But it remains a curable illness, and one that does not require course after course of antibiotics.
Gangrene is not curable by current medical intervention once past a certain point in its progression, except by amputation.
Homosexuality must be curable, it argues, since the Torah would not forbid something which is impossible to avoid.
Diabesity is nearly 100 percent preventable, treatable, and very often curable.
How curable it is—caught soon enough—and how deadly it is if ignored.
It is often asked what fevers are curable by the Hydropathic processes.
My system cures all that is curable when intelligently applied.
I spent the long, lazy summer days in dreaming of her, and wishing that bashfulness were a curable disease.
"You seem to think that some diseases are curable by faith and some not, Dr. Beswick," she said.
The smoke plague is exactly as curable as the small-pox plague.
curable cur·a·ble (kyur'ə-bəl)
Capable of being cured or healed.