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noncommunicable

Definitions

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  • adjective of a disease That cannot be passed on to others; not infectious

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective (of disease) not capable of being passed on

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Examples

  • He called for urgent action to start solving "what will be the 21st century's greatest health challenge, namely noncommunicable diseases."

    UN: Deaths up from cancer, diabetes, heart disease

  • He called for urgent action to start solving "what will be the 21st century's greatest health challenge, namely noncommunicable diseases."

    UN: Deaths up from cancer, diabetes, heart disease

  • He called for urgent action to start solving "what will be the 21st century's greatest health challenge, namely noncommunicable diseases."

    UN: Deaths up from cancer, diabetes, heart disease

  • He called for urgent action to start solving "what will be the 21st century's greatest health challenge, namely noncommunicable diseases."

    UN: Deaths up from cancer, diabetes, heart disease

  • He called for urgent action to start solving "what will be the 21st century's greatest health challenge, namely noncommunicable diseases."

    UN: Deaths up from cancer, diabetes, heart disease

  • He called for urgent action to start solving "what will be the 21st century's greatest health challenge, namely noncommunicable diseases."

    UN: Deaths up from cancer, diabetes, heart disease

  • The U.N. health agency said so-called noncommunicable diseases killed more than 36 million people combined in 2008, the most recent year for which global data is available.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Global Status report said so-called noncommunicable diseases accounted for more than 36m deaths in 2008.

    BBC News - Home

  • The U.N. health agency said so-called noncommunicable diseases killed more than 36 million people combined in 2008, the most recent year for which global data is available.

    The Seattle Times

  • Such innovations leave the question unanswered of who contributes to and who benefits from R&D for diseases that affect all countries, such as noncommunicable diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease and stroke, diabetes, and obesity

    PLoS Medicine: New Articles

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