In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- If my mother had just had Huntington's disease diagnosed my request for a prognostic test would be unlikely to be turned down on the basis that the disease is untreatable.
- Wisdom tooth removal is recommended if there is an otherwise untreatable disease, condition affecting the mouth, or extreme pain.
- Predictive genetic testing is currently used mainly for untreatable conditions, such as Huntington's disease, or prenatal detection of serious genetic disorders such as cystic fibrosis.
- It is usually an untreatable disease, and affected patients are rapidly forwarded to cardiac transplantation as soon the diagnosis is established through endomyocardial biopsy.
- In the past few years several therapeutic advances underpinned by multiprofessional, site specialised team working have finally changed the view that advanced colorectal cancer is an untreatable disease.
- Until now, clinics have been allowed only to screen embryos for untreatable conditions or conditions that affect children, such as Huntington's disease and cystic fibrosis.
- Only one death - from a fatal and untreatable disease - had an acceptable explanation.
- The chapter on palliative therapy is of utmost importance as large number of patients are suitable only for palliation due to their advanced untreatable disease in our country.
- The psychiatric evidence was that her medical condition was untreatable and that she would probably never have insight into/take responsibility for her murderous actions.
- Participants may become dependent on researchers because they are impoverished, lack insurance, or have an otherwise untreatable disease and join a trial because it is their last hope.
- The patient's condition was untreatable and he sought hospice support.
- It's not a great time to be a biomedical startup, even though it's a rare week that there isn't news of an amazing new biotech drug aimed at previously untreatable cancers, brain diseases, or immune disorders.
- Many of the patients had rare and untreatable illnesses.
- With expanding medical expectations, and ever expanding possibilities for cures for hitherto untreatable conditions, if money were no object, the sky might be the limit.
- When different germs trade resistances, you could end up with an untreatable disease.
- None the less, it is a step forward and will stimulate debate about the emergence of neurology from the closet of esoteric and untreatable syndromes.
- This allows for the detention of potentially dangerous untreatable patients within the scope of the Human Rights Act.
- This report describes a new therapeutic approach with a plausible mechanism of action in a severe and otherwise untreatable condition.
- Diagnosing an untreatable illness is a bad moment, and explaining it to a patient is even worse.
- The pancreatic cancer study got particularly close attention from oncologists because the disease is virtually untreatable and can kill within months.
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