Examples of remission in a Sentence
The patient is in remission.
a temporary remission of symptoms
He was given remission for good behavior.
Recent Examples of remission from the Web
And in April of this year, Doherty shared the news that her cancer was in remission.
Vitti believes that endometriosis, adenomyosis, PCOS, and a host of other conditions can be dieted into remission by eating specific healthful foods—while also cutting out foods that create a hormone imbalance.
After four weeks of treatment, the forest group saw a 61 percent remission rate—much higher than those at the hospital (21 percent) or in the control group (5 percent).
But for the scale used in the study, a score of less than 2.6 indicates remission, while a score greater than 5.1 indicates active disease.
Dr. Carl June of the University of Pennsylvania demonstrated this breakthrough therapy several years ago, producing some dramatic remissions in near-fatal blood cancers.
During last month’s Dean & DeLuca Invitational in Fort Worth, Palmer said his wife is on track to have her final treatment in August because the disease appears to be in remission.
After the trial period, the researchers found that over 30 percent of the patients had gone into remission with their depression.
Strong chemo and radiation put the tumor in remission, but life-threatening cases of swine flu and pneumonia caused his body to reject his lungs, leading to a second transplant.
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First Known Use of remission
REMISSION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of remission for English Language Learners
: a period of time during a serious illness when the patient's health improves
: the act of reducing or canceling the amount of money that you owe
: the reduction of a prison sentence
REMISSION Defined for Kids
Definition of remission for Students
: a period of time during a serious illness when there are few or no symptoms
Legal Definition of remission
: the act or process of remitting
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