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synonyms for incurable

  • deadly
  • fatal
  • hopeless
  • inoperable
  • impossible
  • terminal
  • cureless
  • immedicable
  • irrecoverable
  • irremediable
  • irreparable
  • nowhere to go
  • out of time
  • remediless
  • serious
  • uncorrectable
  • unrecoverable
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antonyms for incurable

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  • healthful
  • wholesome
  • curable
  • healable
  • medicable
  • operable
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How to use incurable in a sentence

He also sees the potential for CRISPR to address other incurable human diseases, like Huntington’s and Alzheimer’s, that may have genetic components.
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While most genetic disorders are incurable, doctors do their best to manage them.
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Cracking their code could be critical to understand our biological ecosystem, but even more tantalizingly, phages may be the answer to a host of currently incurable diseases.
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When I was diagnosed with an incurable form of NHL in January 2002, my only treatment option at the time was chemotherapy.
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They spoke like this because they are accustomed to abandon altogether those whom they have once judged incurable.
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That struck the people in wrath with an incurable wound, that brought nations under in fury, that persecuted in a cruel manner.
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This accident led his parents to reflect upon the childs incurable tendency and consider the question of his musical education.
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Even Bishop Ken said of him that he showed zeal to make the schism incurable.
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Stricken by an incurable anaemia, he would remain for weeks without leaving his house, without doing any work.
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If not treated until the patient is so ill as to be unable to earn wages, the case is invariably incurable.
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