Identical Treatment

Identical Treatment

In law, the concept that all persons deserve equal treatment regardless of circumstances. Identical treatment is almost never applied in practice; for example, minors generally cannot marry without parental consent. It should not be confused with equal treatment.
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Effective April 29, 2008, the Treasury adopted final regulations under [section]935 that provide identical treatment for residents of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.
To provide further clinical perspective on the two medications, a retrospective analysis of pooled data from five Phase 3 clinical trials of similar patient populations and identical treatment durations calculated the number needed to harm and number needed to treat values.
Domestic and foreign investors will be given identical treatment.
This allows (and incentivizes) physicians to charge prices significantly higher than the customary prices charged for identical treatment and to perform unnecessary medical procedures," the institute argued in its amicus brief.
The care it delivers is unique for each person; no two people receive identical treatment plans.
How far the custom of permitting a transgender person to self-identify one's gender (or other characteristics) extends is unclear, says Banzhaf, although strong arguments can be made for similar if not identical treatment. Thus, while a transgender M-F may be able to chose to wear a dress or use a female restroom, it is less clear whether she can use female shower facilities at a gym, compete as a female in athletic events (especially for money), or apply for various forms of government aide set aside for female applicants, notes Banzhaf.
Doctors there diagnosed him with the same illness and recommended identical treatment.
Users aren't concerned about getting identical treatment in different situations--they care about completing their tasks.
The parents of a friend who fell ill in Bahrain insisted details of his treatment be relayed to a major clinic in a first world country, which reported that he was getting the identical treatment that he would "at home".
'A doctor who prescribes an identical treatment in two individuals and expects an identical development, may be properly classified as a social menace.'
They are a Significant Business Opportunity," equal treatment does not translate to identical treatment. Because women and men often have different life circumstances, different degrees of financial experience and a different approach to communication, advisors may have to modify their approach to building productive relationships.