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Please be aware that none of the information on this site is intended as medical advice for a particular individual. The data presented is general in nature, and has been researched and citations given. Medical decisions regarding treatment options must be individualized, taking into account each person's history and physical findings, and should be made by a competent physician who is knowledgeable in the field.

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