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Alternative therapies for chronic rhinosinusitis: A review.

The use of alternative medicine in chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) continues to increase in popularity, for the most part without meeting the burden of being based on sound clinical evidence. New and emerging treatments, both natural and developed, are numerous, and it remains a challenge for otolaryngologists as well as general practitioners to keep up to date with these therapies and their efficacy. In this systematic review, we discuss a number of alternative therapies for CRS, their proposed physiologic me...


Investigational therapies targeting the androgen signaling axis and the androgen receptor and in prostate cancer - recent developments and future directions.

Despite the heterogeneity of prostate cancer (PCa), androgen stimulation is fundamental to its development, growth and lethality. Therefore, the blockade of androgen receptor (AR) signaling is critical to controlling the disease, even after progression with castrate levels of androgens. Areas covered: We review the current understanding of new ways to block the AR, using novel antiandrogen inhibitors, which act on different parts of the AR signaling pathway in PCa. We also review new approaches, such as the...

Promise of Immune Therapies in Multiple Myeloma.


Multiple Biomarker Testing Tissue Consumption and Completion Rates With Single-gene Tests and Investigational Use of Oncomine Dx Target Test for Advanced Non-Small-cell Lung Cancer: A Single-center Analysis.

First-line targeted therapies have been developed for advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC). However, small biopsy samples pose a challenge to testing all relevant biomarkers. The present study characterized clinician-ordered single-gene lung cancer testing and evaluated tissue stewardship and the ability to successfully determine mutation status with single-gene testing or investigational use of the Oncomine Dx Target Test.

Ensuring Justice in Access to Investigational Neurological Drugs.

Patients who suffer from life-threatening illnesses or are stricken with conditions that could result in serious morbidity who have exhausted all appropriate treatments may choose to try, through the Food and Drug Administration's expanded access program, an investigational drug or device in development. The program has succeeded for decades in allowing patients to access potentially helpful but still experimental agents. Nevertheless, the administration of investigational drugs outside of clinical trials r...

Children's Selective Trust in Promises.

There has been extensive research into the development of selective trust in testimony, but little is known about the development of selective trust in promises. The present research investigates children's (N = 264) selective trust in others' promises to help. In Study 1, 6-year-olds selectively trusted speakers who had previously kept a promise. In Study 2, 5-year-olds displayed selective trust for speakers who had previously kept a prosocial promise (promise to help). In Study 3, 5-year-olds trusted a ...

Investigational drugs for the treatment of endometriosis, an update on recent developments.

Endometriosis is a hormone-dependent benign chronic disease that requires a chronic medical therapy. Although currently available drugs are efficacious in treating endometriosis-related pain, some women experience partial or no improvement. Moreover, the recurrence of symptoms is expected after discontinuation of the therapies. Currently, new drugs are under intense clinical investigation for the treatment of endometriosis. Areas covered: This review aims to offer the reader a complete and updated overview ...

Therapies based on targeting EBV lytic replication for EBV-associated malignancies.

In recent years, EBV lytic infection has been shown to significantly contribute to carcinogenesis. Thus, therapies aimed at targeting the EBV lytic cycle have been developed as novel strategies for treatment of EBV-associated diseases malignancies. In this review, focusing on the viral lytic proteins, we describe recent advances regarding the involvement of the EBV lytic cycle in carcinogenesis. Moreover, we further discuss two distinct EBV lytic cycle-targeted therapeutic strategies against EBV-induced mal...

Little to lose and no other options: Ethical issues in efforts to facilitate expanded access to investigational drugs.

Today, public and private bodies around the world are trying to facilitate and increase expanded access to unapproved, investigational drugs for patients with unmet medical needs.

Pharmacotherapy of Gaucher Disease: Current and Future Options.

The clinical manifestations of Gaucher disease, a rare genetic lysosomal storage disorder, are debilitating, and the neuronopathic forms of the disease are fatal. The authors describe the current and investigational therapies for treatment.

An evaluation of the pharmacotherapy for interstitial cystitis.

Interstitial cystitis (IC) and bladder pain syndrome (BPS) are chronic conditions that can be debilitating for patients. There is no consensus as to their etiology, and there are many proposed treatment algorithms. Oftentimes multimodal therapy, such as combining behavioral modification and physical therapy alongside pharmacotherapies, will be utilized. With the various treatment options available to patients and providers, there is an ever-growing need to implement evidence-based therapies. Areas covered: ...

New and developing therapies for atopic dermatitis.

Atopic dermatitis is a common inflammatory skin disease. New understanding in disease pathogenesis has led to a considerable number of promising new drugs in development. New topical agents can be especially helpful for children, providing an alternative to the need for chronic topical corticosteroid use. While many patients with mild or moderate disease can be managed with topical treatments, there are unmet needs for recalcitrant and severe cases. New and developing therapies hold promise for real advance...

Retinal implants show promise in macular degeneration.

Investigational procedures in benign prostatic hypertrophy.

As benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) becomes a more common disease, there has been a dramatic rise in the number of investigational procedures being developed to manage it. We seek to present an overview of the most recently developed treatments and present clinical data related to application wherever available.

