I am in partial remission," said the mother-of-three who is training for the 11-day Jewels of Antarctica Expedition, starting in December this year.
What does PR stand for?
PR stands for Partial Remission (oncology)
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We have 88 other meanings of PR in our Acronym Attic
- Parental Responsibility (Children Act 1989; UK)
- Park Ridge
- Parks and Recreation
- Parma, Emilia (Italian province)
- Part Request
- Parti Républicaine (French: Republican Party)
- Parti Republikan (Republican Party; political party, Albania)
- Partial (METAR descriptor)
- Partial Reconfiguration
Samples in periodicals archive:
This study found that 70 percent of patients in the 420-mg group had either a complete or partial remission to treatment after 10 months of follow-up.
For the ASSERT, GO-RAISE, and combined data, the area under the ROC curve for 50% improvement in BASDAI score (BASDAI50) at 12 weeks was 82%, 75%, and 77%, respectively, and for Assessment in AS (ASAS) partial remission at 24 weeks was 80%, 77%, and 78%, according to Dr.
A nodular partial remission has the same definition as for CR but with persistent nodules in the bone marrow.
They talk about partial remissions and full remissions, and all I could think about was that remissions had to do with leukemia.
For example, only 9% of study participants were in full remission and 21% were in partial remission during the first year.
3mg/m2 and docetaxel 40 mg/m2: -- Of 25 evaluable patients, six patients (24 percent) achieved a confirmed PSA decline of more than 50 percent of which four patients achieved a confirmed PSA decline of at least 90 percent; and -- 100 percent of the 13 patients with measurable disease achieved either partial remission or stable disease, specifically three achieved partial remission.
After 7 grueling rounds of chemotherapy, I achieved partial remission of my NHL, but it soon started recurring, mostly around my lower limbs.