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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 team found that diabetes remission was closely linked with weight loss, with almost nine out of 10 people (86 percent) who lost 15 kilograms or more putting their type 2 diabetes into remission.
The Corrections Amendment (Prisoner Remission) Bill 2017 has today been tabled in Parliament that will end this outdated practice and remove remissions for prisoners, in line with community expectations.
Achieving remission not only has health benefits, but also produces a strong sense of personal achievement and empowerment, removes stigma, and may even reduce insurance premiums.
In April, Doherty announced to her thousands of followers on Instagram that she is finally on remission after battling breast cancer for two years.
Although use of "remission" in the context of our article might seem to defy logic, our use of the term is predicated on the Consensus Criteria for remission, which allows for mild symptoms of core schizophrenia psychopathology.
The President granted 90-day remission to the prisoners, convicted for life imprisonment.
If you are otherwise on low income but not receiving any of the relevant benefits, you may still qualify for a fee remission.
Radical remission survivors listen to the voices in their heads that whisper, 'Your job is killing you,' 'Move your body,' or, 'Look for other options,'" she writes.
Remission of 90 days would be granted to prisoners convicted for life imprisonment; 45 days to all convicts; total remission to male prisoners of 65 years of age or above and female prisoners of 60 years and above.
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.
Jolin, 3, of Ware, who is in remission from kidney cancer.
Even though PV can enter remission and allow therapy discontinuation, it is difficult to predict the length of time it will take to induce remission and how long will it last once achieved (4).