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in remission

[of a serious disease] not worsening or progressing. While the disease was in remission, John got to leave the hospital. The doctor said my cancer was in remission.
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People who experienced radical remission also consciously fostered positive emotions each day--even for 5 minutes--by appreciating the sunrise, petting their cat, or engaging in other activities that brought a smile to their faces.
Special remission of one year has been granted to female prisoners who are accompanying children and total remission to juvenile convicts who have served one third of their substantive sentences.
Superintendent Camp Jail,Shahram Tauqir Khan when contacted told that a total of 15 convicts were released and 20 others benefited the special remission.
14324) Boston patients who faced the remission after receiving bone marrow transplants which was thought to remove HIV.
A committee of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and the European League against Rheumatism (EULAR) has proposed two remission criteria sets, (7,8) a Boolean Criteria set and SDAI, which are more stringent than DAS28 to identify remission.
These clinical studies suggest that vedolizumab may have the potential to maintain clinical remission in the appropriate patients," said Asit Parikh, M.
The RDQ scores were associated with self-perceived remission even after adjustment for QIDS scores.
The authors then looked at the predictors of maintaining remission.
Remission has been granted to those who have maintained good conduct in the prison and have done special work," Mehra said on Tuesday.
Di Stefano said: "Men must be treated as equal to women and if that means one third remission on all pre-2007 cases, so be it.
Researchers gave the vaccine to 13 leukemia patients in remission and 53 others who had active disease.
20 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute also found that these second remissions are uniquely characterized by a duration that exceeds the duration of the first remission (P less than .
BEING OVERWEIGHT CAN PREVENT patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) from going into remission of disease.
The incident was referred to the prison governor, who held an adjudication and imposed a 28-day penalty on Morgan's 50 per cent remission.
Originally diagnosed in 1999 with leukemia, Spencer was in remission for 14 months before relapsing in March.