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noun A popular term for a psychiatrist, short for ‘headshrinker’
verb To become reduced in size
shrink Vox populi noun A psychiatrist
Patient discussion about shrink
Q. After Taxol/Carbo, then Alimta, treatments stopped because tumors no longer shrinking. Anything else to try? I was diagnosed with Stage 3 lung cancer about 6 months ago. Because of the weakness
of my lungs due to advanced COPD, the Oncologist ruled out surgery & radiation so
Chemo was the only alternative. I am now under Hospice care.
A. this is a question that the oncologist should answer...there are a lot of chemo treatments out there- but not always firring to the type of lung caner. but i'm sure he would suggest them...More discussions about shrink
look- there's some treatments in clinical trials. check them out maybe there'll be something for you. look under the topic "research":
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However, if the part has shrunk
too tightly onto the core, a number of potential part-removal problems can loom, says Allen.
Additionally, Cryovac Xenith shrink film can be shrunk
time and again.
That number has since shrunk
to about 40--a result of acquisitions and product dropouts caused by the intense competition and vendors' inability to keep up with technological advances.
Research conducted at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has found that poorly capitalized institutions have shrunk
more than their better capitalized competitors.
Satellite measurements reveal that over the last 15 years, the extent of polar sea ice has shrunk
by 6 percent.
The sleeve is then slipped onto the container and then shrunk
in the heat tunnel.
If you plan to use paints, wait until after design has shrunk