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For the first time, we have described a significantly increased incidence of C. difficile in children with diarrhea in a population-based cohort.
Melanoma Incidence Study #Dr.
Though uncommon, this tumor is increasing in incidence, even in patients without known risk factors.
Now, researchers at Mayo Clinic have demonstrated that gluten in the diet may modify the intestinal microbiome, increasing incidences of Type 1 diabetes.
These researchers demonstrated that mice fed a gluten-free diet had a dramatically reduced incidence of Type 1 diabetes .
Researchers believe the increasing incidence of NAFLD is associated with rising rates of obesity.
In the April issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings , researchers published a study that shows the incidence of melanoma has escalated and young women are the hardest hit.
Factors studied included the overall five-year patient and graft or transplant survival; the incidence of acute rejection and chronic kidney damage; and overall measures of kidney function.
The observation that the time trends were more evident in men than in women may support a genuine trend in incidence.
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