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Wenn sie Blau werden – Trobalt (Retigabin) Behandlung kann zu Pigmentveränderungen von Augengeweben, einschließlich der Retina, und der Haut, Lippen und/oder der Nägel führen: Neue Einschränkungen für die Anwendung

26. Juni 2013 – Die Firma GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) hat kürzlich einen „Rote Hand“-Brief an die deutsche Ärzteschaft versandt, um über eine  Einschränkung der Zulassung von Trobalt (Retigabin) nach Berichten von Pigmentveränderungen zu informieren und Empfehlungen für die Therapie-Überwachung zu geben.

Dabei soll Trobalt (Retigabin) ab jetzt nur als Zusatztherapie von pharmakoresistenten fokalen Krampfanfällen mit oder ohne sekundäre Generalisierung bei Patienten mit Epilepsie im Alter von 18 Jahren oder älter angewendet werden,

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    Ageing is an inevitability for all living organisms, and although we still don't know exactly why our bodies gradually grow ever more decrepit, we are starting to grasp how it happens.
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    One of the key priorities of interventions for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is starting early, with some evidence showing infants as young as seven months old could benefit. Yet, most children in North America aren't diagnosed with ASD until they're over four years of age. New research led by The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) […]
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    In the summer, a mother in Nashville with a seemingly incurable genetic disorder finally found an end to her suffering—by editing her genome.
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    The first genetically edited children were born in China in late 2018. Twins Lulu and Nana had a particular gene—known as CCR5—modified during embryonic development. The aim was to make them (and their descendants) resistant to HIV. By some definitions, this would be an example of human enhancement.