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MRI shows gliaotic changes in brain, vomitting, weight loss, vertigo, dizziness, leg swollen, psoriasis, hunger. Suggestions?

My age is 60+.My MRI has shown gliaotic changes in the right portion of my brain. At times I vomit . am loosing weight, have vertigo and dizziness. I had been a drug addict. My left leg is swollen. Previously skin was getting separated from the foot. Doctors say I had hepatitis B and have psoriasis . I have hunger. What can I do under these circumstances of multiple diseases.
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Some of your problems like gliaotic changes in brain MRI, chronic hepatatis, psoriasis are genrally do not to respond to medicines however these may be controled by stem cell therapy however this is not a standard form of therapy.

Do you have any weekness or paralysis or any neurological deficit? as a result of gliotic changes?
Answered: Sat, 9 Nov 2013
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