- Signet ring cell carcinomas develop in the organs of the GI tract: the stomach, appendix, colon, bladder and pancreas. The cancer gets its name from the ring appearance the cells take on under the microscope.
- Acute flaccid myelitis is rare, but it usually pops up in young, healthy children. There is no cure for the illness, but doctors continue to find new ways to give kids back some of what they’ve lost.
- The American College of Physicians recommends the majority of women get a mammogram every other year beginning at age 50 and younger women should speak to their doctors about the benefits.
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