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6 million through Maddie's Fund to end the killing of healthy and treatable shelter dogs and cats within 10 years.
It is treatable but in the secondary stage is highly contagious, with a rash on the hands that can be transmitted through casual contact.
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.
Eighteen months later, the resident filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the nursing home because she "suffered a left leg amputation from a totally preventable, treatable, and curable bedsore on her left heel.
Of the four common forms of leukemia, CLL is the most treatable.
DENVER--Routine overnight EEG testing of autistic children in an effort to identify those with treatable Landau-Kleffner syndrome is unwarranted, Dr.
Elemental chlorine free (ECF) and totally chlorine free (TCF) bleaching effluents are believed to be equally treatable in efficiently operated treatment plants.
14 million people in the developing world die every year from treatable diseases, including HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis.
Pertinent Data: The M28 line offers its best performance in rough milling structural steels, heat treatable steels, grey irons, nodular irons, refractory alloys and most non-ferrous materials.