Anti-inflammation for Chronic Disease
- clinical trial of more than 10,000 heart attack patients reported today supports a novel way to protect them from a stroke or a second attack: with drugs that stop inflammation.
- approach has been advanced by some scientists for years, but this is the first trial to conclusively show that it works. Cardiologists hailed it as vindication for the heart attack–inflammation link, which hadn’t been proved in people.
10 September 2017
Inflammation: A unifying theory of disease
Harvard Health Letter, Published: April, 2006
- Research is showing that chronic inflammation may be the common factor in many diseases.
- Although there may never be such a single path, mounting evidence suggests inflammation as the common underlying cause of major degenerative diseases. The four horsemen of the medical apocalypse — coronary artery disease, diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer's.