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Dermatological conditions are a frequent and debilitating side effect of many cancer treatments. But they don’t tend to last long and they can be a sign of better long-term outcomes.
About one in ten women suffer from endometriosis, but it can take up to a decade to get diagnosed, as symptoms are frequently confused with other conditions. Research uncovering genetic links suggests a broader array of treatments lie on the horizon.
It’s taken almost 40 years to develop a drug targeting one of the most commonly mutated cancer genes. Its arrival last year heralds a new direction in tackling some of the world’s most deadly cancers affecting the lungs, bowel and pancreas. More are on the way.
There’s a huge unmet demand for therapeutic drugs to combat osteoarthritis. How are clinical trials advancing and what can sufferers do to manage one of the most debilitating diseases that overhangs old age?