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serving to cure

something that corrects or counteracts

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In NHL developing outside the setting of HIV infection, adequate doses of chemotherapy are associated with the curative potential of the regimen, (18) and the study by Ratner et al.
Yalom describes curative factors as an intricate interplay of various guided human experiences.
To make such a curative allocation under the traditional method with curative allocations, the partnership must have other items of the same character as the item limited under the ceiling rule.
A partnership has several options in utilizing curative allocations as long as the method chosen is consistent with respect to each item of contributed property from year to year.(24) A partnership may restrict curative allocations to a particular tax item, such as deductions, or even further, such as depreciation deductions from a particular item of partnership property.(25)
"There have been many inquiries regarding the inclusion on wine labels of statements which make therapeutic or curative claims, or which otherwise attribute positive effects to the consumption of wine," Jerry Bowerman, head of the BATF's Product Compliance Division, said in a 1990 letter.
The various species of pine (Pinus spp.) have long been believed to possess curative values.
Summary: New Delhi (India) Mar 2 (ANI): Convicts of 2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case may file a curative petition challenging the capital punishment
That is, the quality that stands out for Cuba: Its insistence on preventive medicine rather than the curative aspect.TRAININGbrThat is what should guide Kenya in its war against many communicable diseases that have wreaked havoc on the country yet they can easily be managed.
Speaking about Yakub's last two weeks in the jail, sources said he didn't share anything with other prison mates but was confident of a favourable outcome, especially after his family told him that eminent lawyers, judges, politicians and journalists were supportive of his curative petition.
Curene urethane curatives include Curene 442 standard MBOCA-type material, Curene 185 for reduced hardness, and Curene 3005 liquid curative for polyester-based prepolymers.
Expression of the catalytic subunit of human telomerase reverse transcriptase independently predicts lower survival in patients who undergo curative resection for hepatic colorectal metastases, reported Julien Domont, M.D., of the Institut Gustave Roussy, Villjuif, France, and colleagues.
1245-1(e)(2)(ii)(C)(2) provides that curative and remedial allocations generally reduce the contributing partner's share of depreciation or amortization and increase the noncontributing partners' shares of depreciation or amortization.
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.