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The pain in an acute coronary syndrome is most commonly located in the center or left of the chest, with radiation to the left shoulder and arm, neck, and jaw .  Less commonly, the pain is epigastric, leading the patient (or physician) to mistake it for indigestion. Rarely, ischemic chest pain may be perceived in the right side of the chest or interscapular region. Severe pain that radiates through the chest into the back is more suggestive of aortic dissection than acute coronary syndrome…

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NIH’s NIAID Initiating Dose Evaluation Studies in Animal Models of Pluristem’s PLX-R18 in the Treatment of Acute Radiation Syndrome

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10 Scientists Killed By Their Own Experiments

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Radiation disease is the result of excessive exposure to radiation. According to the Centers for Disease Control, acute radiation syndrome (ARS) causes nausea, ...

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