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de·bil·i·tat·ing

(dĕ-bil'i-tāt'ing),
Denoting or characteristic of a morbid process that causes weakness.

de·bil·i·tat·ing

(dĕ-bil'i-tāt-ing)
Denoting or characteristic of a morbid process that causes weakness.

Debilitating

Weakening, or reducing the strength of.
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de·bil·i·tat·ing

(dĕ-bil'i-tāt-ing)
Denoting or characteristic of a morbid process that causes weakness.
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The government is all set to expand PMNHP all over the country till 2022 so as to provide social health protection against most of chronic and debilitating diseases / health conditions to all families living below the poverty line of US$ 2 per day.
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The bill seeks to require qualified medical patients with debilitating medical conditions to be certified by their physicians and be issued identification cards by the DOH.
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In patients with MG, uncontrolled complement activation due to antibodies directed at the neuromuscular junction can ultimately lead to profound and debilitating weakness of various muscle groups throughout the body, added the company.
A JUDGE has condemned a Home Office decision to refuse to give an Afghan with "serious and debilitating mental disability" indefinite leave to remain in the UK for medical treatment.
"Debilitating burdens distract them from teaching and learning.
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London, Mar 29 ( ANI ): Jon Hamm has revealed that he struggles with the amount of herbal cigarette he is made to smoke for his ole in 'Mad Men', calling it "a debilitating endeavour".
Summary: Patients with a rare and debilitating blood disorder should be treated with a special drug, according to health experts.