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treatable

(trē′tə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to treat; responsive to treatment: a treatable disorder.
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Jane Barnes, one of South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust's cancer nurse specialists, said: "Bowel cancer is the UK''s second biggest cancer killer but, in fact, it is very treatable, particularly when diagnosed early.
Natasha's death must serve as a warning to all that even common, treatable illnesses can cause fatal complications.
From a more scientific perspective, it is a treatable condition when competent care is received.
Polyps in and of themselves are not necessarily dangerous, but colon cancer is among the most treatable of cancers if caught early, hence the popularity of regular colonoscopy for the general population.
Some diseases, they believe, will remain treatable, some new drugs will emerge, and bacteria, with 3 billion years of evolution on their side, will continue to adapt.
Unlike HIV-AIDS, this bacterial infection called lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) is easily treatable with antibiotics.
This is going to be more and more of a treatable condition.
The "no-kill" shelter movement, which saves the lives of healthy and treatable dogs and cats (reserving euthanasia only for animals that can't be rehabilitated), is an attempt to derail that grim cycle.
but around half of all men diagnosed are already at a late stage, when the disease is less treatable.
Bacterial diseases are treatable with antibiotics such as penicillin, but the organism often develops a resistance to the antibiotic, complicating treatment.
The invention outlines solid tumors potentially treatable with the molecules described in the patent.