Could lead biomarkers of lupus, the quicker and better diagnosisUniversity of Pittsburgh researchers have lead biomarkers, could identify in earlier and more accurate diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus , a devastating disease, as many as 1.5 million Americans affected, and occurs 10 to 15 times more often in women. – The results are published in the November 2004 issue of Arthritis & Rheumatism.
It is not advised for patients with lupus from a variety of specialists and subspecialists over a period of several years to search before they are properly diagnosed is unusual, SLE, but to delays in receiving treatment and ultimately lead to higher costs for the treatment of the disease and its complications. While there is no cure for lupus, there are many ways the symptoms the symptoms, including chemotherapy.An international team of doctors and human geneticists has identified a new genetic risk factor for Parkinson disease. Which institutions involved in the trial were the Institute Human Genetics of the Helmholtz Zentrum M? Nchen and the Technical University? the Neurological Clinic of Ludwig-Maximilians – University? D Munich and the Mitochondrial Research Group Newcastle University from Newcastle upon Tyne.