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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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The results showed that a higher proportion of patients taking apremilast 30 mg twice daily achieved clinical remission versus placebo.
The initial findings come from an ongoing trial study called DiRECT (Diabetes Remission Clinical Trial), which aims to find an effective accessible way to put type 2 diabetes into remission long-term.
Tasmanians would be shocked to learn that one out of every four prisoners is released before their sentence is completed, and it has been of significant concern to the Government that remission allows offenders to be released up to three months before the date handed down by the Court.
They explained that weight loss is associated with extended life expectancy for people with diabetes and that weight loss of around 15 kg often produces total remission of type 2 diabetes.
com/charmed-alum-shannen-doherty-shows-her-curly-hair-two-months-after-remission-2556478) Read: Shannen Doherty shows off her growing curly hair two months after being on remission
For example, the article states that "Of the 236 patients achieving remission at discharge, 94% had at least 1 residual symptom and 69% had at least 4 residual symptoms.
The President would grant these remissions in pursuance of the approved policy, in exercise of his powers under Article 45 of the Constitution, providing for special remission in sentence on the
The prime minister also advised the President for remission of 45 days of sentence to all other convicts except the condemned prisoners and also except those convicted of murder, espionage, subversion, anti-state activities, terrorist act, Zina, kidnapping/ abduction, robbery, dacoity and those undergoing sentence under the Foreigners Act 1946.
If you do not have any savings or assets worth more than PS3,000, or you are receiving certain benefits, you will qualify for a fee remission.
She visited 10 countries and interviewed 50 holistic healers and 20 radical remission cancer survivors for her dissertation.
ISLAMABAD -- President Mamnoon Hussain has approved the Prime Ministers advice for grant of special remission on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr to the convicts undergoing different terms of imprisonments.
1) Advances in the management of RA with early treatment, widespread methotrexate, biologic agents, and new treatment guidelines have rendered achievement of remission increasingly possible.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A new type of scale for determining remission from depression performed well compared with conventional measures in a study of 153 outpatients being treated for depression.
WASHINGTON--Autoantibody seronegativity may be the best predictor of which patients will achieve remission in rheumatoid arthritis, but the question of whether and when to withdraw treatment still looms.
WASHINGTON -- Younger age, lower baseline pain, and shorter time to remission were significant predictors of sustained remission for early rheumatoid arthritis patients, based on data from more than 1,000 patients older than 16.