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      Cynthia
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      This is potentially huge — and good — news for those of us who don’t have IPF. This approval is for those who have Scleroderma, but according to my nurse practitioner other clinical trials are showing equally encouraging results for pulmonary fibrosis caused by other autoimmune disorders. She expects FDA approval will get pushed through quickly.

      https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-approves-first-treatment-patients-rare-type-lung-disease?fbclid=IwAR2sqZxRSD9aEGe5KtX_5YJPTyJygV6B4xM-w2YfzVugTjz6efmYhNayle8

       

    • #21187
      Mark Koziol
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      Hello Cynthia, thank you for sharing this great news for sufferers of pf. This can at least give hope for a stop in progression of pf.  Thank you again, Mark.

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      Mark Koziol
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      Hello Cynthia, thank you for sharing this great news for sufferers of pf. This can at least give hope for a stop in progression of pf.  Thank you again, Mark.

    • #21207

      This is indeed wonderful news Cynthia, I completely agree! 🙂
      Thanks for sharing, I look forward to reading the full article after clinics today. Hope you’re doing well, thanks for being such a wonderful addition to our forums.
      Charlene.

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