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Answered: How effective is radiation treatment for a dog's adrenal tumor

There's no blanket statement for an answer. Each case is different. It could have no effect. It could have minimal effect. It could have moderate effect. It could cure. Size, location, growth rate and genetic makeup of the tumor all factor in.

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Hi, Effectively in simple words means: "helps (very much) to acheive the goals (in the shortest / quickest / cheapest / direct / simpliest way)". Best regards,

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Answered: How Can Mercury in Fish Affect My Baby?

Fish like shark and swordfish are the highest, but cod, and clams can be safely eaten a few times a week according to the national pregnancy association
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I'm replacing my old mercury thermostat with new ...

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Vitamin have side effects?

Even though adverse effects of vitamins are not very common, yet large doses of vitamins can cause some serious problems and disadvantages. In most of the cases, the vitamins soluble in water are harmless except for some special cases where they don’t suit the user due to some other problems.

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Then you may be interested in this article published by the National Institutes of Health about resveratrol: http://www.nia.nih.gov/NewsAndEvents/PressReleases/pr20080703resveratrol.htm