Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is a chronic, inflammatory autoimmune disease that leads to progressive and destructive polyarthritis and affects approximately 1% of the population. It is characterized b...
The development of tumor therapy in cancer immunotherapy has been aided by programmed death receptor-1 and programmed death protein ligand inhibitors. Since its discovery in 1990, the programmed cell death protein 1 receptor (PD-1) receptor has been known to negatively regulate T-cell mediated immune response via i...Find More
In recent years, the healthcare industry has witnessed immense growth in the screening and diagnostics segment. The incorporation of new-age technologies is bringing several life-saving revolutions to the market and improving the overall health outcomes for the patient. Digitization, innovation, newer hybrid busine...Find More
Antibody-drug conjugate (ADCs) is a new emerging class of highly potent pharmaceutical drugs, which is a great combination of chemotherapy and immunotherapy. Over the past couple of decades, antibody-drug conjugates have revolutionized the field of cancer chemotherapy. ADCs are composed of 3 parts: an antibody drug...Find More
Chronic pulmonary hypertension (CPH) encompasses a heterogeneous group of disorders with the common feature of elevated pulmonary vascular resistance, accounting for approximately 42 million cases in 7MM in 2021. As per DelveInsight’s analysis, the 7MM prevalence is expected to increase at a considerable CAGR of 0....Find More
Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is the most common cancer, accounting for approximately 85% of the total lung cancers in the United States. Almost 230K new cases were diagnosed in 2022 alone. Moreover, significant deaths were recorded at the end of the same year, accounting for almost 130K deaths. As per DelveIn...Find More
Lung Cancer presents a heavy health and economic burden in Asia, being the most common form of cancer, with 60% of the world’s lung cancers being diagnosed there. Lung cancer is also present in more than 30% of non-smokers in Asia, specifically in adenocarcinomas, which is a subtype largely defined by oncogenic dri...Find More
Sleep disorders (or sleep-wake disorders) are one of the major health burdens in today's time. Sleep is a fundamental process in human life and well-being, and these disorders largely remain untreated or, more often, misdiagnosed as psychiatric problems. Sleep disorders affect and change the way that a person sleep...Find More
RNA interference (RNAi) is a fundamental gene-silencing pathway in eukaryotic cells that involves an enzyme called dicer cleaving long pieces of double-stranded RNA into shorter fragments called siRNAs that can cleave complementary mRNA sequences with the help of the RISC complex and argonaute. RNA interference ...Find More
Gene therapy is an experimental technique that introduces functional genes into a patient’s body to counteract or replace defective ones, thereby curing disease without using pharmaceuticals, radiotherapy, or surgery. Genetic defects that are difficult to treat with drugs or antibodies can be treated with therapy w...Find More
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