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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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The apex court created the system of curative petition to ensure that there was no miscarriage of justice.
ResMed China and Curative Medical will remain operationally independent, and Curative will continue to invest in R/D, manufacturing, marketing and sales teams in China.
Allowing Medicare coverage to continue while under hospice care means that patients no longer have to make a false choice between hospice and curative care.
Article (3) of the decision stipulates that the fees shown in the tables attached to the decision will be levied against the curative and diagnostic services provided by the Ministry of Health to non-nationals holding health cards.
After all these matters came up, the GoM (Group of Ministers) decided to go for the curative petition on this.
New proprietary Duracure curative boosts performance through better phase segregation than conventional hot-casting curatives like MOCA and butanediol (BDO).
However, it has been observed that the outcome varies after curative resection, along with postoperative serum CEA levels; some patients continue to have high postoperative serum CEA levels while postoperative CEA levels return to normal in others.
have jointly developed a multistage-collision type microreactor which can effectively produce intermediates of curative medicines.
patients who are diagnosed with hepatocellular carcinoma receive potentially curative therapy, Hashem B.
patients diagnosed with hepatocellular carcinoma receive potentially curative therapy, Hashem B.
9) Moreover, because the goal of KS treatment is palliative and not curative, optimization of the antitumor and antiretroviral therapies is likely to provide for the best longer-term palliation and quality of life for affected persons.
Charles Worden, the man who invented the company's wound-care technology, and Dennis Hendren, the company's first chief executive officer, were sued by their previous employer, Curative Health Services Inc.