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Edson Celulari celebrates cancer victory

Edson Celulari celebrates cancer victory

On Sunday morning, actor Edson Celulari used his Instagram account to celebrate and thank victory against non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The columnist Ancelmo Gois affirmed and first hand that Celulari is indeed cured of cancer that damages the body's defense system.

"Graça received, thankful grace. a beautiful sun around here, and let it light up everyone, "he wrote, who chose National Cancer Day to thank him.

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His son, Enzo Celulari, also honored his father: "This one, next to me, is the true example: an example of life, of person, of strength, of courage, of determination, and above all, of overcoming! to all friends and people from whom we have received messages of support and affection.And I wanted to make clear here, my greatest thanks ... What is it to you, Dad @edsoncelularireal, for teaching us all how to face an arduous battle with so much praise and how to achieve a happy ending, even if sometimes the I love you, my warrior! And now all we have left is to toast ... To give life ... to YOUR life! ".


Saliva and celiac disease

Saliva and celiac disease

Boston - Patients suffering from celiac disease may soon have reason to celebrate: researchers have found that human saliva contains enzymes that can break gluten in the diet. Diet gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley and rye that causes serious health problems in genetically predisposed individuals.

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What you can do if you lose your teeth?

What you can do if you lose your teeth?

If you no longer have all permanent teeth, do not worry - you are not alone. In fact, an average adult between the ages of 20 and 64 has at least three decayed or extracted teeth, according to the American Dental Association (ADA). If you lost your teeth in an accident or if they were Replacing teeth not only improves your appearance but also improves your ability to chew and speak.

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