Jane Barnes, one of South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust's cancer nurse specialists, said: "Bowel cancer is the UK''s second biggest cancer killer but, in fact, it is very treatable
, particularly when diagnosed early.
Natasha's death must serve as a warning to all that even common, treatable
illnesses can cause fatal complications.
From a more scientific perspective, it is a treatable
condition when competent care is received.
The organization stresses that although insomnia is treatable
by a physician, most people do not seek medical help and thus face potentially serious health effects, such as increased risk of obesity, diabetes, depression, and heart disease.
This is going to be more and more of a treatable
The "no-kill" shelter movement, which saves the lives of healthy and treatable
dogs and cats (reserving euthanasia only for animals that can't be rehabilitated), is an attempt to derail that grim cycle.
but around half of all men diagnosed are already at a late stage, when the disease is less treatable
The invention outlines solid tumors potentially treatable
with the molecules described in the patent.
The pact, known as the Doha Declaration, was good news for the more than thirty million African living with HIV and MDS, and millions more people in developing countries dying of illnesses that are treatable
or curable in the West (such as measles influenza, asthma, various types of cancer, and digestive diseases).
Criteria for deciding whether to screen for a given disorder typically include how often it occurs in a population, whether it is treatable
and whether an effective screening test exists.
Understandably, until people feel assured that SARS is better understood, is treatable
and is not a threat on public sidewalks, busses and trains, they will be likely to stay close to home as much as possible.
It is treatable
without surgery if discovered in time.