Approximately 60 percent to 70 percent of diabetics suffer from the effects if peripheral neuropathy, with effects ranging from tingling in the arms and legs to unbearable pain.
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June 21, 2013
The grant will allow U.Va. researchers to “rapidly determine” the ability of the drug “to improve the primary problem of reduced blood flow to the legs, which afflicts millions of patients with peripheral arterial disease,” says Dr. Brian Annex.
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April 08, 2013
U.Va. researchers working as part of an NIH-funded consortium have identified the molecular structure of a protein whose mutations have been linked to early aging diseases and side effects for common HIV and AIDS drugs.