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January 2013 Archives

New Jersey company obtains approval of cancer drug

New Jersey-based pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson recently obtained approval from the European Commission for a new prostate cancer drug, called Zytiga. The drug will now be available for men with advances cases of prostate cancer who haven't responded well to hormonal treatment and who have not yet had chemotherapy. Notably, the drug is on sale in more than 60 countries, including the United States.

SSI assistance may help New Jersey kids with anxiety disorders

It can be difficult for people who do not suffer from anxiety disorders to understand the challenges faced by those who do. Sometimes, people assume that anxiety disorder sufferers are 'overreacting' or even faking it. But an anxiety disorder is a serious mental illness, and it can come with significant mental and physical effects.

New Jersey woman recounts schizophrenia misdiagnosis

A recent article profiling the story of one New Jersey woman explains why individuals with the mental disorder of schizophrenia can experience symptoms which severely interfere with work duties, relationships and daily routines.

New Jersey workers seek joint replacement surgeries

According to recent data, workers in New Jersey and across the country between the ages of 45 and 64 are increasingly seeking joint replacement surgery. Between 1997 and 2009, the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality reported a 144% increase for men and a 157% increase for men in the number of knee and hip replacements.

FDA votes against approving chronic fatigue drug

In New Jersey and across the country, as many as 4 million workers suffer from a disabling condition called chronic fatigue syndrome. CFS is a disorder characterized by fatigue or flu-like symptoms that last six months or more without other explanation. It is often accompanied by dysfunction in several areas, including the immune, nervous and endocrine systems. Many CFS patients also experience cognitive difficulties, such as problems with short-term memory or concentration.

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