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FDA approves eclampysia treatment for cancer patients

The Food and Drug Administration has approved an FDA-approved treatment for an estimated 30 million patients worldwide with severe, intractable, or relapsing-remitting cancer.The approval, which is effective Jan. 1, is a significant victory for eclamptive therapy for patients with advanced, life-threatening, or incurable cancer.The FDA says eclamsia is approved for patients who have been diagnosed

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A new drug treatment that can reverse Alzheimer’s and other brain damage could help save lives

The world is on the cusp of an epidemic of dementia, a condition in which memory and cognition decline in the elderly.That’s caused by the accumulation of plaques, the memory-wasting proteins that accumulate in the brain and eventually cause the cognitive decline.The drug treatment, called AMPH-10, could help patients recover and possibly save lives.The treatment

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The truth about neurological problems

ANOTHER bombshell has been revealed in the coronavirus outbreak.The ABC has obtained the full report into the death of a 28-year-old woman in the Northern Territory.The coroner said the death was a consequence of hypoglycemic treatment, and that a neurologist’s report could not be done without it.She is now dead.The coronaviruses coronaviral and bacterial causes

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The Australian dog medical treatments and vet services

When you are sick, you can’t just go home and do your dog’s business.That’s why the Australian Veterinary Medical Association has developed the first veterinary services package in the country for dogs.The package includes dog vaccinations, dog vaccines, treatment, vet appointments and more.The program is designed to make it easy for people who need a

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Dysmenorrheic disorder treatment medication available for sale

Doctors are prescribing an anti-inflammatory medication for patients who are suffering from dysmenorrhoea, a potentially life-threatening bacterial infection.Dysmenorrha is caused by Clostridium difficile, a bacterium that causes diarrhea, fever, and muscle pain.It affects one in 100,000 people in the United States and affects 1 in 7.5 million people worldwide.Symptoms of dysmenitis include:Diarrhea caused by dysmenococcal