Man is Scammed for Unsuccessful Stem Cell Transplant for Lung Disease
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Man is Scammed for Unsuccessful Stem Cell Transplant for Lung Disease

New research is showing that patients sometimes use crowdfund websites to pay for fake stem cell transplants and other dubious medical procedures, according to a story from medicalxpress.com. Crowdfunding websites…

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High School Junior with EDS Banned From Prom for Missing Too Many Days of School?
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High School Junior with EDS Banned From Prom for Missing Too Many Days of School?

According to a story from CTV News, Triss Hunter is a junior at Ecole Mission Senior Secondary School in the Fraser Valley. This year, she is not being permitted to…

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Half of Children with PFIC will Receive a Liver Transplant by Age 10, Study Finds
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Half of Children with PFIC will Receive a Liver Transplant by Age 10, Study Finds

An international team of researchers studying the effects of progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis (PFIC) in children have found that half of the children had received a liver transplant by age…

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It’s Vasculitis Awareness Month 2018, and a Video has Been Released to Educate Doctors About the Condition
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It’s Vasculitis Awareness Month 2018, and a Video has Been Released to Educate Doctors About the Condition

The Vasculitis Foundation has released a video called “Connect the Dots” to raise awareness about vasculitis within the medical community, reports Newswise. Vasculitis is a frequently misdiagnosed or undiagnosed condition,…

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Cincinnati Family Encourages African Americans to Donate Blood for Sickle Cell Anemia Patients
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Cincinnati Family Encourages African Americans to Donate Blood for Sickle Cell Anemia Patients

In Cincinnati, there are two children, Taryn and King Walker. They are 13 and 11 years old respectively. Taryn and King are excellent students and attend the School for Creative…

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