be efficacious

See: prevail
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All seem wise, and I do not suffer myself to doubt that any one of them would be efficacious.
Accordingly, under presence of seeking food, and such simples as might be efficacious in his malady, they deserted him and hastened forward upon the trail.
Collectively, these data suggest that inhibition of STAT3-mediated signaling with WP1066 suppresses squamous cell carcinoma cell growth and may be efficacious in the treatment of patients with HNSCC.
By selectively binding to CCR9, a chemokine receptor restricted to inflammatory cells found in the large and small intestine and involved in the homing of these cells to the digestive tract, Traficet-EN has been shown to be efficacious in models of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis (the two principal forms of IBD).
the product must be efficacious and meet performance standards.
Already, a number of these products have been shown to be efficacious in clinical trials.
Enanta's cyclosporine analogs are proven to be efficacious in psoriasis-related animal models when given systemically but exhibit significantly lower toxicity.
To date, more than 150 patients have been treated, and the drug has been found to be efficacious and well-tolerated.
These formal studies indicated no gross toxicity at concentrations expected to be efficacious against tumors in humans.
This limits the drug's exposure to the whole body, reduces the dosage needed to be efficacious, and reduces the need for frequent treatments.
In addition, the ability of D2A21 to be efficacious at sites distant from the application site, and by various routes of administration, suggests that D2A21 may have properties much more beneficial than originally thought for these types of compounds.
If we obtain a clear protective response in this first trial, it will give us considerable encouragement that such a vaccine would be efficacious in the general population.