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desperate diseases must have desperate remedies

Extreme and undesirable circumstances or situations can only be resolved by resorting to equally extreme actions. I know that the austerity measures introduced by the government during the recession are unpopular, but desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

Prov. If you have a seemingly insurmountable problem, you must do things you ordinarily would not do in order to solve it. Fred: All my employees have been surly and morose for months. How can I improve their morale? Alan: Why not give everyone a raise? Fred: That's a pretty extreme suggestion. Alan: Yes, but desperate diseases must have desperate remedies.

There is a remedy for everything except death.

Prov. Everything but death can be cured.; As long as you are alive, your problems can somehow be solved. Bill: I'll never recover from losing Nancy. Fred: Nonsense. There is a remedy for everything except death. Whenever Linda despaired, she sternly reminded herself that there is a remedy for everything except death.
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Since its inception, homeopaths have used dreams as part of the information that leads to the appropriate remedy.
This case is before the Court, however, because the court below vitiated that remedy, finding first that the overpayment statute was inapposite and further that Minnesota law provided a constitutionally sufficient predeprivation remedy, to wit: the assessment protest statute, which had never before been extended to cover the non-discretionary act of calculating tax bills.
Because Georgia law provided an adequate pre-deprivation remedy in addition to its refund statute, the state sought to deny the taxpayer's refund claim.
The amended statute retains these remedies and adds limited compensatory (and for defendants who are private employers, punitive) damages to remedy the effects of the emotional distress associated with employment discrimination.
Although a declaratory judgment action does provide an opportunity to challenge a tax before payment, it is not clear that it provides an adequate remedy consistent with due process requirements.
The Court noted that a statute like Title VII that provides a sole remedy in the form of back pay does not redress tort-type personal injuries.
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