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serving to cure

something that corrects or counteracts

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To evaluate the potential of mSEPT9 for monitoring therapeutic efficacy of CRC, a total of 19 cases treated with curatively intended surgery were enrolled.
Medical history was notable for prostate cancer curatively treated in 2012, gout, a remote transient ischemic attack, osteoarthritis, and bilateral cataracts.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 27, 2017-Merck KGaA & Pfizer partnership awarded approval for BAVENCIO for the treatment of curatively unresectable Merkel cell carcinoma in Japan
The cases of 89 patients with curatively resected Stage I or II adenocarcinoma or squamous cell NSCLC, for which paraffin-embedded tumor specimens and preoperative PET/CT scans were available, were enrolled.
Among various insecticides applied curatively, tolfenpyrad, cyantraniliprole, and clothianidin were effective (mortality >70%) in controlling S.
LINE-1 hypomethylation is associated with a poor prognosis among patients with curatively resected esophageal squamous cell carcinoma.
Four hundred and sixty-two patients with curatively resected colon cancer were randomised to receive chemotherapy or chemotherapy plus PSK.
Factors associated with recurrence in patients with curatively resected stage I-II lung cancer.
Kwon, "Prognostic significance of immunohistochemical expression of EGFR and c-erbB-2 oncoprotein in curatively resected gastric cancer," Cancer Research and Treatment, vol.
In the pedal oedema model, the maximal and total oedema responses, respectively, in mice were significantly suppressed even when the extract was given prophylactically or curatively. Our results demonstrate that the effect of the extract on the paw oedema study is in consonance with that obtained in the pleurisy study and further validates the suppressive effect of A.
Oba et al., "Efficacy of adjuvant immunochemotherapy with polysaccharide K for patients with curatively resected colorectal cancer: a meta-analysis of centrally randomized controlled clinical trials," Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy, vol.
Buchner et al., "Perioperative transfusion of leukocyte depleted blood products in gastric cancer patients negatively influences oncologic outcome: a retrospective propensity score weighted analysis on 610 curatively resected gastric cancer patients," Medicine, vol.