medico-, medic-, medi-, med-
(Latin: heal, cure, remedy; physician, doctor; practice of medicine, give medicine to)
Regenerative medicine also involves the process of creating living and functional tissues or organ functions that have been lost as a result of age, disease, damage, or congenital defects.
Little Jennifer was stung with some nettles, but it was remediable because she used some calamine lotion to relieve the symptoms.
2. Something; such as, medicine or therapy, that relieves pain, cures a disease, or corrects a physical disorder.
3. Something that corrects an evil, a fault, or an error.
4. In law, a legal order preventing or redressing a wrong or enforcing a right.
5. Etymology: from Anglo-French remedie, Old French remede; from Latin remedium, "a cure, a remedy, a medicine"; from re-, "again" + mederi, "to heal".
Another version is, "Time is a great healer." This expression comes from Ovid's Remedia Amoris.