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destroy completely, as if down to the roots

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In India, as many as 43 cases were reported just a year before the year in which India totally eradicated the poliovirus,' he said.
In conclusion, I am very fortunate to have had success with HCV therapy and eradicated HCV.
This exceeds by 84 percent the amount of coca eradicated during the same timeframe in 2003.
It's beyond substantial doubt that terrorism can only be eradicated by ending corruption because both are two faces of same coin.
BEIRUT: The Internal Security Forces Wednesday eradicated 600 dunums of cannabis fields in the Bekaa and another 105 dunums in the Soueidiye region in north Lebanon.
We've eradicated 99 percent of all cases worldwide,'' said Dr.
The breakout groups concluded that it is too soon to tell if SARS can be eradicated, but substantial reasons for concern exist.
pylori was eradicated and 15% of those who were still infected were off drug therapy 1 year later.
Just because you knock the reservoir [of virus] down to a low level, it doesn't mean you have eradicated it," he says.
He said the negative samples show that the virus could eventually be eradicated through continued immunization campaigns.
He said that terrorism and drones strikes will end when TTP is eradicated.
Summary: Lebanese police eradicated 165,000 square meters of marijuana fields over the weekend in the Bekaa, east Lebanon, the Internal Security Forces said in a statement.
Obviously, I don't think people are going to eat it to the extent that it will be eradicated, but if I were hungry and homeless, I could scrape up enough of this to have a good little snack in about 15 minutes.
Unlike smallpox, some of the diseases will never be completely eradicated because the pathogens can survive outside of sick people; but control, Foege says, is clearly possible.