wonder drug


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wonder drug

won′der drug`


n.
a new drug that is noted for its striking curative effect.
[1935–40]
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HEALTH Minister Simon Harris last night said he was pleased by the announcement a cystic fibrosis wonder drug has received EU approval for young children.
Wonder drug hopes blow BREAST cancer patients' hopes of accessing a wonder drug were dashed for a third time yesterday.
With his P100, Que bought a bottle of the wonder drug Sulfathiazole, and sold it piece by piece using a pushcart on the streets of Sta.
Professor John Neoptolemos, of Liverpool University, helped discover a wonder drug combination that could add years to the lives of people suffering from pancreatic cancer in a research trial he led.
It is clear Abi is only getting this wonder drug because those responsible have been publicly shamed into it.
A GRANDAD battling Parkinson's Disease has finally been accepted for a wonder drug that could transform his life.
Ministers delaying kidney wonder drug decision Joanne Scott said: "They would rather pay PS10 million for Thatcher than a drug to help people.
She could benefit from anew wonder drug called"Kalydeco, but the treatment costs PS182,000 ayear - money the NHS saysit cannot afford.
She could benefit from new wonder drug Kalydeco but it is sickeningly expensive.
EXPERIMENT ELEVEN: DARK SECRETS BEHIND THE DISCOVERY OF A WONDER DRUG is the first book to provide an in-depth history of wonder drug Streptomycin, its disputed Nobel Prize, and the events that changed scientific and pharmaceutical history.
A NEW wonder drug for one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer could allow women to survive with the disease for months longer.
London, February 13 (ANI): A pharmacy in Estonia, which opened its doors in 1422, claims to have a wonder drug for those struggling with broken hearts.