noun as in rehab
Researchers also need to do good studies to figure out how well vaccines and therapeutics work and under what circumstances, Rimoin said.
Covid was the first disease mRNA therapeutics tackled, and given the success of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines at preventing severe cases of the virus, it won’t be the last.
The dream of mRNA therapeutics has been alive since the 90s.
She was accepted into a master’s in medical cannabis science and therapeutics program at the University of Maryland at Baltimore, the first graduate program of its kind in the country.
If we believe that health care, or certainly access to Covid-19 therapeutics, is a right, then we have to change the way we go about developing those things.
The problem is, “Yoga therapeutics has become very cookie cutter,” says Cruikshank.
With new lines of therapeutics, patients are living longer than ever before.
And isnt it time, too, that we cease taking our pharmacology and therapeutics from proprietary manufacturers?
Most of the serious errors in therapeutics have had their origin in this very method.
He was as wise with regard to medical ethics as therapeutics.
Just as in the practice of medicine an accurate diagnosis is an indispensable prerequisite to correct therapeutics, so also here.
The therapeutics of any generation has always been quite absurd to the second succeeding generation.
On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to therapeutics, such as: regimen, rehabilitation, therapy, analysis, care, and cure.
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