Medical Definition of Long-term survival

1. Term used to describe the survival of leukaemia patients who have been disease free for prolonged periods of time, usually at least five years. The chance of disease returning (relapse) decreases with time. (13 Nov 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Long-term Survival

long-suffering
long-tail boat
long-tail boats
long-tailed
long-tailed pangolin
long-tailed porcupine
long-tailed tit
long-tailed weasel
long-term
long-term care
long-term memory
long-term nonprogressor
long-term potentiation
long-term productivity
long-term survival (current term)
long-terminal repeat
long-tongue
long-vowel mark
long-vowel marks
long-wearing
long-winded
long-windedly
long-windedness
long-wool
long-wooled
long abductor muscle of thumb
long absent, soon forgotten

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