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Hormone-blocking drugs can now cut the chance of recurrence.
We worry about the effectiveness and tolerability of treatment and about symptom recurrence.
Taku SEKINE ended his life, swept away by a serious depression following his public questioning - on social networks and on a specialized site - with a recurrence akin to real relentlessness.
In other diseases, like diphtheria and pneumonia, they are soon lost,—hence the recurrence of such diseases.
My weary shoulders fairly ache as we pass through the constant, or tri-yearly, recurrence of the same experience.
The monotony, the incessant recurrence, had a disastrous effect on her nerves, suggesting wild and desperate impulses.
The 'periodic recurrence of intervals' here spoken of may be illustrated on the key-board of a piano.
We had things to eat I had never dreamed of, and may I be spared a recurrence of them in my future dreams!
There was a recurrence of the changing lights and the voices receded.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
I have striven against its recurrence earnestly, though not always successfully.

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