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Hughes Syndrome: simple to treat but all too often ignored

03 February 2009

Hughes Syndrome could be diagnosed by a simple blood test but remains dangerously under-diagnosed.The symptoms are so wide-ranging, most of us probably suffer from one of them: migraines and headaches, memory loss, poor circulation, blotchy skin, tinnitus and earache, tummy cramps, DVTs, recurrent miscarriage, infertility, giddiness, visual disturbance, leg ulcers, seizures, and even mini-strokes (a transient ischemic attack or TIA) or a diagnosis of MS....

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