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    • Calciphylaxis

      Calciphylaxis is a rare but severe disease that occurs when calcium builds up in the small blood vessels of the skin and fat tissues. This condition can cause painful skin ulcers, blood clots, and severe infections, potentially leading to death. Typically, calciphylaxis is seen in individuals who suffer from kidney failure, are on dialysis, or have had a kidney transplant. However, it can also occur in people without kidney disease.

    • Canker sore

      If you notice the appearance of small, shallow lesions on the soft tissues in your mouth or at the base of your gums, you are likely suffering from canker sores (aphthous ulcers). Unlike cold sores, canker sores do not appear on the surface of your lips and are not contagious. However, they can be painful and make eating and talking uncomfortable. Fortunately, most canker sores heal independently in a week or two. However, suppose you have unusually large or painful canker sores that do not seem to heal. In that case, it is recommended that you consult with your doctor or dentist for further evaluation.

    • Cancer

      Cancer encompasses a wide range of diseases marked by the uncontrolled division of abnormal cells that can infiltrate and harm normal body tissue. It possesses the capacity to spread throughout the body, posing significant health risks. Globally, cancer ranks as the second-leading cause of death. However, advancements in cancer screening, treatment, and prevention have led to improved survival rates for numerous cancer types. These progressions offer hope in the battle against cancer and underscore the importance of early detection and ongoing medical advancements in enhancing outcomes for those affected by this complex group of diseases.