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- adv. With palliative care.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a palliative manner; so as to palliate.
Mortality for those over 85 years was 100\%, and notably 73\% of those patients were managed 'palliatively' only
What they feel is a sense of underlying unease which the consumer state (palliatively) remedies with meds and media distractions.
Hypnotic suggestion, which induces sleep, stills pain, silences fear, abolishes functional disturbances, works chiefly palliatively.
These costs were due mainly to the two new clinical trials for non-small cell lung cancer patients ineligible for curative treatment who are being treated palliatively (NSCLC) and patients with brain metastases from non-small cell lung cancer, as well as the ongoing pediatric glioma trial.