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Hello med students, doctors and researchers. What is an example of a new unmet clinical need within respiratory diseases eg; Asthma, COPD?
One example of an unmet clinical need within respiratory diseases is the development of new, personalized treatments for patients with severe and difficult-to-control asthma. Currently, no treatments can be tailored to each patient's unique needs, leading to a lack of optimal symptom relief and frequent exacerbations. As a result, there is a need for treatments that are tailored to the individual's underlying genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors to provide better symptom relief and reduce exacerbations. Additionally, there is a need for improved monitoring and diagnostic tools to help clinicians assess disease severity and control. This could involve using biomarkers or other indicators of disease activity to identify subtypes of the disease and develop targeted treatments. Furthermore, research is needed to explore novel therapies combined with existing treatments to reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life for those with respiratory diseases.
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Original post by ryannelson1006
One example of an unmet clinical need within respiratory diseases is the development of new, personalized treatments for patients with severe and difficult-to-control asthma. Currently, no treatments can be tailored to each patient's unique needs, leading to a lack of optimal symptom relief and frequent exacerbations. As a result, there is a need for treatments that are tailored to the individual's underlying genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors to provide better symptom relief and reduce exacerbations. Additionally, there is a need for improved monitoring and diagnostic tools to help clinicians assess disease severity and control. This could involve using biomarkers or other indicators of disease activity to identify subtypes of the disease and develop targeted treatments. Furthermore, research is needed to explore novel therapies combined with existing treatments to reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life for those with respiratory diseases.


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thank you for the info, really helpful :smile: btw how can such treatments be developed, what will they target and how will it be different from existing treatment?
Original post by ryannelson1006
One example of an unmet clinical need within respiratory diseases is the development of new, personalized treatments for patients with severe and difficult-to-control asthma. Currently, no treatments can be tailored to each patient's unique needs, leading to a lack of optimal symptom relief and frequent exacerbations. As a result, there is a need for treatments that are tailored to the individual's underlying genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors to provide better symptom relief and reduce exacerbations. Additionally, there is a need for improved monitoring and diagnostic tools to help clinicians assess disease severity and control. This could involve using biomarkers or other indicators of disease activity to identify subtypes of the disease and develop targeted treatments. Furthermore, research is needed to explore novel therapies combined with existing treatments to reduce symptoms and improve the quality of life for those with respiratory diseases.
what's ChatGPT? :confused:
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