Increased male enrollment in clinical trials might redress another issue, too: awareness.
So, what kind of redress might work best for this specific expression of Sunni marginalization and dispossession?
The office should not be able to treat a matter of such importance with such negligence without any redress.
It can terminate the case altogether, and there is no way to get redress.
Parents of children with disabilities should not face a unique burden to redress their wrongs.
The great majority thought that redress of grievances could be obtained without severance from Great Britain.
If the Government could not or would not interfere, there was no redress.
How false, how artificial is that system where there is no redress for encroachments of this kind!
It remained to be seen whether he could be disfranchised by law and yet have no redress.
But they who were appointed to redress grievances were themselves accused of being guilty of them.
mid-14c., "to correct, reform;" late 14c., "restore, put right" (a wrong, error, offense); "repair; relieve; improve; amend," from Old French redrecier "reform, restore, rebuild" (Modern French redresser), from re- "again" (see re-) + drecier "to straighten, arrange" (see dress (v.)). Formerly used in many more senses than currently. Related: Redressed; redressing.