I The development of immunology has gone through a very long process, and people’s understanding of the immune system has been very shallow for a long time. Although people have long recognized the importance of IL-2 as a cytokine, its role is not known. Studies in the 1960s found that… Continue Reading Tumor immune cell therapy, difficult to move forward

  Metformin is the drug of choice for type 2 diabetes and is the first drug proven to prevent diabetes or delay the onset of diabetes. However, metformin also has a relatively clear adverse reaction, in order to ensure the efficacy of hypoglycemic, try to reduce adverse reactions, the clinical… Continue Reading 4 medication details of metformin

  Digoxin is also known as cardiotonin in clinical practice. It can be used for acute and chronic heart failure caused by hypertension, valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, etc., especially for atrial fibrillation with rapid ventricular rate; Pulmonary heart disease, severe myocardial ischemia, active myocarditis and severe anemia, hypothyroidism… Continue Reading Digoxin incompatibility

  Tumor immunotherapy can treat cancer by activating the body’s own immune system. However, tumor immunotherapy is a large class of treatments, including many research directions, such as checkpoint inhibitors, tumor vaccines, oncolytic viruses, and adoptive cell transfer (ACT).   In general, adoptive cell therapy refers to T cell-related therapies,… Continue Reading Where is the new generation of cell therapy technology?

  Although, metronidazole, tinidazole, ornidazole, secnidazole, are all nitroimidazole drugs, for the amoeba, giardia, trichomoniasis and other protozoa, Gram-positive bacteria, Gram-negative Anaerobic bacteria have a powerful effect, but there are certain differences between the four drugs. 1. Secnidazole: approved only for antigenic insects Secnidazole has the longest elimination half-life of… Continue Reading The difference between metronidazole, tinidazole, ornidazole and secnidazole

  Seeing life and death, people will become numb, probably people will always have such misunderstandings about doctors. But no one will be more excited than them when revolutionary therapies emerge.   Sixty-three children with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia who have no other treatment options have a very low chance… Continue Reading The next step of CAR-T therapies

  Last year, the FDA approved two CAR-T products to be marketed, namely Kymriah of Novartis and Yescarta of Gilead. Although both products are capable of targeting CD19, there are significant differences in their CAR design. The co-stimulation zone of Kymriah uses 4-1BB, while the co-stimulation zone of Yescarta’s CAR… Continue Reading Yescarta vs. Kymriah, which CAR-T product is better?

  The kidney is the most important organ for drug metabolism and excretion, and it is also the most vulnerable to drug damage. In recent years, the use of antibiotics has become more and more widespread, some of which are unreasonable use, which has led to the increasing prevalence of… Continue Reading Kidney safety of 7 antibacterials

  What is the “Smurf”? “Smurf” is a prescription drug, which is actually “flunitrazepam”, a benzodiazepine sedative and hypnotic drug, which is similar in nature to diazepam (Natal). Flunitrazepam is tasteless and odorless. In order to increase the identifiability of flunitrazepam, some pharmaceutical companies have added a blue dye to… Continue Reading The harm of flunitrazepam is 1000 times that of heroin!

  With the widespread use of broad-spectrum antibiotics and immunosuppressants, invasive fungal infections are becoming more common in the respiratory department. The clinical status of fungal infections has become increasingly prominent and has become an important component of nosocomial infections.   Common clinical pathogenic fungi Common infection fungi can be… Continue Reading Clinically used antifungal drugs