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The Global Autoimmune Disease Therapeutics Market size is expected to reach $149.4 billion by 2025, rising at a market growth of 4.34% CAGR during the forecast period.
"Genetic variability among all of us puts some of us at risk of developing an autoimmune disease. Some of those genetic variants are shared among different diseases, and others are more specific to a particular autoimmune disease.
- The Journal of Clinical and Cellular Immunology has published an article titled, "Why Don't We Have a Vaccine Against Autoimmune Diseases?" co-written by Dr.
Multiple autoimmune syndrome (MAS) is co-occurrence of three or more definite autoimmune diseases in the same patient, and is being increasingly reported.1 These patients usually have one dermatological condition.
NMO, like all autoimmune diseases, occurs when the immune system attacks its own healthy tissues as if they were harmful invaders.
In the US, scientists have noted increased incidence of autoimmune diseases with a decline in infectious diseases.
Conclusion: The cell injury on the ocular surface was more serious in subjects with dry eye in systemic autoimmune disease than in subjects with dry eye in healthy controls.
A 2000 (http://www.semarthritisrheumatism.com/article/S0049-0172(00)67567-4/abstract) study from researchers in New Jersey found that giant cell myocarditis (GCM) is the most fatal autoimmune disease. It is uncommon and characterized by inflammation of the heart muscle, according to the (https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/giant-cell-myocarditis/) National Organization for Rare Disorders.
Lorde took a temporary hiatus from being pop music's favourite wordsmith over the weekend when, in an interview with the Guardian , the 20-year-old singer-songwriter likened her friendship with Taylor Swift to having a friend with an autoimmune disease.
[USA], June 20 ( ANI ): Feeling sorry about her recent statement, Singer Lorde has apologised for being "really insensitive" by comparing her friendship with pop star Taylor Swift as someone struggling with an 'autoimmune disease'.
The researchers used 2006-2013 Medicare data to calculate the risk of shingles among Medicare recipients who had an autoimmune disease and either did or did not receive the herpes zoster vaccine.