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survivorship

(sŭr-vī′vŏr-ship″)
1. The condition or state of being a survivor.
2. Living with cancer or long-term illness.
3. In law, the right of a person who survives a partner or joint owner to take over ownership of e.g., an insurance policy after the death of the other joint owner.
4. The likelihood or probability of surviving or living to a certain age.
5. The age one lives or survives to; longevity.
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But the President said he feared that the provisions granting the survivorship benefits might be "onerous to the government," citing two reasons.
There were data for survivorship and larval density for 311 (48.2%) experimental treatments with planktotrophic larvae.
Carevive released in October their V.2 Release of their groundbreaking software that features four key solutions for: Distress/Symptom Management, Treatment Planning, Survivorship Care Planning, and Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes (e-PRO).
The Golden Record Selection and Survivorship tool is applicable to all verticals--including medical, insurance, banking, and retail--all industries in which organizations are dealing with large volumes of customer data and a golden record is of critical importance, noted Walker.
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To date there is limited information regarding GU cancer survivorship care in Canada and worldwide.
Each year on National Cancer Survivors Day (held June 1 this year), CDC and its partners celebrate advances in cancer survivorship and reflect on the challenges facing approximately 13.4 million cancer survivors nationally.
The American College of Surgeons classifies survivorship as [greater than or equal to]5 years since the initial diagnosis of cancer.
BRUSSELS -- Cancer survivorship planning in the United Kingdom is ahead of the United States and the rest of Europe with the recent rollout of a model care plan for cancer patients, along with a guide for conversations between cancer-care health care providers and patients at the time they start long-term follow-up surveillance.
When exposed to copper-loaded hydrochar, reduced survivorship was noted in both species.
Every patient is different, so the best way to approach survivorship care is to give access to a programme that will empower them, with access to health professionals when they need it, and the information to help them cope.

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