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Monoclonal antibodies are revolutionizing patient care. They give us the ability to target very specific proteins in the human body. Currently at Sterling Research we are conducting studies with monoclonal antibodies for patients with high cholesterol, rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetic kidney disease. With the help of volunteers, the future of medicine looks bright!

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Gout Increasingly Common Among Americans
Friday, September 8, 2017

Gout is a type of arthritis with both acute and chronic features. The problem is caused by too much uric acid in your blood stream. An acute flare occurs when the excess uric acid forms into crystals which deposit in a joint like your wrist, knee, ankle or most commonly the big toe.

 
 
 



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