- n. Plural form of remission.
“KAPLIN: I am very optimistic that we will get as Montel discussed earlier initially ways of putting people into longer-term remissions; spreading out the periods of exacerbation.”
“It cannot be cured, but new therapies used in combination and in sequence can create long-term remissions for many patients with a good quality of life.”
“It cannot be cured; however, using new therapies in combination and in sequence can provide the potential for long-term remissions with a good quality of life.”
“Although frontline therapies for Hodgkin and T-cell lymphomas often achieve long-term remissions, a significant number of patients require additional treatment, including stem cell transplant and chemotherapy regimens.”
“Its inventor is attempting to patent a version of it to profiteer off of it even though there is no need to improve upon the GcMAF molecule -- it worked without failure to completely cure four different types of cancer with no long-term remissions and without side effect.”
“If the appeals are successful, the men would then also be eligible for further twice-yearly sentence remissions, meaning they could be out of jail as early as 2020.”
“We need to find out how long these remissions last.”
“And when my mother seemed to go into remissions and we were functioning as a family were fun -- as were the times I spent with my cousins.”
“The drug Gleevec, targeted just for this disease, created miraculous remissions and now has become the standard therapy for CML from Siddartha Mukerjee's "The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer".”
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