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We are here to make treatment information structured and transparent. People with health conditions can review and share treatment experiences with those researching their options. The site aggregates statistics for a specific condition, treatment combination or for all the possible treatments. Treatments summary for each condition gives users a map of what works and what does not; regardless of whether it's conventional, alternative medicine, or not covered by insurance.

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Three years ago, I woke up and could not get out of bed. I had not had any serious injuries in the past. I couldn't sit, walk or syand. It was miserable. I immediately saw a family practice phys view case
 No change
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Bumps appeared on my legs a few years ago which would erupt into a painful blister. These were diagnosed by a dermatologist as molluscum contagiosum. They were treated with cryotherapy, but they never view case
Condition:   Skin Molluscum Contagiosum
Treatment:   Benzoyl Peroxide
 Helped a lot
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I was working as a server in a restaurant at the time of my accident. It was a busy supper rush, and a customer spilled his beverage onto the floor, the bus boy mopped the area but, not well enough an view case
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I was diagnosed with trochanteric bursitis in 2005. Several years of conservative treatment did not bring any good results. So the decision was made to do the surgery.The recovery period was very diff view case
Condition:   Hip Bursitis
Treatment:   Hip Arthroscopy
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I have had sacroilliac joint pain on my right side since I was a teenager, at least 30 years now. I have a problem with my right ankle that causes me to walk with a limp. I was told this is the probab view case