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Thursday 22, Jul 2010

  Oxidative stress research can be effective for treating rare health condition

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Oxidative stress research can be effective for treating rare health conditionResearchers at Queen Mary University London and the University of Leicester have announced a potential breakthrough to treat a rare, fatal medical complication that affects children and young people.

The preliminary data highlighting efficacy of the breakthrough was published as a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine and one patient has already been treated and experienced promising results as per scientists and clinicians from the two universities.

Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis is a rare disease with an unknown cause, according to Jonathan Grigg, Professor of Paediatric Respiratory and Environmental Medicine at Queen Mary University London.

Wednesday 16, Jun 2010

  Oxidative stress research inspires treatment for rare devastating condition

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Oxidative stress research inspires treatment for rare devastating conditionA potential breakthrough was announced by researchers at Queen Mary University London and the University of Leicester for treating Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis, a rare but devastating disease with an unknown cause.

One patient affected with this devastating condition has already been treated by clinicians and scientists from the two universities and noticed promising results.

Preliminary data was published as a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Thursday 29, Apr 2010

  Effective treatment for rare devastating condition inspired by oxidative stress research

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effective-treatment-for-rare-devastating-condition-inspired-by-oxidative-stress-researchA potential breakthrough has been announced by researchers at Queen Mary University London and the University of Leicester for treating a rare but devastating medical condition that can affect children and young people.

One patient has already been treated and experienced promising results by the clinicians and scientists from the two universities. The preliminary data was published as a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Jonathan Grigg, Professor of Paediatric Respiratory and Environmental Medicine at Queen Mary University London, said idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis is a rare disease with an unknown cause.

Tuesday 05, Jan 2010

  Potential breakthrough identified in idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis

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Potential breakthrough identified in idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosisA potential breakthrough in the treatment of a rare but fatal medical condition affecting children and young people has been identified by researchers at the Queen Mary University London and the University of Leicester.

The preliminary data was published as a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Dr Marcus Cooke, Senior lecturer in the Radiation and Oxidative Stress Section at the University of Leicester said that oxidative stress can make a great difference in the quality of an individual’s life.

Jonathan Grigg, Professor of Paediatric Respiratory and Environmental Medicine at Queen Mary University London, remarked that increased oxidative stress could be treated by making the use of antioxidant, N-acetyl cysteine – which has no side effects.