Researchers uncover link between immune function and osteoarthritic pain and progression

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Researchers uncover link between immune function and osteoarthritic pain and progression

If we can target these monocytes in OA, we may be able to slow down disease progression or decrease the risk of other chronic inflammatory diseases,” she said. Chronic inflammation and osteoarthritis has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and depression among adults …
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Endogenous protein reverses scarring in the lungs

The endogenous protein RAGE, which has usually been negatively associated with chronic inflammation and diabetic complications, plays a major role in the repair of DNA damage – and also appears to heal tissue damaged as a result of accelerated cell senescence. This molecular mechanism was …
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Increased oral pathogens, decreased bacterial diversity predict precancerous stomach cancer …

Accumulating evidence suggests that chronic inflammation caused by oral bacterial infections may contribute to the development and progression of …
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Possible cure for chronic osteoporosis found

Possible cure for chronic osteoporosis found … there is no way to cure it once bone loss occurs because of chronic inflammation,” said Professor Min.
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