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Archive for June 21st 2013
ANN ARBOR, MI — How does less-than-adequate bowel preparation for colonoscopy affect adenoma miss rates and future screening recommendations for average-risk patients?
WASHINGTON — Veterans suffering from “Gulf War Illness” appear to have anomalies in the bundles of nerve fibers that connect brain areas involved in the processing and perception of pain and fatigue — changes not seen in unaffected individuals.
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