Ideal Therapy Aids Motor Skills and Breathing, Taken Orally: UK Survey

Ideal Therapy Aids Motor Skills and Breathing, Taken Orally: UK Survey

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Ideal Therapy Aids Motor Skills and Breathing, Taken Orally: UK Survey

Motor function and stabilizing or improving breathing — along with oral administration — are the factors that adult patients and caregivers of children with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) type 2 or 3 who cannot walk value most when deciding on available treatments, a U.K. survey study shows. Avoiding longer-lasting adverse reactions was also important to caregivers, but less so among adult patients. These findings shed light on the trade-offs patients and caregivers are willing to…

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