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Anti-IL-5 biologics effective for up to two years in severe asthma, but residual disease remains

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - More than 80% of patients with severe asthma responded to anti-IL-5 biologics in a two-year follow-up study, but 69% experienced persistent airflow

Thousands of excess cancers among American Indians/Alaska Natives, especially in Southern Plains

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Liver, stomach, kidney, lung, colorectal and female breast cancers have a higher incidence rate among American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations

Home-based mobile guided cardiac rehab may be safe and beneficial

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - A six-month home-based mobile guided cardiac rehab program may offer a safe and moderately effective alternative for elderly patients who do not wish to participate

Social media disinformation campaigns tied to vaccine hesitancy

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Social media disinformation campaigns designed to cast doubt on the safety and effectiveness of vaccines are contributing to vaccine hesitancy and a meaningful drop

Fauci says first U.S. COVID-19 vaccines could ship late December or early January

By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - If all goes well, the first doses of a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine will likely become available to some high-risk Americans in late December or

Spain enters 6-month state of emergency to tackle pandemic

By Elena Rodriguez and Joan Faus MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will be under a state of emergency until early May, giving regions legal backing to decide curfews and restrict travel to try and contain

Men with localized prostate cancer have reduced long-term quality of life

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men with localized prostate cancer, especially those who undergo radical prostatectomy, have generally worse long-term self-reported quality of life than

INSIGHT-Make Science Great Again: U.S. researchers dream of life after Trump

By Valerie Volcovici and Sharon Bernstein WASHINGTON, D.C. (Reuters) - From his lab in Toulouse, France, Benjamin Sanderson models the range of extreme risks to humans from climate change, research he

COVID-19 pandemic shifted innovation in diabetes care

By Carolyn Crist NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated innovations in diabetes care, which could create a long-term change in the way doctors and patients communicate, a

Famotidine has uncertain impact on COVID-19 mortality

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Famotidine use within 24 hours of admission does not improve but may worsen 30-day mortality of patients hospitalized with COVID-19, according to a

Most fibromyalgia treatments not supported by high-quality evidence

By Anne Harding NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most therapies now available for fibromyalgia are not backed by high-quality evidence for their effectiveness in reducing pain or improving quality of life

Cerebral microbleeds should not preclude anticoagulation

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The presence of cerebral microbleeds should not be a contraindication to anticoagulation in patients with embolic stroke of undetermined source (ESUS),

Stereotactic radiotherapy a win in patients with painful spinal metastases

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Treating spinal metastases with fewer and higher doses of radiation reduces pain more effectively than conventional palliative radiation, shows a new study

Only a minority of U.S. teens up-to-date on three recommended vaccines

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - About 70% of 17-year-olds in the United States have not completed the recommended vaccine series for human papillomavirus (HPV), meningococcal groups ACWY (

Mohs surgery may not boost survival over standard excision of melanomas on trunk, extremities

By David Douglas NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Compared with wide local excision (WLE), Mohs micrographic surgery (MMS) does not appear to increase overall survival in patients with trunk or extremity

UPDATE 1-Under pressure, WHO plans COVID-19 vaccine insurance scheme for poor nations

(Adds details of scheme) By Reuters Staff BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A vaccine scheme co-led by the World Health Organization is setting up a compensation fund for people in poor nations who might suffer

Polish abortion protests go global

By Karolina Bohacova and Lewis Macdonald WARSAW (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters in cities around the world have gathered over the past days in support of Poles who have taken to the streets after

Moderna on track to report late-stage COVID-19 vaccine data next month

By Manas Mishra and Carl O'Donnell (Reuters) - Moderna Inc on Thursday said it is on track to report early data from a late-stage trial of its experimental COVID-19 vaccine next month, offering the

ANALYSIS-What do waning COVID-19 antibodies tell us about immunity and vaccines?

