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We often wish that some gallant, useful man, who is dying of a chronical disease, might live longer.
As for this patient, JDM had run a chronical course and calcinosis developed six months after the presence of cellulitis in his extremities.
They said medicine against Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) could prolong lifetime of patients up to 20-25 years by turning AIDS into a chronical disease.
due to HIV, diabetes, malignancies and chronical diseases.
Besides, in the medical history of pregnant, there's also obesity, chronic hypertension, diabetes mellitus and chronical renal disease (17).
Differential perceptions of the rehabilitation process: a comparison of client and personnel incongruity in two categories of chronical illness.
To do so, I am going to chronical some of the most prominent developers of action research.
Immunotherapy with fragmented Mycobacterium tuberculosis cells increases the effectiveness of chemotherapy against a chronical infection in a murine model of tuberculosis.
If this appeals to you, or you know someone who would be cheered up by a make over, writes to Features Department Evening Chronical, Groat Market Newcastle upon Tyne, NEI IED.
Chronical treatment during 21 days with genistein decreases ABP in rats (Li et al.
According to the Ghanaian Chronical, the director-general of the Ghana Health Service, Professor Agyemang Badu Akosa who conducted the research, expressed regret that there was lack of awareness on the topic of abortion and the provision of its services, stressing, "it is the poor who lack information and cannot afford the services even when they are available, that resort to unsafe abortion.

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