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1. Law The right to sole ownership of an estate upon the death of any joint owners of the estate.
2. The condition of being a survivor.
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(sərˈvaɪ vərˌʃɪp)

1. the state of being a survivor.
2. the legal right of a person to property on the death of another having a joint interest.
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n. supervivencia; anualidad, renta o pensión anual.
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There are three phases of 'survivorship': the first stage is 'acute survivorship' that starts at diagnosis and goes through until the end of initial treatment; the second stage is 'extended survivorship' that starts at the end of initial treatment and continues through the months after; and the third stage is 'permanent survivorship', when years have passed since the cancer treatment ended and there is little chance of the cancer coming back, according to QCS.
President Rodrigo Duterte has vetoed a bill that would have extended survivorship benefits to the dependent children or parents of deceased retired officials of constitutional offices, Senate President Vicente Sotto III said on Saturday.
President Duterte has vetoed the bill seeking the grant of survivorship benefits to the children of officials of the Commission on Elections (Comelec), Commission on Audit (COA), Civil Service Commission (CSC) and Office of the Ombudsman, Senate President Vicente Sotto III bared Saturday.
Duterte vetoes new survivorship benefits bill !-- -- Cecille Suerte Felipe (The Philippine Star) - April 14, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines President Duterte has vetoed the bill which will grant benefits to surviving children of deceased retired officials of constitutional offices, Senate President Vicente Sotto III said yesterday.
The first goal of this review was to examine studies on the larval stages of gastropods and determine if there are patterns among species, major taxa, and development modes in terms of the effects of temperature and food availability on development time and survivorship. A second goal was to determine whether overall food concentration, independent of animal density, or per capita food ration had a greater impact on development time, in particular, time to metamorphosis as well as survivorship during the larval phase for species with planktotrophic larvae.
THE Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) has extended the deadline for its old age and survivorship pensioners to comply with the Annual Pensioners' Information Revalidation (Apir) requirement until July 31.
In recognition of this unwavering support, NorthShore announced that the LIFE program will now be referred to as the "Myra Rubenstein Weis LIFE Cancer Survivorship Program."
Keynote speaker, Australian nurse Donna Milne, will talk about her role setting up and working in nurse-led clinics in medical oncology units, and how they might work here; the nurse's role in managing patients on immunotherapy; and survivorship issues for patients with stage 4 melanoma.
Summary: In the UAE, the right of survivorship, where assets are passed on to the surviving joint owner, does not apply
Implementation of such models allows outpatient cancer practices to participate in new post-reform, value-based reimbursement programs such as the CMS Oncology Care Model, announced in July 2016, and Commission on Cancer accreditation requirements for survivorship care planning.
Over the period from 1900 through 1902, for example, the likelihood that the people born 100 years earlier would still be alive was very low: The survivorship rate was just 31 per 100,000 people born 100 years earlier.

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