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Growing evidence that COVID-19 antibody levels can wane swiftly after someone is infected is not necessarily bad news for immunity, experts said on Thursday, and

CORRECTED-Myocardial effects seen in some pregnant women with severe COVID-19

(Corrects author's affiliation in para 2 of Oct 27 story.) By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Cardiac biomarkers are elevated in some pregnant women with COVID-19, but the significance is

Scientists identify prolific coronavirus strain which started in Spain and spread across Europe

By Ludwig Burger FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A coronavirus strain that emerged in Spain in June has spread across Europe and now makes up a large proportion of infections in several countries, researchers

ANALYSIS-U.S. drugmakers, bracing for price cuts, shift election support toward Democrats

By Carl O'Donnell NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. pharmaceutical industry, long a supporter of Republicans, is giving almost half its political donations to Democratic candidates in this year's election

Africa must prepare for second COVID wave, disease control group says

By Giulia Paravicini and Duncan Miriri ADDIS ABABA/NAIROBI (Reuters) - COVID-19 cases are accelerating in some parts of Africa and governments should step up preparations for a second wave, the Africa

CORRECTED-Grave-counting satellite images seek to track Yemen's COVID death toll

(Corrects to remove comparison with government figures) By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - A first-of-its-kind study has used satellite images to count fresh graves and analyse burial activity in

WHO scheme may compensate people in poor countries against COVID vaccine side-effects

By Reuters Staff BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A vaccine scheme co-led by the World Health Organization is setting up a compensation fund for people in poor nations who might suffer any side-effects from COVID

Activists urge 'Big Pharma' to be transparent on COVID-19 vaccine costs

By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Activists called on pharmaceutical companies on Thursday to be transparent about the costs and terms of providing COVID-19 vaccines, saying they must be

Next crop of COVID-19 vaccine developers take more traditional route

By Julie Steenhuysen and Caroline Copley CHICAGO/BERLIN (Reuters) - The handful of drugmakers dominating the global coronavirus vaccine race are pushing the boundaries of vaccine technology. The next

Next crop of COVID-19 vaccine developers take more traditional route

By Julie Steenhuysen and Caroline Copley CHICAGO/BERLIN (Reuters) - The handful of drugmakers dominating the global coronavirus vaccine race are pushing the boundaries of vaccine technology. The next

United to give travelers free COVID-19 tests on select Newark-London flights

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - United Airlines said on Thursday it will offer free rapid COVID-19 tests to customers on select transatlantic flights, as part of a four-week pilot program aimed at

Masks good, ventilation better at cutting COVID risk at indoor events -study

By Caroline Copley BERLIN (Reuters) - Face masks and limits on numbers are important, but good ventilation technology is the most essential ingredient of all in reducing the risk of the coronavirus

REFILE-EXCLUSIVE-Study suggests dengue may provide some immunity against COVID-19

(Fixes typo in source line of Oct 19 story.) By Pedro Fonseca RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - A new study that analyzed the coronavirus outbreak in Brazil has found a link between the spread of the virus

Mostly positive outcomes after 2018 adult heart transplant allocation changes

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - Adult heart transplant policy allocation changes enacted in the U.S. in 2018 have led to mostly positive outcomes, a new study suggests. An analysis of data on more

France and Germany thrust into lockdown as second COVID-19 wave sweeps Europe

By Andreas Rinke and Sudip Kar-Gupta BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel ordered their countries back into lockdown on Wednesday, as a massive

Combination checkpoint and VEGF inhibitors now first-line treatment for advanced liver cancer

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Combination therapy with the checkpoint inhibitor (CPI) atezolizumab and the vascular endothelial growth factor inhibitor (VEGFi) bevacizumab emerged as

Medical crowdfunding reasons, success differ in Canada, UK and U.S.

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Medical crowdfunding campaigns in the U.S. raise more money and focus more on financing routine care than campaigns in the Canada and the UK, a new study suggests.

Prolonged central line in preemies tied to fewer needle sticks, better thalamus growth

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Premature infants who have central lines maintained for more than 14 days have fewer needle pokes that break the skin and more thalamus growth than infants with

Depressive symptoms common in first three years postpartum

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Approximately one in four women have elevated symptoms of depression at one point in time over the first three years postpartum, a population-based birth cohort

Studies conflict on tocilizumab for COVID-19 pneumonia

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - A handful of studies on whether the rheumatoid arthritis drug tocilizumab provides clinically meaningful benefit for hospitalized COVID-19 patients with pneumonia have

In utero exposure to IBD drugs doesn't up kids' infection risk

By Reuters Staff NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children exposed in utero to medications used to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are not at increased risk of antibiotic-treated infection or severe

Corticosteroids improve histologic response rates in pediatric eosinophilic esophagitis

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Corticosteroids significantly improve histologic response rates in children with eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), according to a new meta-analysis. "Our

