Amyloidosis

  • 1. Introduction to Amyloidosis Cancer
  • Executive Summary: Amyloidosis Cancer is a severe form of cancer that occurs when a protein called amyloid builds up in organs such as the bladder, skin, lungs, kidneys, bowel, liver, heart, spleen, digestive tract, and even the nervous system. There are different types of Amyloidosis, which are...
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  • 2. Statistics of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: The exact statistics of amyloidosis among the affected individuals are not predicted as amyloidosis is unusual. Approximately, 4000 individuals have Amyloidosis in the United States every year. Amyloid light-chain amyloidosis is the most common type of amyloidosis, and in addi...
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  • 3. Risk Factors of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: Amyloidosis is a rare disease condition that happens when amyloid, an abnormal protein, accumulates and builds up in the organs, interfering with their everyday activities and functions. Amyloid is called an abnormal protein since it isn’t generally found in the body. Amyloi...
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  • 4. Preventions of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: Amyloidosis is a rare disease condition caused by the deposition of amyloid protein in different tissues and organs of the body. Amyloid deposits can consist of different types of proteins, based on the type of protein and its deposition location the type of Amyloidosis is det...
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  • 5. Symptoms and Signs of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: The signs and symptoms entirely depend upon the amyloid protein build-up within the body. The affected individuals may not experience any signs and symptoms in some cases. Weakness or extreme fatigue, sudden or unexplained weight loss, swelling in legs and ankles, numbness or ...
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  • 6. Diagnosis of Amyloidosis Cancer
  • Executive Summary: Amyloidosis cancer is a rare and serious illness. Amyloidosis occurs when normal proteins in the body become misshapen and clump together. The misshapen proteins are amyloid deposits or fibrils. Over time, the amyloid cancer deposits build up in organs and tissues in the body....
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  • 7. Stages of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: The staging of Amyloidosis cancer describes a disease condition in terms of its gravity and location. While Amyloidosis staging depends on the kind of disease condition that a person has, out of all the amyloidosis types, AL amyloidosis or Amyloid light-chain amyloidosis is th...
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  • 8. Risk Factors of Amyloidosis
  • Amyloidosis is a rare disease condition that happens when amyloid, an abnormal protein, accumulates and builds up in the organs, interfering with their everyday activities and functions. Amyloid is an abnormal protein. It isn't found in the body naturally. They are a combination of several differen...
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  • 9. Treatments of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: Amyloidosis is a rare disease condition, and timely diagnosis in addition to proper treatment are essential to cure this disease condition. While, several treatment methods are available for Amyloidosis Standard treatment, but medicated therapy is the most common treatment. Me...
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  • 10. Clinical Trials of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary:  Amyloidosis conditions employ clinical Trials for all types, additionally, they have contributed to evaluating and verifying new approaches, medications or devices in treating Amyloidosis. FDA approves all the drugs. Clinical trials test these drugs. Clinical trials focus on...
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  • 11. Latest Research on Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary:  Several research studies seek more information on Amyloidosis conditions, their related method of prevention, their diagnostic approach at the initial phase, and moreover focus on the best strategies for the treatment and cure. Several clinical trials integrate effective tre...
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  • 12. Coping with Amyloidosis Treatment
  • Executive Summary:  Amyloidosis treatments result in causing various side effects and consecutively, they also cause alterations to the patient's body. While the results of treatment show variations as per the individuals, sometimes the same treatment strategy used for a particular disease cond...
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  • 13. Follow-Up Care of Amyloidosis
  • Executive Summary: Follow-up care of Amyloidosis is considered an important approach for analyzing the health condition of the patient. The disease condition of Amyloidosis is more often not predicted. Therefore the integration of follow-up care, in this case, becomes essential and inevitable. I...
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  • 14. Amyloidosis Frequently Asked Questions
  • Amyloidosis Frequently Asked Questions Patients and caregivers will have lots of queries and doubts regarding Amyloidosis and its treatment. People should openly talk about Amyloidosis and ask any doubt or questions about the disease diagnosis, its gravity, treatment and post-care with their phy...
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  • 15. Additional Resources of Amyloidosis
  • Under Additional Resources of Amyloidosis there are some links that can provide ample information regarding amyloidosis, which additionally covers all aspects of the disease condition. Moreover, these links will help render truthful information regarding amyloidosis, its diagnosis, symptoms and sig...
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  • 16. Life in Remission of Amyloidosis
  • Remission refers to the stage in which all the primary symptoms of cancer or tumor (amyloidosis) disappear after treatment. At this stage, scans will show no trace of tumor or cancerous growth in the body. But, survivors should undergo regular check-ups and physical exams even after successful trea...
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