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Michele Sullivan
Medical writer covering 18 specialties- but specializing in just one: Alzheimer's.
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Michele Sullivan Jun 14
Hi Jeff. I would like you to play my great-great uncle, William Doniphan Robinson, in the movie that will be made of the book that has yet to be written about the Philippines before and during WWII. :-) It's gonna be awesome. You heard it here first. Seriously :-)
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Michele Sullivan Jan 18
Does tretinoin really work by rebalancing the skin microbiome? Theres new evidence to suggest that just might be the case, Dr. Hilary Baldwin said at .
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Michele Sullivan Jan 17
Peanut allergy desensitization is a lifelong journey, Dr. James Baker said at . Protocols start with peanut dust and very slowly up to a dozen peanut M&Ms daily. But if kids stop eating peanuts sensitivity quickly returns.
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Michele Sullivan Jan 17
Honey from kanuka - a New Zealand bush flower - may treat actinic keratoses. It's high in arabinogalactan proteins, which stimulate release of TNF-α, Dr. Ted Rosen said at
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Michele Sullivan Jan 17
It's a great day here at and "most" of us even managed to come back after lunch. And speaking of lunch, did you know 60% of parents who have food-allergic kids don't carry an EpiPen? Fact, says Dr. James Baker.
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
So long, Barceolona, and thanks for all the fish. And all the news at 0
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Probably not untik I get home next week.
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Replying to @KarlHerrup
Dan Skrovronskym head of Lily, seemed pessimistic.
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Replying to @KarlHerrup
IDEAS study data show scans altered clinical mgmt in 60% of cases, including, and maybe most importantly, enabling new dx in Ab- patients.
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Replying to @AndyBiotech
Don't be 2 quick. MS world is getting pretty amazing stuff beginning to use plasma exchange as first line tx for adults with aggressive progressive disease. Just at ECTRIMS and heard data on case series. not sharing baseline stuff makes one skeptical. No reason not to
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Replying to @iangtobin
It was well presented and I had an interview with them n will be writing it up
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Replying to @KarlHerrup
Even Dan Skovronsky of Lilly seemed doubtful
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Replying to @iangtobin
Big diff tho as the study you reference didn't include plasma exchange.
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Opening the Pandora's box of BACE inhibition adverse events at with a presentation on how BACE1 knockout mice develop axonal organization defects in their hippocampus..Couple of the human BACE studies here showed shrinkage of this and other brain regions.
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Is BACE inhibition a losing game? Here at , it sure seems like it's going that way.Pierre Tariot uttered a brief comment that said volumes: "We have been trying to make people better, and here we are talking abt making them worse."
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
Yeah that's why we need a blood bases biomarker so badly. And CMS should pay for amyloid scans when medically indicated. That is what study is trying to accomplish
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Craig Ritchie Oct 27
Excellent presentation from on A4 data regarding reaction to amyloid status. Bottom line - there is an impact on sense of time and future plans. Great evidence we can apply and adapt to led by
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
How do people react to the news that they're positive? What's the best way to disclose it to pts? A very valuable session on this at .
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Michele Sullivan Oct 27
My day started with the cab driver for hell but excitement more than makes up for it. The best meeting I've been to in years.
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Lon S. Schneider, MD Oct 27
I might have said study design but meant the presentation, splitting the sample into mild and mod, but not providing the baseline demographics and scores, and not showing the coefficients for the covariates and factors in the MMRM model, precludes a potential understanding...
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