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incurable

1. (esp of a disease) not curable; unresponsive to treatment
2. a person having an incurable disease
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A BABY girl has dodged inheriting an incurable condition that's ravaged her family thanks to a pioneering screening technique.
Summary: The Health Ministry Thursday introduced a plan to ensure patients suffering from incurable diseases receive medication.
adults said doctors should do everything possible for a patient, even in the face of incurable illness and pain.
Halifax-born Nina Morton-BROOK, 52 - who attended Brighouse Girls' Grammar School - was told her cancer was incurable in September 2012.
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A MERSEYSIDE hospital has become a national centre for a rare and incurable disease that can leave patients in agony.
COUPLES with hereditary or incurable diseases could soon be forced to get a court permission before getting married.
Long-cherished promise that patients with incurable diseases may have access to rigorously regulated therapies
BOB Arbuckle, of Lanchester, County Durham, suffers from an incurable rare eye condition and lost most of his sight two years ago.
When I have a patient with an incurable illness, I always continue to offer her regular mammograms.
When I have a female patient with an incurable illness, I always continue to offer her regular mammograms.