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“Corresponding five-year rates of disease-free survival were 90.4 percent and 92.2 percent, respectively.”
“When the study ended in 2004, Ms. Cornwell, still disease-free, was taken off the insulin.”
“It may sound far-fetched, but it is possible to live a long, disease-free life.”
“A drug, which has only been previously tested in animals, is given to a small number of healthy and disease-free people, mostly men, often unemployed, who then undergo painful, embarrassing and risky procedures? for money.”
“A 2007 study found just 20 percent of patients who had received a liver or multivisceral transplantation to treat neuroendocrine tumors saw no additional metastases after five years, though the Mount Sinai study, which tracked 11 patients, found only one person remained disease-free five years after receiving a new liver.”
“Why should we listen to the policy positions of any economist who aggregates the utility of watching porn, engaging in prostitution, drinking alcohol and weighs it against going to the gym, getting medical care to those who need it, preventing murder, and ensuring that people have access to disease-free drinking water??”
“It is not normatively neutral to aggregate the pleasure people derive from porn and weigh it against the "utility" that people derive from drinking clean disease-free water.”
“These transplants, which involve destroying cancerous bone marrow and replacing it with disease-free stem cells, have been the standard of care for leukemia for decades.”
“An analysis of lung tissue and pulmonary function found that mice with short telomeres developed emphysema but long-telomere mice remained disease-free.”
“Today, the 59-year-old Beauchamp is disease-free and works as an advocate with the American Leprosy Missions, a Christian group that helped fund the study along with other leprosy support groups and the National Institutes of Health.”
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