Circulating tumor DNA in blood: Future genomic biomarkers for cancer detection.

Cancer is characterized by Darwinian evolution and a primary cause of mortality and morbidity around the globe. Over the preceding decade, the treatment of cancer has been markedly improved by many targeted therapies but these treatments have given birth to new challenges and issues. Clonal evolution and tumor heterogeneity accords a significant challenge in designing cancer therapies. Fortunately, these restrictions have been overcome by technological advancements allowing us to track both genetic and epig...

Updated Performance of the Micra Transcatheter Pacemaker in the Real-World Setting: A Comparison to the Investigational Study and a Transvenous Historical Control.

Early results from the Micra investigational trial (IDE) and Micra post-approval registry (PAR) demonstrated excellent safety and efficacy performance; however, intermediate-term results across a large patient population in the real-world setting have not been evaluated.

Survival outcome and prognostic model of patients with colorectal cancer on phase 1 trials.

Background Patients with metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) who progress on standard therapies may be eligible for phase I trials. To better delineate the risk-benefit ratio, we assessed toxicities, clinical outcomes and prognostic factors. Methods Records of mCRC patients on phase I trials at our institution over 18 years were reviewed. Univariable (UVA) and multivariable analyses (MVA) were undertaken and a prognostic model developed. Results There were 187 enrollments on 37 phase I trials. Median age w...

WhatsApp: A Real-Time Tool to Reduce the Knowledge Gap and Share the Best Clinical Practices in Psoriasis.

Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects around 100 million people worldwide. The burden of disease is high, but more recent therapies show promising results. Clinicians need, however, more training in the use of such therapies.

Biological Therapies for Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Diseases.

The scientific basis and the clinical application of monoclonal antibody therapies that target specific immunologic pathways for eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases (EGIDs) are areas of active interest. There is a growing recognition of a subset of patients with eosinophilic esophagitis, or EoE, whose disease does not respond well to topical steroids or elimination diets. In addition, long-term use of corticosteroids presents risks. Systemic therapy with a biologic agent offers potential advantages as a ...

Continuing Challenges in Advancing Preclinical Science in Skeletal Cell-Based Therapies and Tissue Regeneration.

Cell-based therapies hold much promise for musculoskeletal medicine; however, this rapidly growing field faces a number of challenges. Few of these therapies have proven clinical benefit, and an insufficient regulatory environment has allowed for widespread clinical implementation without sufficient evidence of efficacy. The technical and biological complexity of cell-based therapies has contributed to difficulties with reproducibility and mechanistic clarity. In order to aid in addressing these challenges,...

Enhanced efficacy of combined temozolomide and bromodomain inhibitor therapy for gliomas using targeted nanoparticles.

Effective treatment for glioblastoma (GBM) is limited by the presence of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) and rapid resistance to single agent therapies. To address these issues, we developed a transferrin-functionalized nanoparticle (Tf-NP) that can deliver dual combination therapies. Using intravital imaging, we show the ability of Tf-NPs to traverse intact BBB in mice as well as achieve direct tumor binding in two intracranial orthotopic models of GBM. Treatment of tumor-bearing mice with Tf-NPs loaded with...

Cancer and the Broken Heart: Complications and Implications of Therapy-Related Cardiotoxicity.

The growing number of adult long-term cancer survivors has expanded our knowledge of negative physiologic sequelae associated with curative therapies. Of note are the cardiovascular corollaries of chest radiotherapy and some commonly used chemotherapy agents. A contemporary understanding of risk factors has facilitated the development of guidelines for prevention and surveillance of cardiac compromise. The future holds promise with enhanced opportunities to use cardioprotectant drugs and biomarkers to preve...

Pharmacotherapy for the prevention of malaria in pregnant women: currently available drugs and challenges.

Malaria in pregnancy continues to be a significant public health burden globally, with over 100 million women at risk each year. Sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) is the only antimalarial recommended for intermittent preventive therapy in pregnancy (IPTp) but increasing parasite resistance threatens its viability. There are few other available antimalarial therapies that currently have sufficient evidence of tolerability, safety, and efficacy to replace SP. Areas covered: Novel antimalarial combinations are un...

Concise Review: A Comprehensive Analysis of Reported Adverse Events in Patients Receiving Unproven Stem Cell-Based Interventions.

The promise of stem cell (SC) therapies to restore functions of damaged tissues and organs brings enormous hope to patients, their families, loved ones and caregivers. However, limits may exist for which indications SC therapies might be useful, efficacious, and safe. Applications of innovative therapies within regulatory boundaries and within the framework of controlled clinical trials are the norm in the scientific and medical community; such a system minimizes patient risk by setting a clear and acceptab...

Update on the effects of the sodium pump α1 subunit on human glioblastoma: from the laboratory to the clinic.

Glioblastoma is a debilitating disease that is associated with poor prognosis and a very limited response to therapies; thus, molecularly targeted therapeutics and personalized therapy are urgently needed. The Na/K-ATPase sodium pump is a transmembrane protein complex that has recently been recognized as an important transducer and integrator of various signals. The sodium pump α1 subunit, which is highly expressed in most glioblastomas compared with that in normal brain tissues, is an emerging cancer targ...


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