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PNA Spotlight: Dr. Tyler J. Kenning

This month the PNA Spotlight focuses on Tyler J. Kenning, MD, FAANS, who serves as director of pituitary and cranial base surgery at Piedmont Brain Tumor Center, part of Piedmont Atlanta Hospital. Dr. Kenning attended medical school at Thomas Jefferson University, graduating in 2005. He did his residency at Albany Medical Center in neurological surgery and completed a fellowship in neurosurgical oncology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Here are Dr. Kenning’s answers to a series of questions posed by the PNA.

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Downloadable Pituitary Brochures

Our print quality brochures are now available for download.

Please find attached the information about two clinical trials available at WCM. These trials have a novel, selective cortisol receptor blocker for the treatment of ectopic, pituitary, and adrenal Cushing syndrome with overt hypercortisolism (GRACE study). As well as a milder adrenal Cushing SD, where just 1mg Dex test needs to be abnormal (GRADIENT study).

These are phase 3 trials. Also, we have the extension phase for GRACE and are working on getting to our site the extension for GRADIENT study. This will permit patients to utilize the drug beyond the clinical trial, till it becomes available in the market.

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