, August 2, 2016, Corcept Therapeutics’ (CORT) released its 21-2016 results and held a conference call.  We published Part One of a 3-part series on Corcept’s cancer program, but Corcept has a number of indications in the pot. It remains a slow train coming down the tracks, with major clinical milestones still ahead of it.

Carcinoid syndrome

Dr Reichelmann speaks with ecancertv at ESMO 2016 about carcinoid syndrome, which results from carcinoid tumour invasion of organ sites and stimulation of the release of hormones. She describes the symptoms and impacts of carcinoid syndrome on patients...

VIDEO: Approach to dysfunctional lens syndrome addresses source of problem

At OSN New York 2016, Karolinne Maia Rocha, MD, discusses dysfunctional lens syndrome. In the aging eye, the first stage of dysfunctional lens syndrome is loss of accommodation. The approach to dysfunctional lens syndrome improves light scatter and aberrations, according to Rocha.

Scientists identify mutations in three genes linked to uncombable hair syndrome

Some children suffer from completely tangled hair, which cannot be combed at all. In German, the phenomenon bears the apt name "uncombable hair syndrome" or even "Struwwelpeter syndrome".

Burning out in the ICU

A new report on burnout syndrome in critical care health care professionals gives key stakeholders guidance on mitigating the development of burnout syndrome and calls for initiating research to examine ways to prevent as well as treat burnout syndrome.

Critical care health care professionals have high rates of burnout syndrome

A new report on burnout syndrome in critical care health care professionals gives key stakeholders guidance on mitigating the development of burnout syndrome and calls for initiating research to examine ways to prevent as well as treat burnout syndrome.

Pathogenesis and management of Brugada syndrome

Brugada syndrome is a major cause of sudden cardiac death in young patients without structural heart disease. In this Review, Sieira and colleagues summarize the mechanisms involved in the development of Brugada syndrome, and discuss the available options for risk stratification and management.

Who's at Risk for Cushing's? (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- New study developed formula for identifying at-risk individuals

Brain gene may be key to developing medications for Down syndrome

Although it’s clear that Down Syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by the occurrence of an ex

Psychosocial and psychoneuroendocrinal aspects of Takotsubo syndrome

Takotsubo syndrome is often thought to be the result of catecholamine-mediated myocardial stunning triggered by emotional or physiological stress. In this Perspectives article, Kastaun and colleagues discuss the latest studies evaluating the psychoneuroendocrinological and psychosocial mechanisms underlying the pathophysiology of Takotsubo syndrome.

New Study Reveals Genetic Marker for Tourette Syndrome

The search for a genetic marker for Tourette Syndrome (TS) is starting to bear fruit, according to a report from the Tourette Syndrome Association’s International Consortium for TS Genetics...

Safer test for down’s syndrome to be offered to mothers-to-be – Daily Mail

Daily MailSafer test for down's syndrome to be offered to mothers-to-beDaily MailExpectant mothers will be offered a new, safer test for Down's syndrome, reducing the risk of miscarriage during the screening process, the Government has announced. The non-invasive prenatal test (known as NIPT) will mean far fewer women will need ...NHS to offer safer Down's syndrome test to pregnant womenThe Guardi...

Researchers identify metabolite disturbances in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome

Recently published results indicated chronic fatigue syndrome is a conserved, hypometabolic response to environmental stress, with 25% of the metabolite disturbances identified in patients were needed for the diagnosis of the syndrome.Researchers targeted 612 metabolites from 63 biochemical pathways in blood plasma for 45 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) who were age- and sex-matched w...


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