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6 Possible Side Effects Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Possible Side Effects Sayings By Mary Doria Russell: it seemed entirely possible to him that religion and literature and art and music were it seemed entirely possible to him that religion and literature and art and music were all merely side effects of a brain structure that comes into the world ready to make language out of noise, sense out of chaos. Our capacity for imposing meaning, he thought, is programmed to unfold the way a butterfly's wings unfold when it escapes the chrysalis, ready to fly. We are biologically driven to create meaning. And if that's so, he asked himself, is the miracle diminished? It — Mary Doria Russell
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Possible Side Effects Sayings By Augusten Burroughs: I've just finished my next collection, Possible Side Effects, and I'm now working on a I've just finished my next collection, Possible Side Effects, and I'm now working on a collection of holiday stories as well as a memoir about my relationship with my father. — Augusten Burroughs
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Possible Side Effects Sayings By John Green: Cancer kids are essentially side effects of the relentless mutation that made the diversity of Cancer kids are essentially side effects of the relentless mutation that made the diversity of life on earth possible. t — John Green
Possible Side Effects Sayings By John Green: Throughout the book, she refers to herself as "the side effect," which is just totally Throughout the book, she refers to herself as "the side effect," which is just totally correct. Cancer kids are essentially side effects of the relentless mutation that made the diversity of life on earth possible. — John Green
Possible Side Effects Sayings By Charles Krauthammer: Consider the oddity of those drug commercials on television. Fifteen seconds of the purported therapeutic Consider the oddity of those drug commercials on television. Fifteen seconds of the purported therapeutic effort, followed by about 45 seconds of a rapidly muttered list of horrific possible side effects. When the ad is over, I can't remember a thing about what the pill is supposed to do, except perhaps cause nausea, liver damage, projectile vomiting, a nasty rash, a four-hour erection, and sudden death. Sudden death is my favorite because there is something comical about it being a side effect. What exactly is the main effect in that case? Relief from abdominal bloating? — Charles Krauthammer
Possible Side Effects Sayings By Peter Adamson: Adamson feels that drug developers are unreasonably concerned about rare events. The reality is children Adamson feels that drug developers are unreasonably concerned about rare events. The reality is children tolerate phase I therapy new agents being tested to find the best dosage and possible side-effects as well as or better than adults, ... Once the initial studies are done that is, phase I trials in adults study should begin in children. — Peter Adamson