Black people still less likely to get flu shots in U.S. nursing homes

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Black nursing home residents continue to be less likely than their white peers to receive influenza vaccinations, mainly due to refusals, according to data

'Cold turkey' a common and often successful way to quit cigarettes

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Quitting cigarettes "cold turkey" without any pharmacologic help can be an effective way to stop smoking long-term for many smokers, results of a small

Stereotactic radiosurgery best for cancer patients with 4+ brain metastases

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For cancer patients with four or more brain metastases, stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) reduces cognitive decline compared with whole-brain radiation

Metabolic surgery linked to better cardiovascular outcomes after heart attack

By Anne Harding NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Patients who undergo bariatric surgery after myocardial infarction (MI) have better cardiovascular outcomes and lower mortality than their peers who don't

Autoreactive T cells present in healthy pancreas

By Will Boggs NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Preproinsulin-specific CD8+ T cells capable of attacking pancreatic islet cells are abundant in healthy pancreas, researchers report. "Previous dogma said

Sarcopenia does not worsen survival after shunting for refractory ascites

By David Douglas NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In patients with cirrhosis undergoing transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) for refractory ascites, sarcopenia is not associated with

UPDATE 1-German infectious disease agency hit again by hackers after arson attack

(Adds ministry confirming attack) By Reuters Staff BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Robert Koch Institute for infectious disease control was targeted again by hackers on Wednesday, days after its

Belgium needs plasma to continue COVID-19 studies, Red Cross says

By Marine Strauss and Francois Lenoir BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgian clinical studies to study the effectiveness of blood plasma for people recovering from COVID-19 are at risk of being suspended

REFILE-Peru reports first diphtheria case in 20 years amid low vaccination rate

(Refiling to correct media tag to HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PERU-DIPHTHERIA instead of HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BOLIVIA-DIPTHERIA) By Marco Aquino LIMA (Reuters) - Peru reported its first case of diphtheria after

Peru reports first diphtheria case in 20 years amid low vaccination rate

By Marco Aquino LIMA (Reuters) - Peru reported its first case of diphtheria after 20 years following warnings by international health organizations that the coronavirus pandemic would hamper routine

Public transport seen as major culprit for Italy coronavirus surge

By Angelo Amante ROME (Reuters) - Public transport in Italy is increasingly seen by experts and policymakers as one of the places where the risk of contracting COVID-19 is highest, as the government

Health minister says Spaniards right to be annoyed after he attended awards ceremony

By Nathan Allen and Inti Landauro MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's health minister said on Wednesday Spaniards were right to be angry at him attending an awards ceremony with dozens of other high-profile

'Flat and fierce': Israeli breast cancer survivor celebrates scars topless

By Lianne Back TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Shirtless beneath a pink blazer, Eylon Nuphar stands scarred and proud as she poses for the cover of an Israeli women's magazine one month after undergoing a double

FOCUS-U.S. pharmacies attract new flu shot customers as coronavirus surges

By Caroline Humer NEW YORK (Reuters) - Walmart Inc, Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc, CVS Health Corp and Rite Aid Corp have told Reuters demand for flu shots at their U.S. pharmacies is up sharply - in

REFILE-'Overwhelming' COVID second wave floods Swiss hospitals

(Corrects formatting error with no change to text) By Cecile Mantovani GENEVA (Reuters) - Swiss hospitals are scrambling to cope with a surge in new COVID-19 patients, bringing back retired staff to

REFILE-U.S. strikes deal with Lilly for potential COVID-19 antibody drug

(Corrects formatting error with no change to text) By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - The U.S. government will pay as much as $1.19 billion to Eli Lilly and Co to secure nearly 1 million doses of its

U.S. strikes deal with Lilly for potential COVID-19 antibody drug

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - The U.S. government will pay as much as $1.19 billion to Eli Lilly and Co to secure nearly 1 million doses of its experimental COVID-19 antibody treatment, a drug similar

'Overwhelming' COVID second wave floods Swiss hospitals

By Cecile Mantovani GENEVA (Reuters) - Swiss hospitals are scrambling to cope with a surge in new COVID-19 patients, bringing back retired staff to replace sick frontline workers and closing other

German infectious disease agency hit by hackers days before arson attack - Spiegel

By Reuters Staff BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's Robert Koch Institute for infectious disease control was hit by a cyber attack days before its headquarters was the target of an arson attempt, Der

