suffer a relapse

See: relapse
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Oh, it is terrible even to think of the hideousness of it; but now they are all dead he cannot do it even though his poor mind, which seems well again, should suffer a relapse.
Dr Hill's work could also guide the development of new treatments for children who do suffer a relapse, with the aim of prolonging their lives or potentially curing their disease.
More than 20,000 people in the UK have CLL and in about two thirds of cases patients suffer a relapse.
But this new technique will allow us to identify a small group of children who are far more likely than normal to suffer a relapse.
Early findings released in December showed that women on Arimidex were 20 per cent less likely to suffer a relapse than those taking either tamoxifen or the combination.
Even with adequate antibiotic treatment, some children can suffer a relapse, and the symptoms are the same as for the initial infection.
Studies to date have not identified any characteristics of schizophrenia sufferers that mark some as more likely to suffer a relapse following neuroleptic withdrawal, he says.
Unfortunately, the reality is that as many as 50 percent of schizophrenia patients suffer a relapse within the first year after their most recent episode.
Participants who suffer a relapse, as defined by an increase in thefts to more than 50 percent of the starting level, are taken out of the study and have the option to resume drug treatment.