Daily Archives: March 14, 2012

Hyaluron Swisscode Serum Side Effects & Safety

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Hyaluron Swisscode Serum Side Effects & Safety. Do facial serums that contain hyaluronic acid work? And are they safe? Maybe they work, but there’s no evidence. And where safety is concerned, what researchers have found so far is that there are no major hazards associated with the use of hyaluronic acid serums — but there aren’t enough safety studies to say this for sure.

Doctors say they’re safe when used the way they’re supposed to be: to treat osteoarthritis and to replace eye fluid during eye operations. Still, they’re generally safe and allergic reactions are rare.

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Pancreatic Cancer Treatment: MRK003 + Gemcitabine Combo Works Better?

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Pancreatic Cancer Treatment: MRK003 + Gemcitabine Combo mixture offers new hope in fight versus pancreatic cancer. It’s an aggressive disease and worse, by the time symptoms show up enough to be diagnosed, it’s usually advanced and the cancer has spread to distant organs in the body. By this time, treatment options are limited and usually, futile.

When the cancer has spread, patients have an average survival of between two and six months. Five-year survival rates are very low — around five percent — according to the United States National Cancer Institute.

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Are Phosphate Enemas Safe for Old People?

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Are Phosphate Enemas Safe for Old People? Do you have an oldster in your life? A granny or grandpa maybe? An elderly aunt? If so, take note. Like any person who lived through the Depression and World War II era, your grandma or grandpa believes in enemas in the same way that he or she swears by drinking cod liver oil.

For some oldsters, the enema habit, begun in childhood by parents who meant well but were ill advised, is well entrenched by the time they reach old age.

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