Grave-counting satellite images seek to track Yemen's COVID death toll

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - A first-of-its-kind study using satellite images to count fresh graves and analyse burial activity in Yemen has estimated the death toll there from COVID-19 or

UK Vaccine Taskforce Chair says early COVID-19 vaccines may be imperfect - The Lancet

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - UK Vaccine Taskforce Chair Kate Bingham said on Tuesday that the first generation of COVID-19 vaccines "is likely to be imperfect" and that they "might not work for

Myocardial effects seen in some pregnant women with severe COVID-19

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Cardiac biomarkers are elevated in some pregnant women with COVID-19, but the significance is unclear, researchers say. "Right now, we know that many

Hospital volumes declined amid springtime COVID pandemic

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Hospitalizations for emergencies like heart attacks and strokes, injuries, ectopic pregnancies, and a broad range of chronic conditions declined during peaks in the

Hospital survey finds reasons for both optimism and concern about COVID-19 and newborns

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - An April survey of hospitals around the world found low rates of infection with SARS-CoV-2 among newborns, but also shortages of testing equipment, personal

Unclear when and which athletes can return to competition after COVID-19

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - While preliminary guidelines have been developed, it remains unclear how best to stratify the cardiovascular risk of athletes in competitive sports

Isotonic fluids without potassium could be harmful for some acutely ill kids

By Frederik Joelving NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A recent move to use isotonic rather than hypotonic intravenous fluids (IVFs) in acutely ill children could be boosting their risk of developing

Novavax delays U.S. trial of COVID-19 vaccine to November

By Manas Mishra and Julie Steenhuysen (Reuters) - Novavax Inc on Tuesday delayed the start of a late-stage U.S. trial of its experimental coronavirus vaccine by roughly a month to the end of November,

Could COVID-19 be linked to acute parkinsonism?

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Acute parkinsonism can follow COVID-19 infection, according to the authors of a new review, although other experts say the jury is still out. "We should

CORRECTED-Almost half a million Americans contract COVID-19 in past week as infections surge

(Corrects wording in second paragraph to show more than 5,600 people have died from the virus, not were infected) By Lisa Shumaker and Maria Caspani CHICAGO (Reuters) - Nearly half a million people in

Almost half a million Americans contract COVID-19 in past week as infections surge

By Lisa Shumaker and Maria Caspani CHICAGO (Reuters) - Nearly half a million people in the United States have contracted the novel coronavirus in the last seven days, according to a Reuters tally, as

Biologics reduce COVID-19 hospitalization risk in psoriasis

By Reuters Staff NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Biologic treatment in patients with psoriasis is associated with a reduced risk of COVID-19-related hospitalization, compared with non-biologic systemic

Impaired kidney function linked to worse COVID-19 outcomes

By Anne Harding NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Patients with renal impairment who become critically ill with COVID-19 fare worse than those with intact renal function, new findings show. Mortality was

No difference in net adverse clinical events with clopidogrel, ticagrelor after PCI

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Net adverse clinical events (NACE) in the 12 months following percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for acute coronary syndrome (ACS) do not differ

Begin colorectal-cancer screening at 45 years, not 50, says USPSTF

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The recommended age to begin colorectal-cancer screening should be lowered to 45 years, according to draft recommendations from the U.S. Preventive

REFILE-Italy okays trial of osteoporosis drug to treat COVID-19

(Corrects formatting error with no change to text) By Emilio Parodi MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's main medicines regulator gave the go-ahead on Tuesday for human clinical trials on raloxifene, a generic

REFILE-EU warns not enough COVID vaccines for all in Europe until 2022

(Corrects formatting error with no change to text) By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Only a share of the European Union population can be inoculated against the new coronavirus before 2022,

REFILE-Airplane COVID-19 risk 'very low' with masks, other actions, report finds

(Corrects formatting error in dateline with no change to text) By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Transmission risks of COVID-19 during airline flights are very low and below other routine

Higher inpatient complication rate with COVID-19 vs flu

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - Patients have more complications when hospitalized for severe COVID-19 than for severe flu, according to a new study. Researchers compared 3,948 adults hospitalized for

Germany sees health system 'at breaking point' without tougher curbs -Bild

By Caroline Copley BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that Germany's health system could hit breaking point if coronavirus infections continue to spiral, ahead of a meeting to

