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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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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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Curatives for high-performance, heat-cured PUR elastomers include Conacure AH-33 MBOCA polyol curative with an equivalent weight of 280 that functions as a liquid MCOCA alternative; Conacure AH-40 non-MBOCA liquid aromatic diamine curing agent with equivalent weight of 133.
When participants were staged using a combination of the two imaging modalities, 39 were determined to be candidates for curative surgery "Use of conventional imaging and PET for preoperative staging increases the rate of curative-intent resections.
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There is still a dire unmet medical need for curative options that has unfortunately not been changed by recently approved therapies," stated Dr.
When Governor and President also rejected the mercy plea and curative petition is also dismissed doesn't the matter ends there?
February 2 Low molecular weight heparin for curative purposes 2 inj / Day