Top 10 similar words or synonyms for hepatitus

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for hepatitus

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Childhood immunizations in the United States There is currently no medication to treat acute Hepatitus B and those with chronic Hepatitus B need to be monitored regularly for signs of liver disease, and to be evaluated for possible treatment. There are currently a few medications to treat chronic Hepatitus B and new drugs are being researched.
Childhood immunizations in the United States Approximately 2,000-4,000 people die every year from Hepatitus related liver disease.
Ian Gust In 1992, Gust was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia for service to public health, particularly in the prevention of hepatitus and AIDS.
The Trap (1985 film) The Trap (), also known as Collector's Item, Dead Fright and The Cage, is a 1985 erotic thriller starring Tony Musante, Laura Antonelli, and Florinda Bolkan. Famed Italian horror director Lucio Fulci contributed to the screenplay (this film was done during the time Fulci was recovering from hepatitus).
Childhood immunizations in the United States Since 1990, when the vaccine was introduced as a routine vaccination in children, rates of acute Hepatitus B has decreased in the United States by 82%. This vaccine is given as a series of shots, the first dose is given at birth, the second between 1 and 2 months, and the third, and possibly fourth, between 6 and 18 months.
Specialty drugs in the United States By 2014 the price of Gilead's specialty drug for hepatitus C, Sovaldi or "sofosbuvir", was $84,000 to $168,000 for a course of treatment in the U.S., £35,000 in the UK for 12 weeks. Sovaldi is on the World Health Organization's most important medications needed in a basic health system and the steep price is highly controversial. In 2014 the U.S. spent 742.6% more on hepatitis C medications than it did in 2013.
Kaiketsu Masateru After suffering from hepatitus and lower back pain, Kaiketsu was demoted from "ōzeki" less than a year after reaching the rank following two consecutive losing scores. However, in September 1976 ranked at "maegashira" 4, he took his second tournament championship with a 14-1 record, followed by consecutive 11-4 scores at "sekiwake" in November 1976 and January 1977. He was promoted to "ōzeki" once again, alongside Wakamisugi, to whom he had a superior three tournament record. However, he held the rank for only four more tournaments, and soon fell back to the "maegashira" ranks. He retired in January 1979, having not missed a single bout in his 12-year career. He once said, "Being absent from a tournament means deliberately abandoning a bout." In addition to his two "yūshō" he had accumulated ten special prizes (including seven for Fighting Spirit) and three "kinboshi".
APOBEC1 The low levels of A1 in humans are one reason why high lipid intake is damaging to health. ApoB48 is essential for the assembly and secretion of triglyceride-rich chylomicrons, which are necessary as a response to high-fat intake. ApoB100 are metabolized in the bloodstream to LDL cholesterol, high levels of which are associated with artherosclerosis. While A1 has a negligible impact on human lipid synthesis, at high concentrations it can be genotoxic. Its diffusion toward the nucleic membrane can lead it to mutate DNA sequences that are actively transcribed on the genome. In single growth assays, A1 has been found to impact HIV replications. Additionally, A1 has reduced Hepatitus B virus (HBV) DNA replication, although the mechanism is still not known. The antiviral properties of A1 extend to both DNA and RNA due to its deamination function, which can hinder DNA replication and consequently suppress further infection by HIV or HBV. There has also been evidence that A1 also edits at NF1, related to tumors in nerve cells.