Uveitis treatment shows promise

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Curcumin-based treatment Norflo, has been shown to alleviate the symptoms of anterior uveitis in a recent study published in Clinical Ophthalmology, indicating a potential role for the anti-inflammatory treatment curcumin in eye inflammatory and degenerative conditions.

Curcumin-based treatment Norflo, has been shown to alleviate the symptoms of anterior uveitis in a recent study published in Clinical Ophthalmology, indicating a potential role for the anti-inflammatory treatment curcumin in eye inflammatory and degenerative conditions.

The study conducted by Dr Pia Allegri et al., examined the efficacy of an adjunctive-to-traditional treatment with Norflo tablets (curcumin-phosphatidylcholine complex; Meriva) in recurrent anterior uveitis of different aetiologies.

Norflo, administered twice daily, was found to be well-tolerated, reducing the symptoms of anterior uveitis of different origins in more than 80% of the 106 patients treated. Thus the study indicated that the treatment can play an important role in the adjunctive therapy of recurrent anterior uveitis of various origins.

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