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|These results show that prevention cannot be assumed to be a better choice than |
cure in every case. Individual measures must be evaluated on their merits. To
date few studies have been done that attempt direct comparisons between ...
|Thomas Guthrie. the right direction ; and I am sure you will confer a real blessing |
on your country. Excuse the imperfections of this hurried letter. I am, Dear Sin,
Yours very faithfully, JOHN GRAHAM. The Rev. Thomas Guthrie.
|This 'prevention is better than cure' approach to food hygiene is a shift from the |
traditional practice of making investigations after a complaint or problem has
occurred and trying to ensure it does not happen again to the practice of
|Instead of an injunction, a plaintiff may be required to accept a monetary remedy |
called "damages in lieu" of an injunction, but only if the damage likely to ... The
idea underlying the remedy of an injunction is that "prevention is better than cure"
|6.2 ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT |
6.2.1 Prevention is better than cure Implicit in this principle is a recognition of the
role of a precautionary approach to development. This principle advocates that ...
|In our pursuit of this security without our discretion we develop a new meaning to |
the catchphrase: “Prevention is better than cure”. In everything we do, we desire
security through prevention. Attack your enemy before he attacks you. Break up ...
|Prevention is better than cure. Even a temporary separation should be the last |
resource, and every possible effort made to avoid such a tragedy. Marriage itself
is not to be entered into lightly and hurriedly, but once the knot is tied, each party
|It was best presented perhaps by the distinguished doctor who wrote the article |
on these matters in that composite book which ... The same can be expressed
with even more point and simplicity in the proverb that prevention is better than
|Chapter 2 Preventing is Better than Curing Functioning Preventing, we often say, |
is better than curing. Prevention in the field of health has a very ancient history,
as Cosmacini reminds us (1994). And the scientific discoveries of the nineteenth