The page you will be visiting is easy to view and the videos are short and clear. The page also contains the Case Study. The case study is very interesting. Linked pages contain detailed scientific information if that is of interest to you.
Patient with primary progressive aphasia before and 30 minutes after receiving perispinal etanercept
This is the highest quality presentation I have seen on Etanercept. To make it simple to view I am including the links to Medscape Today. If you click the Video 1 or Video 2 link you can get directly to the video that shows Etanercept in action.
Perispinal Etanercept Produces Rapid Improvement in Primary Progressive Aphasia: Identification of a Novel, Rapidly Reversible TNF-Mediated Pathophysiologic Mechanism
You may need to register for the site to get in. However, the registration is free and easy. The quality of the presentation is well worth the effort.
If you would prefer to skip the highly technical part of the research you can go directly to the Case Study Page. On this page you can view two high quality video presentations.
Video 1. Patient with primary progressive aphasia before and 30 minutes after receiving perispinal etanercept.
Video 2. 1-month follow-up with patient and her daughter, following the patient's third dose of perispinal etanercept.
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