POLITICO New York – Neuropathy treatments and medications have been found to be better tolerated than older treatments, according to new data released Monday by pharmaceutical companies and a leading medical journal.
The findings show that patients who take medications to treat neuropathy and other chronic pain are better treated than patients who have not taken the medications, according, to a report from the Journal of Neuropathology and Therapeutics.
Neuropathy treatments are among the treatments commonly used in treating the disease, which is caused by inflammation in the brain.
The study found that patients taking medication to treat the disease were more likely to survive and had fewer complications.
The drug companies also said they had identified more than 1,100 drug-resistant bacteria, which have developed resistance to antibiotics.