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Alison Semrad: 'Persistent Disease' in Thyroid Cancer and the Future of Care
When it comes to the treatment of thyroid cancer the preferred term of "persistent disease" is often considered more than cure.
Once a potential issue is identified in a patient's thyroid there are many options to consider in their overall care and treatment.
Unlike other medical conditions thyroid cancer can be difficult to diagnose. Often the condition is discovered while looking at other health issues a patient may have.
Roughly 20% of people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) also suffer from chronic kidney disease (CKD), though no clear explanation exists as to whether or not that is coincidental.
Options for treating atopic dermatitis topically are far too limited, a review has found.
Enthesitis refers to the instance of inflammation at the point where a tendon joins to a bone. Looking for further insight into the mechanisms behind inflammatory rheumatism, researchers from delved into the roots of Achilles enthesitis and may have emerged with a new approach to treating many rheumatic conditions.
To help physicians effectively manage septic perianal Crohn’s disease (CD), Penn State College of Medicine researchers published a medical and surgical care plan based on a decade’s worth of analyses and patient outcomes.
Patients in the United Kingdom who have been frequently admitted to the hospital for asthma benefit from a multidisciplinary team approach, according to the results of a recent study.
Atop a growing body of research that examines how rheumatoid arthritis (RA) symptoms are dictated by the body’s circadian rhythms, a recent study seems to explain why so many people-RA sufferers included-wake up each day with stiff joints.

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