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serving to cure

something that corrects or counteracts

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After the SC sent them to the gallows, the convicts can now file review petition, curative petition and mercy plea
Curative will keep its name, brands, and offerings tailored for the Chinese market and other global markets, and will be strategically positioned to target different customer segments than ResMed.
Providers and suppliers furnishing curative services to beneficiaries participating in the test can continue to bill Medicare for reasonable and necessary services.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court said that it was not satisfied by the arguments raised by the CBI in the curative petition.
In fact, using isobutyl aluminum hydride, we have succeeded in the rapid, highly selective, low environmental load production of various kinds of aldehydes as intermediate materials for curative medicines from various kinds of esters.
Moreover, only one-third of those patients with single lesions get potentially curative therapy, according to Dr.
Moreover, only one-third of those with single lesions get potentially curative therapy, said Dr.
13,14) The available data do not document any additional specific treatment effects of HAART plus anti-lymphoma therapy administered with curative intent in patients with systemic ARL.
Worden apparently first approached Curative about developing the technology, but the company already had its own autologous therapy called Procuren and wasn't interested in Worden's idea.
Under the proposed regulations, however, a partnership cannot make curative or remedial allocations from a Sec.
When young people attend camp, they automatically experience beneficial psychological curative factors that help them move toward healthy developmental growth.
For example, at its outset, high-dose chemotherapy was presented and advocated as the only possible curative therapy for patients with metastatic or high-risk breast cancer.
The final regulations specifically describe two reasonable methods of making section 704(c) allocations: the Traditional Method,(5) and the Traditional Method with Curative Allocations.
The regulations do, however, forbid false or misleading claims about "curative or therapeutic effects," and the BATF cited a 1954 regulatory interpretation that says "any reference to vitamin content in the advertising of malt beverages would mislead a substantial number of persons to believe that consumption of the product would produce curative or therapeutic effects.
The contract is to provide fortnightly coastal curative medical visits for children insured CPZP aged 8 to 15 years, including transportation and meals.