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cur·a·tive

(kyūr'ă-tiv),
1. That which heals or cures.
2. Tending to heal or cure.

curative

/cur·a·tive/ (kūr´ah-tiv) tending to overcome disease and promote recovery.

curative

(kyo͝or′ə-tĭv)
adj.
1. Serving or tending to cure.
2. Of or relating to the cure of disease.
n.
Something that cures; a remedy.

cu′ra·tive·ly adv.
cu′ra·tive·ness n.

curative

adjective Relating to that which promotes recovery

cur·a·tive

(kyūr'ă-tiv)
1. That which heals or cures.
2. Tending to heal or cure.

cur·a·tive

(kyūr'ă-tiv)
1. That which heals or cures.
2. Tending to heal or cure.
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About Curative Founded in 2008, Curative has its manufacturing base in Suzhou, China, offices in Beijing, Germany and the United States, and a distributor network throughout China and in other select markets.
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The study found that age and ethnicity affected which patients received potentially curative therapy.
Thus, there was no evidence that transiently withholding HAART during the period of lymphoma treatment with curative intent compromised HIV disease status of long-term HIV control.
In group therapy, cohesion is curative and allows the therapist to work with the participants to achieve growth.
We are very happy to join with ResMed to help even more people who suffer from sleep-disordered breathing or chronic respiratory diseases," said Jason Sun, chairman and CEO of Curative.
This expansion will allow Albemarle to meet the needs of our customers by continuing to provide high quality products and customer service and will strengthen our position as a leading supplier in the curatives industry.
If the traditional method with curative allocations is used, the result is the same as in Table 1.
30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Albemarle Corporation(NYSE: ALB) announced today that it has greatly reduced the odor of its ETHACURE 300 liquid aromatic diamine curative used in both hot and room-temperature polyurethane cast elastomers and sealants.
I look forward to applying my experience guiding companies within this industry toward the continued growth of Curative Health Services," commented Mr.
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Curative pioneered its innovative approach to treating chronic nonhealing wounds that resist conventional treatment methods in 1988 with outpatient Wound Care Centers, and evolved--using advanced therapeutic technologies and best-in-class, proven clinical protocols--into a Wound Care Management Program.