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An abbreviation for a number of clinical trials:
Heart Outcomes Prevention Evaluation
Hospital Outcomes Project for the Elderly
Hypertensive Old People in Edinburgh study
Use of the HEPACOAT™ Bx Velocity Stent and an Antithrombotic Regimen of Aspirin Alone

HOPE

Cardiology A randomized, multicenter, multinational trial–Heart Outcomes Prevention Evaluation–which found that ramipril/Altace®, an ACE inhibitor, in ↓ mortality in Pts with heart failure. See Calgary-HOPE.

hope

The expectation that something desired will occur. One of the bases of professional health care is encouraging and supporting the presence of hope while providing accurate information and realistic reassurance.

Patient discussion about HOPE

Q. my wife is pregnant !!! i am so excited ! this is the first time out of many i hope !!! but i have concerns that i would like to share with the community here ... i am afraid of being a bad father , i am afraid i won't know how to be a father ... where do u start ... how do i support my wife after the though experince ... how do i take care of the child ... a lot of things a re running through my mind with no answer ,can any one help me to calm down ????

A. you won't be a perfect father but you'll try to be. that's what's important. thousands of years of evolution gave you the basics. you'll be fine :)
congratulations!!

Q. Hey Guys !! how are you all? i hope you feel fine because weekend is coming !!!! you all out there have a splendid time and the most important thing is to be healthy ! so take care and have a great weekend ! love you all !!!

A. thanks macboy. I hope you have a great weekend as well.

Q. Hello Community ! great weekend head of us , i hope everyone is feeling great and they are healthy and let us all have a great weekend , and a safe weekend ! Take Care !

A. thanks you too. take care and be safe.

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As a means to battle that "false hope," Joe Magnet, counsel for CAP, said a declaration that made it clear that the Crown and Metis were in a fiduciary relationship would be necessary as would a declaration that the Crown needed to consult and negotiate with the Metis.
Bookmakers are a spiritual narcotic that breeds false hope.
The claim came from Liverpool Hope University's vice dean of education, David Cumberland, who said the scramble for university places was exacerbated due to a growing number of students being given "false hope" and losing out on conditional offers after falling short of predicted results.
We've not given up, but it would be wrong for me to give false hope.
I respect Mathew and his work greatly, but I have to wonder if this last sentiment is hope, or false hope.
But Shadow trade and industry secretary Alan Duncan accused Mr Brown and Mr Darling of giving false hope to the Vauxhall workers by travelling to the factory for a "photo opportunity".
However much we hope for a fundamental repudiation of governments who have undermined what vestiges of democracy exist through basic deceit, we should be tempted neither by false hope or despair in the result to come this week and next month.
It is a cosmetic exercise that only stigmatises many young people and gives false hope to neighbourhoods blighted by bad behaviour.
"But when patience prevents us from running from the painful moment in the false hope of finding our treasure elsewhere, we can slowly begin to see that the fullness of time is already here and that salvation is already taking place." (Quoted in Eternal Seasons: A Liturgical Journey with Henri J.M.
Education is shown here as a false hope but also as a means of discipline through which certain kinds of subjectivity are created.
Your offer gave him false hope and may have caused him to miss a real offer.