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ameliorated

Referring to lessened signs or symptoms of a disease.
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Adoption of the Institute's recommendations will ameliorate substantial compliance burdens without doing violence to the congressional intent underlying the PFIC provisions.
Companies and academic laboratories are rushing to design antisense drugs that may help slow the growth of cancer, ameliorate inflammation, and even slow the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
We conclude that acyclovir, as used in this study, does not ameliorate the chronic fatigue syndrome.
To date, the company has implemented programs to reduce procurement costs, to lower labor costs through its previously announced reduction in force and through other initiatives, and to ameliorate increases in freight costs through increasing load density.
ParinGenix is developing PGX-100 to ameliorate cardiac ischemia-reperfusion injury following myocardial infarction, including both ST-elevated and non-Q-wave myocardial infarctions.
may ameliorate some of the risks of SCA," he speculates.
This study will test the ability of Senesco's proprietary inhibitor of eukaryotic initiation factor 5A to ameliorate the deleterious affects to organs arising from the overproduction of inflammatory cytokines.
for drugs to ameliorate cognitive deficits like those associated with Alzheimer's disease, such as memory loss.
During this period, the growth of international business and continued growth in the consumer business will ameliorate the overall slump in revenue growth.
By combining these approaches, we intend to get further insights into the role of NKG2D in the regulation of autoimmune diseases and to identify strategies to possibly ameliorate tissue damage and dampen inflammation.
It's a benign, dry skin condition that's said to affect 40 per cent of the population, but this summer I decided to wage war on the rough bumps blighting my legs with Ameliorate.
Summary: The United States is very encouraged by the reforms undertaken by Morocco to ameliorate its business climate, US Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs Jose Fernandez said on Monday.