debilitating


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impairing the strength and vitality

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Both are ultimately debilitating, and in the long run, both are equally futile.
Genmab A/S is a biotechnology company that creates and develops fully human antibodies for the treatment of life-threatening and debilitating diseases.
A drug for treating high cholesterol might someday find use relieving the debilitating symptoms of poisoning from some algal toxins, animal data suggest.
Genmab A/S (CSE: GEN and Neuer Markt: GE9D), Copenhagen, Denmark, has announced a broad collaboration with Roche for the creation and development of human antibody therapeutic products for life threatening and debilitating diseases.
For 6 years, she, William MacDonald of West Virginia University, and a coalition of would-be chestnut savers drilled holes in sick Wisconsin trees and inserted fungus infected with a partially debilitating virus.
Medarex, Inc., is a biopharmaceutical company developing monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics to fight cancer and other life-threatening and debilitating diseases.
The past decade has witnessed a wave of new medications to treat schizophrenia, a debilitating mental disorder that afflicts 1 in 100 people.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a debilitating, chronic inflammatory disease affecting one to two percent of the world's population.
Though physicians know little about what causes these conditions, each results in abdominal pain and debilitating, bloody diarrhea.
Wasting response in humans as well as several forms of debilitating inflammation, among other side effects afflicting recipients of bone marrow transplantation may be significantly alleviated using a new treatment developed by scientists at Hadassah University Hospital and Enzo Biochem, Inc.
Worldwide, millions of people suffer debilitating and even fatal fungal infections.
These changes cause the initial symptoms and the eventual muscle weakness, cognitive decline, and other debilitating conditions that characterize MS.
The pain, which can be debilitating, accounts for some 600 million hours of lost work time annually in the United States alone.
Scientists observed that some Crinipellis specimens in the Amazon were infected with a debilitating bright-green, fuzzy fungus called Trichoderma viride.
Yet when physicians use it as a drug, the compound sometimes triggers muscle problems, sleep difficulties, loss of appetite, and a debilitating depression that may include suicidal thoughts.