prospective medicine

prospective medicine

[-spek′tiv]
Etymology: L, proscipere, to look forward, medicina, art of healing
the early identification of pathological or potentially pathological processes and the prescription of intervention to stop them.
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The two-week program provided me with a fantastic and unique opportunity that every prospective medicine student would wish to have.
Nagendra Kumar's clinic, a one- storey building resembling in part a chemist shop, though a notice on the wall clearly discourages prospective medicine buyers.
The average age of a prospective Medicine Shoppe franchisee, Slagle notes, is between 35 and 45.
You will accept responsibility for health promotion and prospective medicine for health plan members assigned to your organization and influence their demand for health care services with an extended Intranet, running on a Web server they can access over regular telephone lines and unique identification numbers and passwords.
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