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An abnormal tissue that grows by cellular proliferation more rapidly than normal and continues to grow after the stimuli that initiated the new growth cease. Neoplasms show partial or complete lack of structural organization and functional coordination with the normal tissue, and usually form a distinct mass of tissue that may be either benign (benign tumor) or malignant (cancer).
Synonym(s): new growth, tumor (2)
[neo- + G. plasma, thing formed]
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new growth

A term often used by clinicians when discussing cancer with patients, which translates as either a primary neoplasm (one that is newly discovered and potentially malignant) or secondary (i.e., one that appears after what was thought to be adequate treatment, either locally or at a distance—metastatic—from the primary site).
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Patient discussion about new growth

Q. does the growth hormone have side effects and what are they?

A. Yes, it does, and not a few. They include, among others, pain in the joints, carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetes, pain at the injection site, problems with the thyroid gland, ear problems and many others. You may read more about side effects of growth hormone treatment (called Mecasermin or Somatropin) here:

Q. Is nutrition vital for healthy hair growth? I am engaged to a girl 3 months back and our marriage is on coming month. I was above heavens when my girl told me that I am handsome. Now I am afraid whether she will hate me soon bcoz, for the past few days I have had drastic hair fall. I feel to be taking less nutrition diet. Is nutrition vital for healthy hair growth? I have dreamt my life with that beautiful angel and never want to lose on that. She can definitely add face value to my happy life. Please guide me to marry my beautiful girl.


Q. I have a heavy growth of thin hair on my face and neck area. What can I do? I have a heavy growth of thin hair on my face and neck area. I did wax couple of times but found a thick growth of chin hair which was difficult to get rid. I did try to pluck but found that it grows back immediately within a day. I do not like to use electro hair removing. What can I do?

A. i saw couple of women that bleach their facial hair...maybe that would work?

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You can even leave them unpruned and then hard prune them every three to four years in late winter, cutting them back to around 50cm (1.5ft) and retraining the new growth.
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This is part of the government's New Growth Path, which seeks to reduce emissions by focusing on renewable and nuclear energy, green transport and the built environment.
By the end of the month you should see vigorous new growth. Feed regularly and remove some of the new growth to leave four or five strong new stems.
The Spokesman further clarified that the presentation was focused on The New Growth Strategy which was approved by National Economic Council.
Instead of potting soil, I have also used the new growth from willow branches to start plants (willow bark contains natural rooting chemicals).
He said that the Planning Commission of Pakistan was working on new growth strategy, core of which is bringing efficiency in the management and changing overall mindset regarding growth.
The government has been focusing on 'New Growth Strategy' with an aim to raise growth above its historical average of 4.9 percent, main argument in the new growth frame work is that growth should be market-led and not government-led.
- Marc Sheldon, Margate, Kent YOU 2 probably trimmed off new growth with the flower buds last autumn or winter.
Divide congested clumps of border perennials before new growth.
The new growth charts will provide evidence and guidance on each child's nutritional needs to achieve proper growth from birth to the first five years.