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World’s Most Deadly Skin Bacteria; Necrotizing Fasciitis

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This video explains what Necrotizing Fasciitis is. Have you ever heard of this before? It is just horrible to think they would need to cut off your skin to p…
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Necrotizing Fasciitis  - Mrs. Karunawathi needs Your Help !

http://sinhalabuddhist.com/2011/10/karunawathi-needs-your-help/ “Karunawathi” is her name. It means “The Compassionate woman” Her full name is Manthrie Dewag…
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Laser skin treatment promises to erase acne scars

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Laser skin treatment promises to erase acne scars
About 20 million Americans live with scars from acne. But now a new laser skin treatment may offer the chance to get rid of the scars for good. 29-year-old Greer Kurlander couldn't wait to try it. Years of acne had left her face pockmarked and …
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Cure Acne Scarring With New FDA-Approved Laser
Acne is a condition that affects millions but now there is new hope for those who suffer from embarrassing scarring. A new laser, available at select dermatologist offices, heals cysts and scars by remodeling collagen and prevents new scar tissue from …
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Laser surgery helps ease appearance of acne scars
CHIMPANZEE WAS ONE OF SEVERAL — CHES PER PITTS WAS ONE — CHESTER PITTS WAS ONE OF THE PANELISTS. ACNE BLEMISHES CAN BECOME PERMANENT. BUT NOW THERE'S A NEW TREATMENT FOR ACNE SCARS IN ADULTS AND …
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How Do I Get Rid of My Scar?
Surgical scars, acne scars and scarring from burns are among the most frequently treated scars. It is important that patients understand that genetics, as well as skin type and ethnicity, play a large role in wound healing and scar formation. Also …
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Preterm children at high risk of flu-related complications, study finds
In US, UK and World Health Organization guidelines, children born prematurely are not deemed to be high risk for flu-related complications. But the researchers of a new study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine say these guidelines need to be …
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First steps for new breast cancer vaccine show promise
Scientists from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO, have developed a new vaccine for breast cancer that has been found to be safe for patients with metastatic breast cancer to use, a new study reveals. Breast cancer cells.
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