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An Overview of Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GIST) Cancer: The Comprehensive Guide

An Overview of Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors ancer: The Comprehensive Guide Between 4,000 to 6,000 American adults are diagnosed with GIST yearly. Because it’s an uncommon disease, the specific number of cases is unknown. This fact doesn’t make it any less frightening. This article will tackle important information involving this disease. What Are Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors […]

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Abnormal Pap Smear: What You Need to Know About It

Abnormal Pap Smear: What You Need to Know About It Today, cervical cancer is the 4th most common type of cancer in women. Cervical cancer can be tested when a woman has an abnormal Pap smear and may be discovered during a routine physical examination. It is best to know more about what happens when we […]

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Cancers of the Neck and Head: Causes and Treatments

Cancers of the Neck and Head: Causes and Treatments Head and neck cancer is a collective term used for various cancers that can manifest in the head and neck regions (larynx, salivary glands, oral cavity, etc.), and it starts with the squamous cells. Those are flat and thin cells that line the mucosal surfaces inside […]

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What Is Paget’s Disease?

What Is Paget’s Disease? Paget’s disease is a chronic condition that interferes with your body’s normal bone remodeling process. Essentially, bone remodeling is where new bone tissue gradually replaces old bone tissue. This relationship seems to be essential to ensure normal amounts of calcium in our blood. Paget’s bone disease is most common in the […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Gerson Therapy

Everything You Need to Know About Gerson Therapy You would be hard-pressed to find a more widely hated word than cancer. Over the years, this deadly disease has claimed millions of lives – parents, children, friends, lovers; nobody is safe from its fell clutches. Though medicine and science have advanced by leaps and bounds, we […]

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What Is Stomach Cancer

What Is Stomach Cancer? Definition, Symptoms, and Prevention Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, is the cancer of the stomach. Gastric cancer develops as cells in the stomach’s lining expand uncontrollably and produce tumors that can infect normal tissues and spread to other areas of the body. Let’s take a look at stomach cancer’s symptoms, […]

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How to Deliver Thoughtful Prayers for the Dying

How to Deliver Thoughtful Prayers for the Dying A hospice is built on kindness. It is a place firmly but tenderly touched by death. A lot of different kinds of people from very different walks of life come to call a hospice home in the twilight of their lives. For some, it’s a brief stay. […]

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Mottled Skin: When Should You Be Concerned?

Mottled Skin: When Should You Be Concerned? Mottled skin can result from poor blood circulation in the body and can be solved with just a short bath in warm water. However, mottling of the skin can also occur before death. With the many reasons why mottling happens, when should you let yourself worry? What Is […]

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Parkinson’s Disease: A Look at Each Stage

Parkinson’s Disease: A Look at Each Stage After Alzheimer’s, the second most leading disorder is Parkinson’s disease. With an approximate number of a million people affected, most in their 60s, 4% of the US population lives with this disease. As it can strike anyone, knowing about Parkinson’s disease, as well as its symptoms, stages, and treatments, […]

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Dealing With the Final Stages of Multiple Sclerosis

Dealing With the Final Stages of Multiple Sclerosis A staggering 2.3 million people suffer from MS worldwide, and nearly a million of them live in the US. And with 200 more cases diagnosed each week, this disease has been affecting people and making life more difficult since its discovery. Let’s take a look at what the final […]

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