- n. Plural form of neoplasm.
“These cancers included: myeloid neoplasms, non-Hodgkin lymphomas and plasma cell disorders.”
“Asthma, emphysema and other forms of COPD; fungal infections; neoplasms.”
““Relatively few viruses have any connection with the production of neoplasms,” Rous said.”
“The “cancers” described by them may have been true neoplasms, or perhaps they were hazily describing abscesses, ulcers, warts, or moles.”
“According to the 2007 mortality data from the National Vital Statistics Reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the real dangers are from things like heart disease, malignant neoplasms, and accidents.”
“Instead, according to the Mayo Clinic where she was treated, her "brain tumor" was actually a Rathke's Cleft Cyst on her pituitary gland and "Rathke's Cleft Cysts are not true tumors or neoplasms; instead they are benign cysts.”
“Put simply, it will self-digest all of the impure materials and metabolic wastes — all of the fat deposits and abscesses, the bumps and protuberances, the calluses, neoplasms and other morbid accumulations.”
“To quote an American source, the John Wayne Cancer Center, "Rathke's Cleft Cysts are not true tumors or neoplasms; instead they are benign cysts.”
“Here is the Bressler Report or FDA audit which explained how Searle was filtering out neoplasms, and they were even excising brain tumors from the rats, putting them back in the study and then resurrecting them on paper.”
“A mass, a uterine polyp and ovarian neoplasms were found in animals but not reported or diagnosed in Searle's reports.”
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