medical prognosis


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Noun1.medical prognosis - a prediction of the course of a diseasemedical prognosis - a prediction of the course of a disease
medical diagnosis - identification of a disease from its symptoms
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Oncology Venture, the drug development subsidiary of MPI and Lantern Pharma, has received an ICIP grant of $800,000 for supporting the partnership of Medical Prognosis Institute A/S (MPI.
Requiem for the Living" contains the best of these essays, selected and reworked by the author, who continues to defy his medical prognosis.
The Indian family had been living in Manama for more than 14 years as tragedy struck when Navin was diagnosed with stage three cancer and the medical prognosis was that he had only three months to live.
Kehm stressed that any interaction with Schumacher is "on a very limited basis" and added that "a medical prognosis is not possible" due to the nature of his brain injury.
Clinical information and other documentation that support the medical prognosis must also be included in the medical record.
Additionally, UMass Medical attracts students like Asia and Ashley Matthew, twins who are determined to improve the medical prognosis for underserved residents of low-income communities in the M.
She was ill but fortunately the medical prognosis for her seems to be improving.
The medical prognosis at this point is bleak and this leads many metastatic cancer patients to feel hopeless and left out.
Growing up in Boston's predominantly Black Roxbury neighborhood, Asia and Ashley Matthew began to understand that they wanted to improve the medical prognosis for underserved residents of low-income communities.
In her determination to overcome her medical prognosis and lead a full life as well as battle for equality, Emily is a role model.

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