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24 Jan 2020Lymphoma Risk Low After TNF Inhibitor Treatments

Tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors are among the most effective treatments for inflammatory bowel disease, but...

24 Jan 2020Simple Tool Assesses Frailty in Elderly Considering TAVR

Frailty can compromise survival and worsen outcomes in elderly patients who have had TAVR. A simple tool may identify...

24 Jan 2020Biomarkers Pave the Way for Concussion Blood Test

Researchers have identified at least two blood biomarkers that, in the future, could be included in a test to diagnose...

24 Jan 2020No Benefit With Boosted Radiation Dose in Esophageal Cancer

Escalating the radiation dose does not improve outcomes in patients receiving definitive chemoradiation. Medscape...

24 Jan 2020Second US Coronavirus Patient Confirmed

A Chicago resident returning from Wuhan, China, on Jan. 13, 2020, developed symptoms of the disease and contacted her...

24 Jan 2020FDA Flags Cyber Threat With GE Healthcare Stations, Servers

Hackers could remotely take control of the devices to silence alarms, generate false alarms, or interfere with...

24 Jan 2020Blue-Light Therapy Helps Heal the Brain

Early morning exposure to blue wavelength light can help heal the brain and improved sleep following mild traumatic...

24 Jan 2020Diabetes Educators Unveil New Name: 'We Help Patients Troubleshoot'

To reflect their broader scope of practice, the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE) has been officially...

24 Jan 2020How Radiology Is Rethinking Lead Aprons

Radiology organizations are trying to end the decades-old practice of shielding patients from radiation with lead...

24 Jan 2020FDA Approves Tazemetostat, First Drug for Rare Sarcoma

The drug has a novel mechanism of action and is the first to be approved for use in epithelial sarcoma, which is rare...

24 Jan 2020Cannabis for Sleep: Short-Term Benefit, Long-Term Disruption?

Patients suffering from chronic pain who take medicinal cannabis to initiate and maintain sleep experience short-term...

24 Jan 2020Low-Dose CT Lowers Radiation Exposure Without Missing Injuries in Trauma Patients

In blunt trauma patients, low-dose whole body computed tomography (WBCT) does not seem to increase the risk of missed...

24 Jan 2020WHO Says 'Bit Too Early' to Declare Coronavirus a Global Emergency

The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday it was "a bit too early" to declare a new coronavirus a...

24 Jan 2020Texas Student Who Traveled to China Being Tested for Possible Coronavirus

A university student being treated for a respiratory illness in Texas after traveling to Wuhan, China, is being tested...

24 Jan 2020Trump Administration Steps Up Scrutiny of Pregnant Visa Applicants

President Donald Trump's administration rolled out a new rule on Thursday that aims to limit "birth tourism"...

24 Jan 2020Some Men With HIV May Wrongly Self-Report Viral Suppression

Most men with HIV know whether they have enough virus in their blood to make them contagious, but a new study suggests...

24 Jan 2020Suicide Risk Lowers With Puberty Suppression in Transgender Youth

While only a minority of transgender youth who want puberty-blocking medicines receive this treatment, a new study...

24 Jan 2020Teen Access to Partner Violence Protective Order Varies by State

Whether filing for a civil protection order will be an option for U.S. teens fearing intimate partner violence depends...

25 Jan 2020Gilead Assessing Potential Use of Ebola Drug as China Virus Treatment

Gilead Sciences Inc said on Thursday it was assessing whether its experimental Ebola treatment could be used against...

A SUA OPINIÃO

Relativamente à hepatite C, qual a afirmação que lhe parece mais correta:

Indique a sua idade:
1.É uma doença crónica, o tratamento é difícil e a cura é rara.
2.É muito contagiosa e as relações sexuais desprotegidas são o principal fator de risco.
3.É uma doença que tem um tratamento fácil (com comprimidos), rápido (8 a 12 semanas) e muito eficaz.
4.É uma doença que só se desenvolve nos toxicodependentes (consumidores de drogas ilícitas).

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