An incurable condition is a condition that conventional medicine cannot cure. Usually these conditions are marked by serious suffering from the patient. There are many conditions that even using the incurable treatment, cannot be cured, an example of this is a birth defect. In other cases, it is the persons time
to die, and so the condition is not curable, but the pain and suffering that the individual faces can be greatly reduced.
Shalom is one of the most beautiful words in existence. It literally
means “nothing missing, nothing broken.”1 It also means to be completely
whole in every way. Shalom is perfect peace.2
Our Lord Jesus is the Prince of Shalom. (Isa. 9:6.) His greatest
desire for you is that you live in health, prosperity, joy, and absolute
fulfillment in every area of your life. If even a small part of your life is
lacking any part of these, He feels it. You must realize that your Lord
loves you with a perfect love. He cherishes every breath you take.
Consequently, as the scope and design of the WTC have evolved, particularly in response to the
national symbolic objectives and security concerns that have permeated the development, the
required costs of rebuilding have correspondingly expanded. The objective of completing the
Memorial by the ten‐year anniversary of September 11 became a public mandate to reflect the
profound national symbolism of the WTC’s timely resurrection.
The phenomenon of the transformation of proteins into amyloid-ﬁbrils is of interest, ﬁrstly, because it is closely connected to the so-called conformational diseases, many of which are hitherto incurable, and secondly, because it remains to be explained in physical terms (energetically and structurally). The process leads to ﬁbrous aggregates in the form of extracellular amyloid plaques, neuro-ﬁbrillary tangles and other intracytoplasmic or intranuclear inclusions.
Butler attributed the primary cost differences between organic and conventional operations to
reduced milk production, slightly higher feed and labor costs, and significantly higher herd
replacement and transition costs. Herd replacement costs were significantly higher for organic
producers because replacement heifers must be raised organically, or must be purchased from
organic heifer breeders.
With hospitals, private clinics, and individual practices establishing
complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) programs, guidelines
and standards need to be established.
It is important to note here that these guidelines, which will present
consistency and create a basis for quality, are not created to protect
the public from itself or from “quacks” who seek to take advantage of
incurable disease states. First, there will always be those who seek to
take advantage of people regardless of any guidelines, standards, or
Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is an incurable, degenerative, and terminal disease with few
therapeutic options . It is a complex disease influenced by a range of genetic,
environmental, and other factors . Recently, Jack et al. demonstrated the value
of shared data in AD biomarker research. A New York Times article on the role of
data sharing, in the advancement of AD research, quotes John Trojanowski at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania Medical School: “It’s not science the way most of us have prac-
ticed it in our careers.
Treatment of Metastatic Disease
Melanoma can metastasize to any internal organ, the brain being a particularly common site. Metastatic melanoma is generally incurable, with survival in patients with visceral metastases generally
PARKSERVICE is a new telemedical application combining home-based support for
people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and a PD-specific walking aid which uses a
strategy known as visual cueing. PD is estimated to affect 100-180 per 100,000 of the
population (with most surveys favoring the higher estimate) and has an annual
incidence of 4-20 per 100,000,. Taking a population of approximately 450M
citizens this implies 450,000-900,000 people with PD (PWP) in the EU.
Clinical Features About 10% of esophageal cancers occur in the upper third of the esophagus (cervical esophagus), 35% in the middle third, and 55% in the lower third. Squamous cell carcinomas and adenocarcinomas cannot be distinguished radiographically or endoscopically.
Progressive dysphagia and weight loss of short duration are the initial symptoms in the vast majority of patients. Dysphagia initially occurs with solid foods and gradually progresses to include semisolids and liquids.
Sociality evolves when the net benefits of association with
conspecifics exceed the costs. Individuals that live in social
groups may be less vulnerable to predation, better able to
defend valued resources, and able to benefit from pooling
information, but they must also cope with resource
competition from other group members, the threat of
infectious diseases, and the risk of infanticide (Krause and
Gene therapy offers many conceptual advantages to treat muscle diseases, especially various
forms of muscular dystrophies. Many of these diseases are caused by a single gene
mutation. While the traditional approaches may ameliorate some symptoms, the ultimate
cure will depend on molecular correction of the genetic defect. The clinical feasibility of
gene therapy has been recently demonstrated in treatment of a type of inherited blindness.
By delivering a therapeutic gene to the retina, investigators were able to partially recover
the vision in a disease once thought incurable.
The brain and spinal cord compose the Central Nervous System (CNS), which is the control center
of the body. Inputs from muscles, involuntary organs, and senses travel through the nerves of the
Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) into the CNS where they are interpreted. Signals may travel
within the brain to separate functional areas. Instructions are then sent outward again for voluntary
movement and involuntary regulation to complete the endless loop of the nervous system circuitry.