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We are excited about these findings and our next step would be to see how this plant and the compounds from this plant may be effective against colon cancer, alleviating colon cancer or preventing the onset of colon cancer," Dey said.
66 percent to the housing supply, a first step in alleviating the housing shortage.
When Bobbie called Westbrook, she was mainly concerned with alleviating Robert's pain.
In an era of intense competition for health-care dollars, psychotherapists often characterize their techniques as scientifically grounded and capable of alleviating specific mental ailments.
In recent years, relief organizations have attempted to go beyond their traditional mandate of alleviating suffering to the weightier task of preventing it.
Australia must be prepared to play its part in alleviating this obvious human misery," Archbishop Peter Watson said.
The survey found that 82per cent of doctors believe holidays benefit the whole family, alleviating symptoms such as behavioural disorders, asthma and allergies.
Although their goal of alleviating poverty proved beyond the capability of these philanthropic societies, they did provide important "schools of democracy," to use Tocqueville's evocative phrase, which facilitated the development of a civil society in Russia.
Medicines capable of alleviating or suppressing pain may be given to a dying person even if this therapy may indirectly shorten the person's life so long as the intent is not to hasten death.