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Cataracts are a cloudiness in eye's lense which causes vision issues. Cataracts can start slowly and are not always noticeable. They often affect both eyes (but sometimes in varying degrees). Symptoms can include blurry vision, sensitivity to light, and fading colors. Age and other conditions like diabetes and previous eye surgeries are known causes.

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Celiac disease is an immune disorder where the body reacts to gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye. The small intestine becomes inflamed and its lining damaged. When this happens, key nutrients cannot be absorbed which causes digestion problems and weight loss. In children, growth and development can be affected.

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Cerebral palsy is the result of problems during brain development, at childbirth, or just after birth. The resulting disorder involves poor muscle tone, difficulty moving, stiff muscles and more. Some people with cerebral palsy are unable to walk, have epilepsy, trouble swallowing, are blind, and may have limited intellect.

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Cervical cancer affects the cells in the cervix – the lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina – and is primarily caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), transmitted via sexual contact.

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Malignant (cancerous) tumors of the chest wall can start in muscles, bones, cartilage, blood vessels, connective or fatty tissue, nerves, or skin of the chest. Tumors found in the chest wall may be malignant or benign. They are described as being primary tumors, which start in the chest wall, or metastatic tumors, which spread to the chest wall from cancer in other areas of the body. The most common type of primary chest wall tumors are sarcomas that begin in bone or muscle tissue.

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