muscle-wasting

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muscle-wasting

[ˈmʌslˌweɪstɪŋ] ADJ muscle-wasting diseaseenfermedad f de desgaste muscular
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An MP has welcomed the offer of a parliamentary debate over a new drug for a rare muscle-wasting disease after it emerged one of her constituents may not be eligible for treatment.
It is fantastic news that treatment for a rare muscle-wasting disease has been approved for use on the NHS.
Award winners were selected by Muscular Dystrophy UK's Scottish Council in recognition of people who have shown fantastic commitment to help beat muscle-wasting conditions.
The delivery of the NT-3 gene may have applicability to other sub-types of CMT in addition to other muscle-wasting diseases.
We know only too well the importance of raising awareness of this genetic muscle-wasting disease after our son, Hadi, who will be two in September, was diagnosed with SMA Type One at just eight weeks old.
BMS' rare muscle-wasting disease drug, BMS-986089 (adnectin), will be licensed to Roche for use in duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Muscular Dystrophy UK brings together more than 60 rare, progressive muscle-wasting conditions, which affect around 70,000 people in the UK.
She's even learned to cope with Freidreich's ataxia, a muscle-wasting condition which causes progressive damage to the nervous system, and which she was diagnosed with when she was 16.
Becker muscular dystrophy is a muscle-wasting condition, which usually affects only males.
A BOY who wrote for Nicola Sturgeon's help to get a drug for his muscle-wasting disease has been told he can have it.
Such an understanding is urgently needed, because no treatments are yet available for muscular dystrophies and muscle-wasting disorders.
Such an understanding is urgently needed, as no treatments are yet available for muscular dystrophies and muscle-wasting disorders," stated Alessandra Sacco, Ph.D., associate professor in the Development, Aging, and Regeneration Program at SBP and senior author of the study.