Recent Examples of noncancerous from the Web
That was certainly Maria Menounos’s attitude—until earlier this year, when doctors found a noncancerous tumor in her brain.
The treatment, called Eskata, is the first topical medicine for a type of noncancerous skin growth that affects more than 83 million American adults, and represents Aclaris’ first product.
As part of the training, researchers put decoy and distraction smells into some of the boxes, like coffee grounds, rubber gloves, and other blood samples that are either noncancerous or cancerous but benign.
In an interview, Ross explained that Sawyer was diagnosed this year with a genetic mutation that caused noncancerous tumors to form on his thyroid gland.
Another possible issue underlying butt muscle pain is enlargement of the uterus due to fibroids, noncancerous growths in the uterus that can develop during a woman’s childbearing years.
In 2007, Bricker was diagnosed with acoustic neuroma, a noncancerous brain tumor, and needed surgery to remove it.
Kim herself has had some health scares — breast lumps that luckily turned out to be noncancerous.
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