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... in the brain are irreversible. Consequently, at best, current drug therapy can only help slow the progression of the disease. It is important therefore to do all that one can do to reduce the risks ...
... it is called secondary breast cancer. The most common parts of the body it spreads to are the bones, the lungs, the liver or the brain. Secondary breast cancer cannot be cured but there are ...
A stroke happens when there is an interruption of the blood supply to an area of the brain. When the brain is deprived of blood, brain cells are not supplied with oxygen and nutrients and they become damaged ...
... Natalizumab is associated with a risk of a potentially fatal condition called PML (progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy). PML is caused by a viral infection in the brain. The risk of PML increases ...
... brain that start the coughing reflex. When there is a viral infection such as cold, it is the inflammation of the airways and the presence of mucus running down the back of the nose onto the throat, which ...
... gland in the brain. A tumour of the pituitary gland may result in the release of large amounts of ACTH which in turn causes the release of large amounts of cortisol from the adrenal glands. To distinguish ...
... the lung, brain or eyes. A genetic cause may also be responsible, increasing the chances of having endometriosis or possibly making the immune system less able to deal with endometriosis. In metaplasia, ...


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