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FDA Grants Roche's Giant Cell Arteritis Drug Actemra Breakthrough Status

Tech Times - Oct 5, 2016
Giant cell arteritis (also known as GCA, or temporal arteritis or TA) is an autoimmune condition with worldwide impact, generally affecting those who are above 50 years old, and especially women. It is part of the larger spectrum of large-vessel ...

FDA Grants Breakthrough Therapy Designation for Genentech's Actemra® (Tocilizumab) in Giant Cell Arteritis, a Form ...

Business Wire (press release) - Oct 5, 2016
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Dr. Roach: Temporal arteritis requires long-term prednisone

LubbockOnline.com - Aug 25, 2016
Giant cell arteritis, also called temporal arteritis, causes headaches and may cause jaw pain when chewing. Moreover, in some people it causes visual changes, which can lead to permanent blindness. Prednisone is very effective at treating this ...

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Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Giant Cell Arteritis: a survival guide

by: Dr Kate Gilbert PhD
Polymyalgia Rheumatica (PMR) and Giant Cell Arteritis (GCA) are linked rheumatic inflammatory illnesses that affect older people - generally, people over 50. They are chronic autoimmune conditions that cause untold misery, pain and debilitation. More acutely, undiagnosed GCA can lead to blindness, which is irreversible. In the United Kingdom each year, there are an estimated 40,000 new cases of PMR and 10,000 new cases of GCA, with a significant degree of overlap, many people having both conditions together.
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Giant-Cell Arteritis: One Man's Exciting Experience

by: Mason A. Clark
This is the story of one 90-year old man's Giant-Cell Arteritis told in great detail for the instruction of other GCA patients. GCA -- also known as temporal arteritis --is not life-shortening and is readily treatable but starts as an emergency requiring immediate treatment. Prolonged treatment with prednisone requires a cooperative effort of the patient and the physician. Some of my understanding of my experience may differ from that of some doctors. This is my report of my experience with GCA, including the reading of medical literature and the reading of the experiences of other GCA and PMR patients.
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21st Century Ultimate Medical Guide to Giant Cell Arteritis, Temporal Arteritis - Authoritative Clinical Information for Physicians and Patients by PM Medical Health News

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The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Vasculitis with Temporal Arteritis: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age - Common

by: By (author) Icon Health Publications
This book has been created for patients who have decided to make education and research an integral part of the treatment process. Although it also gives information useful to doctors, caregivers and other health professionals, it tells patients where and how to look for information covering virtually all topics related to vasculitis with temporal arteritis (also Angiitis), from the essentials to ...
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Temporal arteritis (otherwise known as giant-cell arteritis) is a type of vasculitis that affects medium to large arteries in the head. Patients with temporal arteritis ...

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This video contains aftercare instructions(basically instructions you receive after seeing your doctor or provider). These instructions are not meant to replace ...