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  • noun Plural form of nonresponder.

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Examples

  • Differentiating between responders and nonresponders to beta-interferon could help thousands of people skip the drug and avoid the flu-like symptoms that accompany it, while assuring others that they are likely to benefit, doctors said.

    New Insight Into Multiple-Sclerosis Treatment

  • Differentiating between responders and nonresponders to beta-interferon could help thousands of people skip the drug and avoid the flu-like symptoms that accompany it, while assuring others that they are likely to benefit, doctors said.

    Multiple-Sclerosis Study Could Help Patients

  • Stanford has filed a patent application for a blood test that would distinguish between responders and nonresponders, but said the researchers wouldn't benefit financially.

    New Insight Into Multiple-Sclerosis Treatment

  • When researchers gave such nonresponders a higher dose, 72 percent got much better, their symptoms dropping by 50 percent or more.

    The Depressing News About Antidepressants

  • That would allow the companies to distinguish drug responders from nonresponders in the trials or to identify genetic predispositions that patients might have to adverse effects of drugs.

    The $1,000 Genome

  • Stanford has filed a patent application for a blood test that would distinguish between responders and nonresponders, but said the researchers wouldn't benefit financially.

    Multiple-Sclerosis Study Could Help Patients

  • If we count all of the nonresponders as failures, that yields a 20% abstinence rate at six months for graduates.

    Maia Szalavitz: Lies, Damn Lies and Drug Statistics: Treatment Version

  • Randomized controlled trials ironically amount to "a more problematic anecdotalism," writes Healy by "garlanding" the experience of one drug responder "over the ninefold larger pool of other responders or nonresponders" with the claim it will "generalize to others given the treatment in a way that was never claimed with traditional medical case reports."

    Is A Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis the Latest Mania?

  • Randomized controlled trials ironically amount to "a more problematic anecdotalism," writes Healy by "garlanding" the experience of one drug responder "over the ninefold larger pool of other responders or nonresponders" with the claim it will "generalize to others given the treatment in a way that was never claimed with traditional medical case reports."

    Is A Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis the Latest Mania?

  • The polling nonresponders are the key to this election. i think they are far more likely to be unsympathetic to Obama.

    If Obama is so far ahead...

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