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treatable

(trē′tə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to treat; responsive to treatment: a treatable disorder.
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She said other causes of preventable and treatable blindness in children include corneal scarring, measles, refractive error, childhood cataract and childhood glaucoma.
They wrote: "Sad news from us tonight, following on from the operation to remove Police Dog Bucks spleen, a follow up scan has revealed the cancer has spread within his body and is no longer treatable.
Allan Owino, Kitui county director of health, said it was regrettable that although epilepsy is a treatable medical condition that can be well managed through drugs, many patients seek the help of witchdoctors to no avail.
vomiting everywhere One scientist has issued a warning that the bites could potentially be deadly - because they are not treatable by existing antibiotics.
Since research shows that about half of melanomas are self-detected, the American Academy of Dermatology's 2018 SPOT Skin Cancer campaign is encouraging everyone to be a "Skin Cancer Hero" by taking steps to prevent skin cancer and detect it early, when it's most treatable.
It's treatable and curable, especially if diagnosed early.
Until now, all over Pakistan, more than 350 such diseases have been diagnosed in different patients but hardly less than 10 percent are treatable.The basic problem with this treatment is its higher cost.
Since learning is rooted at the center of addiction, we must create the best opportunities for people to learn how to manage their chronic, treatable, medical condition and live in the recovery of their choosing.
'An excess of thyroxine production or release leads to opposite effects,' she said, adding that thyroxine deficiency is easily treatable and requires lifelong replacement therapy.
The Medical team said that the cancer is in its initial stages and is treatable and reports suggested that Kulsoom will not take part in election campaign of NA-120.
"Although much of the burden [from these illnesses] is either preventable or treatable with affordable interventions, these diseases have received less attention than other prominent non-communicable diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer or diabetes," said report lead author Theo Vos, a professor at the University of Washington, in Seattle.
LONDON, April 16 (KUNA) -- As part of its plan to protect over 200 million people from the pain and disfigurement caused by treatable tropical diseases, Britain is investing a total of Pound 360 million (equivalent of USD 450 million) to combat Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) worldwide.