Unmet needs remain in rheumatoid arthritis for patient satisfaction and symptom management
The majority of patients surveyed reported their rheumatoid arthritis symptoms were only moderately controlled and nearly 75% were unsatisfied with their treatment.
Fabry disease screening may improve early diagnosis and treatment
Currently, screening for Fabry disease relies on measuring levels of alpha-Gal A activity in a specific type of white blood cell, but recent findings suggest an easier method for screening and diagnosis.
Positive outcomes for neurology despite setbacks for Alzheimer’s disease
There have been some R&D setbacks in neurology, most notably in the field of Alzheimer’s disease, which continues to be plagued by drug failures.