Airplane COVID-19 risk 'very low' with masks, other actions, report finds

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON, Oct 27 (Reuters)Transmission risks of COVID-19 during airline flights are very low and below other routine activities during the pandemic such as grocery shopping or

EU warns not enough COVID vaccines for all in Europe until 2022

By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Only a share of the European Union population can be inoculated against the new coronavirus before 2022, should an effective vaccine be available, EU

New coronavirus uses two 'keys' to enter cells

By Reuters Staff (Reuters Health) - The spike protein on the surface of the new coronavirus virus possesses more than one "key" to help it break into cells, researchers say. The virus is known to

Child malnutrition at record highs in parts of Yemen -U.N. survey

By Reuters Staff DUBAI (Reuters) - Parts of Yemen are suffering record levels of acute child malnutrition, with nearly 100,000 children now at risk of dying, heightening warnings that the country is

Italy okays trial of osteoporosis drug to treat COVID-19

By Emilio Parodi MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's main medicines regulator gave the go-ahead on Tuesday for human clinical trials on raloxifene, a generic osteoporosis drug that researchers hope may also

FACTBOX-From abortion rights to 'magic mushrooms,' U.S. voters will decide

By Peter Szekely (Reuters) - Voters in 32 U.S. states and the District of Columbia will have the opportunity on Nov. 3 to approve or reject a wide range of ballot questions, ranging from proposals on

Oral cannabinoid drugs may worsen COPD outcomes

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Using prescription oral cannabinoid drugs is associated with increased rates of adverse outcomes in older patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary

Thromboembolic events common in COVID-19 patients in ICU despite prophylaxis

By David Douglas NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Despite routine thromboprophylaxis, major arterial and venous thromboembolic disease as well as other major adverse cardiovascular events are common in

COVID-19 GI symptoms common, tied to more severe disease, worse outcomes

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting and stomach pain are common presenting symptoms of COVID-19 infection and are associated with

COVID's cognitive costs? Some patients' brains may age 10 years

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - People recovering from COVID-19 may suffer significant brain function impacts, with the worst cases of the infection linked to mental decline equivalent to the brain

Coronavirus pandemic deepens Japan's demographic crisis

By Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) - Tumbling numbers of pregnancies and marriages in Japan during the coronavirus pandemic are likely to intensify a demographic crisis in the rapidly ageing nation.

UK study finds evidence of waning antibody immunity to COVID-19 over time

By Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) - Antibodies against the novel coronavirus declined rapidly in the British population during the summer, a study found on Tuesday, suggesting protection after

Long-term health problems seen in low-risk COVID-19 patients

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - Young, healthy adults with COVID-19 who do not require hospitalization are still at risk for long-term health problems, British researchers found. Via advertisements,

Flu shot may help protect against COVID-19

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - Flu vaccines may help the body defend itself against COVID-19, according to a Dutch study that found hospital workers who got a flu shot last winter were less likely to

Pandemic increases need for strength training by elderly

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - Older people should be doing resistance exercises, also known as strength training, during the pandemic, to counteract the effects of physical inactivity and to make sure

Hydroxychloroquine fails to protect medical workers

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - The malaria drug hydroxychloroquine failed to protect healthcare workers caring for COVID-19 patients from becoming infected themselves, according to results of a formal,

Hood technique can facilitate swift return to urinary continence after radical prostatectomy

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The "hood" technique for robot-assisted prostatectomy enabled a return to continence within four months, without compromising surgical margins, in a

Earlier social distancing might have stopped majority of NYC coronavirus infections

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - An agent-based simulation of the spread of SARS-CoV-2 suggests that earlier social distancing in New York City might have prevented the vast majority of infections

UPDATE 1-Europe needs 'serious acceleration' in fight against coronavirus - WHO

(Adds final three paragraphs with WHO comments on United States) By Reuters Staff GENEVA (Reuters) - Europe needs a "serious acceleration" in the fight against the coronavirus and a lack of

Study supports citrate over heparin anticoagulation for continuous dialysis

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A large randomized controlled trial supports the use of regional citrate over heparin anticoagulation to help prevent blood clot formation at the filter in

Serum omega-3 fatty acids tied to improved STEMI prognosis

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Higher levels of serum omega-3 fatty acids at the time of ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) are associated with lower incidence of major adverse

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