Curing [adjective]

Definition of Curing:

helping cure

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Sentence/Example of Curing:

Despite predictions from the FDA that any coronavirus vaccine would be no more than 50% effective, Pfizer is pushing its new findings as the leading data in the race to find a cure.

Doctors are attempting to become online influencers in order to correct bogus advice and false claims of miracle cures—taking time away from delivering care or developing treatments.

However, Nevada also has reportedly had as many as 3,600 mail-in ballots waiting for a “signature cure” — having a voter verify their signature in cases where it’s missing or doesn’t match official records — as of Tuesday morning.

“I don’t think there’s a way to get rid of it where the cure is not worse than the disease,” he says.

Legislation to reform the high court, a product of changed chemistry in the Congress, could be a lasting cure.

There is to date no cure or vaccine for the common cold since there is such a variety of strains.

One such scientist found a bacteria in the Bahamas that could prove to be a promising cure for brain cancer.

Today, there’s still no cure or vaccine for the coronavirus, and infection numbers are on the rise.

Dexamethasone, a commonly available steroid, has been shown to lessen some symptoms of the virus, but it’s not a cure-all for covid-19.

In 2020, the supercomputer had been put to work researching a cure for the coronavirus.