A third of 1,000 adults said cost put them off treatment.
What does OT stand for?
OT stands for Off Treatment (cancer)
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We have 40 other meanings of OT in our Acronym Attic
- Oberer Totpunkt (German: Top Dead Center)
- Object Technology
- Observer Trainer (military exercises)
- Observing Tool
- Obstructing Traffic (traffic law)
- Occupational Therapist
- Occupational Therapy
- Occupied Territory
- Off Topic (newsgroups, message boards, etc.)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The median time off treatment was shorter for dutasteride-treated patients (19.
It's putting off treatment that can lead to chronic conditions and have a big effect on mental health and well-being.
The percentages putting off treatment for both serious and nonserious conditions have nearly doubled since 2001, Gallup said.
Some of the great offers available include: 15% off at Waddon's Caerphilly, buy one get one free jewellery-making classes at Dippy Hippy in Bargoed, PS20 off any PS99 glasses at Specsavers in Blackwood and 20% off treatments at the Beauty Retreat, Risca.
The scheme gives employees the opportunity to receive unique deals and incentives including a sk:n MOT and 20 per cent off treatments and products each time they visit their local clinic.
During the first year off treatment, the average adjusted symptom score (the study's primary end point) was 29% below the placebo level among 136 patients who both took the pill starting 2 months before the start of their allergy season and remained in the study.
The Manhattan Retreat package is offering accommodation, 30 percent off treatments at The Peninsula Spa, daily breakfast for two, USD50 hotel credit, and a late checkout.