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  • n. Plural form of patient.


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  • Director General Amano said that, "the IAEA is working to improve outcomes for cancer patients in the developing world and this concert is very meaningful in helping to lift patients´ spirits and make more people aware of IAEA´s PACT activities."

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  • Findings from the Diabetes Impact Survey † indicate that healthcare practitioners (HCPs) thought they and their peers were more likely in recent years to prescribe additional therapies at an earlier stage in a patient's treatment regimen. 1 However, according to HCPs surveyed, less than 50\% of their patients are achieving their target HbA1c ‡ goal2 and a survey of patients§ indicated that 40\% reported complications associated with their disease. 3 HCPs surveyed estimated that significantly more of the national diabetes budget is being allocated to treatment of diabetic complications than to prevention. 4 These survey results were released today in conjunction with the upcoming World Diabetes Day on 14th November.

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  • In the House of Representatives, they passed a bill which they called the patients 'bill of rights which did not guarantee a single, solitary thing I just described to you, and left 100 million Americans out of what little it did provide.

    Remarks By The President At Unity Dinner

  • Serum therapy in the form in which it finds application in the treatment of diphtheria patients is an antitoxic or detoxicating curative method.

    Emil von Behring - Nobel Lecture

  • Amongst the patients is an unfortunate child of eight years old, who in the pronunciamiento had been accidentally struck by a bullet, which entered her left temple and came out below the right eye, leaving her alive.

    Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country

  • Eastern Health told CBC News that it had cleared its emergency rooms to prepare for what it described as patients who are critically ill and hypothermic.

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  • We learned about the different disorders and addictions of the clients (that's what they call their patients), how to interact with them and what to expect from them.

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  • The vacuum created by the lack of healthcare for GID patients is also the result of a wrong association being made between people diagnosed with GID and those who engage in sexual fetishes.

    Sugar and spice and all things neurobiological

  • Recruiting patients is difficult; often, a majority of those who are eligible do not participate.

    The unacceptable face of medical research

  • The role of exercise in heart-failure patients is still being studied.

    Treating Heart Patients With Thin Air


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