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panacea

 [pan″ah-se´ah]
a remedy for all diseases.

pan·a·ce·a

(pan'ă-sē'ă),
A cure-all; a remedy claimed to be curative of all diseases.
[G. panakeia, universal remedy, fr. Panacea, Aesculapius' daughter]

panacea

(păn′ə-sē′ə)
n.
A remedy for all diseases, evils, or difficulties; a cure-all.

pan′a·ce′an adj.

pan·a·ce·a

(pan'ă-sē'ă)
A cure-all; a remedy claimed to be curative of all diseases.

panacea

A mythical universal remedy or cure-all. See also QUACKERY.

Panacea,

in Greek mythology, one of the daughters of Aesculapius.
panacea - a remedy for all diseases.

pan·a·ce·a

(pan'ă-sē'ă)
A cure-all; remedy claimed to be curative of all diseases.
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