An untreatable new strain of the flu might crop up at any moment.
An untreatable new strain of aids might crop up at any moment.
Some vision disorders are untreatable at later ages, so it is important to have the child seen by an optometrist or ophthalmologist no later than the age of three.
Many persons with FA will develop untreatable heart disease, which may shorten life expectancy.
Many mental health specialists believe that these disorders are untreatable, that individuals with personality disorder have little capacity for change; therefore not surprisingly, they remain skeptical about prevention prospects.
It is vital that parents bring their child for an eye exam sometime between the ages of three and five to prevent amblyopia from becoming untreatable.
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