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Novel Antibody Targets CD38 Enzyme to Treat Systemic Sclerosis

February 5, 2024


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Presented by Health Lab

Will there ever be a treatment to cure systemic sclerosis? Systemic sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder characterized by scarring of the skin and internal organs. John Varga, M.D., a professor of rheumatology at the University of Michigan Health, conducted a study that has identified an enzyme contributing to systemic sclerosis.

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