Articles of note for people connected to pituitary disease
Our briefing today covers articles on costs and access to therapies, sugar and artificial sweeteners, surprising news on where we are finding endocrine disruptive chemicals, an amazing discovery about a new brain layer, and a bunch of information on Cannabidiol (CBD) focusing on what we know and what we don't. This is great info you don't want to miss. Read on!
The social media conundrum: a commentary
The constant changes in how social media operate make it challenging to understand how to use them effectively to spread helpful information. So, even though you may be following PWN, you may not get all our articles and podcasts in your feed.
News In Brief
Crinetics Pharmaceuticals announces enrollment is complete in the placebo-controlled Phase 3 PATHFNDR-1 study evaluating the safety and efficacy of once-daily oral #paltusotine in #acromegaly patients. Read more
Knowledge and information are critical tools to affect early diagnosis in pituitary disease. Join Dr. Lewis Blevins and Jorge D Faccinetti cofounders, as they navigate the wonders and complexities of pituitary conditions.
Live-talk, session 20 – new drugs and therapies in the pipeline for acromegaly and Cushing’s
Today we present an excellent discussion with Dr. Alan Krasner, Chief Medical Officer for Crinetics Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Krasner speaks to PWN about two very important drugs currently under development. Learn about what is coming, the timelines, potential new therapies, and approaches in acromegaly, Cushing's, and hyperinsulinism.
The ongoing debates and nomenclature change and reclassification are apparently over, and adenomas and now referred to as Pit-Net's (pituitary neuroendocrine tumors). Is this good, bad, or indifferent? These are complicated matters, so to shed some more light on the subject, we've invited some experts to discuss them.
In today's podcasts, Dr. Blevins talks about the genesis of pseudo Cushing's syndrome and illustrates a fascinating case of pseudo Cushing's syndrome due to alcohol ingestion.