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- adj. Of or pertaining to oncology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to oncology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to or practicing oncology
If 90 percent of the oncological community said something was causing cancer we'd listen to them ... though we can debate what that means for the energy and transportation sectors.
Why are Mike Pence and the Republicans against women receiving cancer screenings and affordable oncological treatment?
Beck and his minions would decry the loss of oncological jobs.
"It has probably saved more lives than any other oncological drug ever."
Eight and a half years ago, when the oncological bookmakers gave my father three years to live, we sat together in his hospital room and vowed that, if he survived, the two of us would take a trip each year to celebrate his outliving his expiration date by another twelvemonth.
I went to see Dr. Richard Shapiro, a breast and oncological surgeon who had previously operated on two close relatives.
And so we accept the risk and keep our oncological anxieties in check.
It lay outside the inner city, but the inner city was metastasizing toward it, and Pearce had been forced to cross oncological arms after leaving the comparative safety of the interstate.
S. BRADY: Right away, I went to see the local lung specialist, who was wonderful, who immediately -- I went to see this local surgeon who I had most confidence in and an oncological surgeon ...
To extend Lincoln's oncological trope: it concludes that all those who oppose abortion can do right now is to contain the cancer, keep it from metastasizing.
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