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ban

verb abrogate, banish, bar, block, censor, check, declare illegal, deny, disallow, disqualify, embargo, enjoin, estop, exclude, forbid, foreclose, forfend, interdict, obstruct, outlaw, prevent, prohibit, proscribe, refuse, refuse permission, repress, restrain, say no to, shut off, shut out, stay, stop, suppress, taboo, veto, withhold permission
Associated concepts: ban on Sunday sales
See also: bar, block, boycott, censor, constrain, countermand, debar, deter, disapprobation, eliminate, embargo, enjoin, estop, estoppel, exclude, exclusion, expulsion, forbid, inhibit, injunction, obstruction, ostracism, preclude, prohibit, prohibition, proscribe, proscription, refusal, rejection, relegate, restrain, restraint, suppress, veto

ban

an official proclamation or public notice of prohibition.

BAN, A proclamation, or public notice any summons or edict by which a thing is forbidden or commanded. Vide Bans of Matrimony; Proclamation; Cowell's Interp.

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The results of the present study indicate that the addition of curcumin to mesalamine therapy was effective for inducing clinical and endoscopic remission in patients with mild-to-moderate active ulcerative colitis that had failed to respond to mesalamine alone.
Kidney problems have been reported with medications that contain mesalamine, such as Lialda.
Recent guidelines from the European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation recommend budesonide as more effective than mesalamine for mildly active, localized ileocecal Crohn's disease, and also recommend that budesonide or systemic corticosteroids are preferable for treating moderately active localized ileocecal disease.
The delivery system of many mesalamines is dependent upon a specific pH in order to release, but since the pH levels in the GI tract can vary, it could affect the proper release and efficacy of the medication.
made Lialda the fastest growing brand of mesalamine and with this collaboration
Farrell of Harvard Medical School in Boston says that while the new findings are "impressive," they need to be confirmed in tests without mesalamine to sort out more precisely the benefits of EGF.
Mesalamine, sulfasalazine, and topical 5-ASA are clearly safe during breast-feeding, Dr.
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are not compliant with their mesalamine medications have a five-fold greater
Treatment included systemic steroids, oral and rectal mesalamine, metronidazole, and 6-mercaptopurine.
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