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Hi Have a read through this link it could help you with info.http://www.breastcancer.org/research-news/20080312bJust copy link into google to the www...
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Hi If this keeps happening a hysterectomy may be your only real way out, but these days you can have a less invasive op by having a vaginal...
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I'm very, very sorry to hear this. I can't imagine how you all are feeling. It's a tough time.You've probably asked the medical team...
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Well, it certainly could be a cyst. Or it could be half a dozen other things I can think of off the top of my head.Our skin is prone to developing...
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Was your hands after touching any blood or body fluids to decrease the chance of spreading the mrsa.
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Unfortunately, I do not have enough patient-specific information to address your question. Sometimes, when cancer is removed, it is gone...
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This bass-sound could be a variation of your pre-existing, but since there can be hundreds of causes, it will take a high-level ENT examination to...
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Workers comp -- I assume that's what W/C stands for -- operates differently than other types of medical insurance. Health insurers cannot deny...
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Inoperable squamous cell carcinoma tumors of the throat may respond positively to the following general treatments: Chemo Therapy, Radiation...
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Hi Below your find a very good link, tells all you need to know and from this do you still think you have cancer,http://www.theoncologyinstitute...
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I think it can be, but not always. I would go in to have a biopsy done of it. 
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In most cases, SCLC has already spread by the time it is found so it usually cannot be treated by surgery. Chemotherapy and radiation are the...
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Hi A big one, if a tumour is your problem, then go get it looked ASAP, do not put it off.Good Luck
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I am very sorry, but without a hands-on examination and a detailed medical history, it would not be possible to blindly offer you a definite...
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