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Things palliative often describes (“palliative ________”)
care, treatment, measures, therapy, medicine, surgery, measure, procedure, services, procedures, radiotherapy, resection, operation, effect, team, operations, patients, chemotherapy, unit, approach, management, treatments, setting, irradiation, nursing, effects, relief, radiation, teams, service, programs, remedies, units, benefit, program, intent, interventions, sedation, remedy, purposes, resections, cure, means, therapies, options, nurses, nurse, specialists, settings, bypass, needs, intervention, intubation, shunt, strategies, drugs, approaches, shunts, med, diversion, professionals, specialist, benefits, physician, coping, medication, agent, patient, physicians, embolization, colostomy, gastrectomy, decompression, drainage, practitioners, doses, nephrectomy

Descriptive words:
only, temporary, best, mere, excellent, social, effective, immediate, term, political, expectant, feeble, finest, local, efficient, short, single, ungraceful, valuable, rational, considerable, universal, occasional, favorite, simple, powerful, psychological, possible, mild, expensive, charitable, merest, acrid, futile, poor, melancholy, halfhearted, insufficient, true, shortterm, chief

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