patient of

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showing the capacity for endurance


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It deprives the patient of consciousness at that most important moment of life, the moment of death, when conscious decisions may have eternal consequences.
Their rationale for a three-month cut-off point was based on two older papers: Pack and Gallo (1938) seem to have set a standard for this type of research by defining delay as a wait by the patient of three months and over.
The consensus among many therapy providers is that for a single episode, the cap won't be a problem, because the average cost per patient of therapy per episode is well below the cap.
This relieves the patient of any conscious experience of his or her condition.
In either case, these illnesses rob the patient of years of life.
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