Clinical Development in Rare Diseases (04): Autoinflammatory Syndrome
In the final installment of the four-part series on the Clinical Research in Rare Diseases, our Medics take a closer look at the developing treatments and therapeutic challenges of Autoinflammatory Syndrome.
”Autoinflammatory” is a term used to describe a group of diseases that cannot be classified as immunological disorders [auto-immune, allergic, or immunodeficient]1. The term was first mentioned by Michael McDermott and Daniel Kastner and
colleagues, coined to describe the monogenic periodic fever
syndromes when it was first proposed in 19992,3.
We invite you to read the entire article (pages 40-44) in the Journal for Clinical Studies by clicking the cover image.