MG Severity Linked With Female Sex, Obesity and Diagnostic Delay

MG Severity Linked With Female Sex, Obesity and Diagnostic Delay

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MG Severity Linked With Female Sex, Obesity and Diagnostic Delay

Myasthenia gravis (MG) tends to be more severe in people who are female, obese, or who took a long time to get diagnosed, according to a survey including nearly half of all MG patients living in Sweden. According to its researchers, nearly half of survey respondents reported having moderate or severe MG and being unsatisfied with their current disease status, highlighting the need for better MG treatments. Findings were reported in the study, “Patient-Reported Symptom…

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