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Today there are more highly effective treatments for patients with HIV. However, these patients can also have higher rates of hepatitis C infection. Even though the HIV is well controlled, patients can still become very ill and, in some cases, even die...
Millions of Americans live with pain every day. In fact, pain is the most common reason people see their primary care physician. Each year, almost 70 million doctor visits are due to musculoskeletal pain affecting the joints, lower back and neck. A new...
A standard bone marrow transplant is a potential treatment option for patients with severe sickle cell disease. However, that procedure has only been done in children with sickle cell. A new study examined whether a less intensive and safer type of bone...