This is a highly informative presentation on the subtleties of the medical management of this complicated disease direct from the clinical practices of one of the best most experienced physicians treating acromegaly patients today.
During these trying times, work continues, even at a faster pace, for new drugs and therapies for pituitary patients. From the J D Faccinetti, co-founder – We recently caught up with Crinetics Pharmaceuticals chairman Dr.
Important changes in telehealth visit regulations provide an excellent opportunity for patients to receive consultations from highly experienced specialists in pituitary disease. Read on! On Monday, November 16, 2020, doctors Lewis Blevins and Sandeep Kunwar
Patients, advocacy, and healthcare organizations are promoting awareness of the condition around the world. The World Alliance of Pituitary Organizations WAPO Board decided to re-use the WAPO Acromegaly Awareness Campaign of 2019 to raise awareness on
Tell us what is like to live with acromegaly From J D Faccinetti – co-founder and chief editor: In the awareness business, coming up with new, fresh, creative ideas is essential to get your message across,
Pituitary World News’ main goal is to increase awareness of pituitary disease so more people are diagnosed early and properly. So when a daytime TV program, “The Balancing Act airing on Lifetime TV, tackles the
With the recent approval and commercial launch of MYCAPSSA®, Chiasma delivers the first and only oral somatostatin analog to treat acromegaly. The research showed 58% of patients maintained normal IGF-1 levels with the new oral
From Risa Heidt, triathlete, ironwoman – Marshmallow Clouds – It was September 2018. In preparation for my next big cycling event, a 100-mile Century ride in New Mexico, I rode 50 miles a day for weeks
Acromegaly patients and healthcare providers worldwide can participate in this survey designed to provide information that may help improve quality of life during the COVID-19 pandemic. Much of this initiative’s success will depend on your
Dr. Manel Puig Domingo, a leading endocrinologist in Barcelona, is doing important work on facial recognition and biometrics to see if this technology is useful in recognizing the early physical changes that occur in Acromegaly.
Note: Muscle weakness affects the quality of life in people with acromegaly. Doctora Elena Valassi takes a fascinating look at what happens to muscles when exposed to excess Growth Hormone. Her work is of paramount