Diffuse gliomas

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  • The concept of paying interest on a loan appears to be widely understood; indeed in Hungary 95% of respondents gave a correct response. The question requires the simplest possible arithmetic, but records an open ended response to minimise the possibility that people guess the correct answer. People found it harder to calculate a percentage than to undertake a division. Between 40% (Albania, Peru) and 76% (Ireland) of respondents gave a correct response to the first saving related question requiring them to calculate 2% interest and add it to the principle (Table 12, Annex). The...

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  • First we look up on the economic dependency as a component of economic deprivation. The dependency status of a person identified as an indicator of freedom and autonomy of an individual that reflects on the ability to transform his capability to the wellbeing (Sen 1992). The studies of the wellbeing of the elderly gives that there is high degree of dependency in the old age for both economic and Physical (Omran 1982, World Bank 1994). In the developed world, it is protected by the intuitional and social care that one way curtails the incidence of the dependency (Heslop, A. and...

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  • A frank discussion alone with the patient before the examination provides op- portunity to discuss any sexual symptoms or concerns without another person present. Common reasons for fearing or avoiding pelvic examinations include embarrassment, lack of information, cultural or language barriers, pain with previous examinations, or post-traumatic stress related to sexual abuse. Each of these circumstances requires additional sensitivity and efforts to minimize emotional or physical discomfort. Often, given an opportunity, patients can articulate ways to decrease personal discomfort.

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  • Economic and government “uncertainty” continues to mar recovery efforts. These areas of uncertainty trigger anxiety among consumers, investors, and business owners alike. The degree to which “uncertainty” negatively impacts the small-business economy generates much de- bate, prompting the addition of two new problems, “Uncertainty over Economic Conditions” and “Uncertainty over Government Actions.” “Uncertainty over Economic Conditions” is one of the six new problems added to the survey this year.

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  • It is the responsibility of State and Federal regulatory agencies to uphold the supply of wholesome, quality food for the consumer. Without guidelines and regulations, the safety and quality of milk as we know it may not exist. The goal of Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA), Food Safety Program is to obtain voluntary compliance in a manner that is mutually beneficial for the milk industry as well as the consumer.

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  • First, clinicians have not been able to grasp the true conditions under which neuroprotection is possible. Clinicians (or maybe the drug industry?) have been blinded by the illusion that a simple cure to all ischemic strokes was at hand, and they simply treated all patients with stroke, irrespective, for example, of age, infarct size and comorbidity. Sometimes the neuroprotective treatment was administered one day after stroke onset, an obvious nonsense that was not justified by animal data.

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  • The most obvious countermeasures against this are means of physically protecting human lives and livelihoods – e.g. shelters or dikes. In some rural areas of the developing world prone to natural disasters, these have contributed to a dramatic reduction of the loss of lives in cases of catastrophes in recent years (Bangladesh is a case in point). Moreover, low-cost initiatives which provide some element of “proofing” against natural disasters can lessen the impact of such events on the poor.

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  • Fundamental Indexation has also been effective in back-tested results both in Europe and Asia. Return statistics from 1987 through 2005 suggest that fundamentally- weighted indexes have outperformed capitalization-weighted indexes in Greece, Ireland, France, Switzerland, Germany and Denmark by over 200 basis points per annum. In Japan the out performance has been greater than 300 basis points a year. In emerging markets, the technique has shown even greater excess returns over capitalization- weighted indexes.

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  • Think carefully before spending time and money on media campaigns. They can be a seductive waste of resources, unless they are very well focused. Be sure to choose media that are preferred by the group you are targeting. (For example, African Americans are more likely to say that they get their health information from television and radio shows than whites.) Here’s where a board member or advisor with significant public relations experience, working hand in glove with your community advisory board, can be very helpful.

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  • The crisis has highlighted the need to improve risk management strategies at both the system-wide and institutional levels in the financial services industry. It has demonstrated that efforts limited to specific institutions or jurisdictions are insufficient to address a problem that is global in scope. New thinking is required to rebuild a damaged financial system.

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  • When inhaled, carbon monoxide reacts very rapidly with hemoglobin in the blood, preventing uptake and transport of oxygen. Because carbon monoxide readily and firmly attaches to hemoglobin, it stays in the blood for a relatively long time. Thus, during an exposure carbon monoxide concentrations in blood can rise in a matter of minutes, then stay high for hours.

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  • The vast majority of U.S. residential consumers face a monopoly or duopoly in broadband Internet access. Until now, the Internet has been characterized by a regime of “net neutrality,” which means there has been no discrimination between the price of transmitting packets based on the identity of either the transmitter or the identity of the receiver, based on the application, or the type of content the packet contains.

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  • Rubber was imported into the European market in crude bottles nearly four centuries after the discovery of America by Columbus. This raw material was used for manufacturing crude footwear, waterproof raincoat and other coverings. The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were a period of incubation in the history of rubber. Europeans considered rubber a curiosity and found no particular use for it. By the end of the eighteenth century four species of rubber-bearing plants had been identified and described (Hevea, H. brasiliensis and H. guianensis; one species of Castilla, C.

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  • One of the outcomes quoted companies aim for from their investor relations activities is to attract liquidity – frequency of trading in their shares. Profiling and explaining the company to the investment community on a continual basis can assist in creating greater awareness of a company Depending on the availability of shares, this can then assist a company in attracting pools of buyers and sellers and the potential for higher frequency in the trading of its shares.

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  • In light of this, the health promotion programme for schools calls for changing many old habits concerning school management, teaching methods, evaluation of students, teachers and schools, approach to students and their parents, and adopts others that are more in keeping with the holistic concept of health promotion. With respect to the current situation in the Czech educational system, the change of an ordinary school into a health-promoting one, will have to be a principal and systemic change.

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  • This system generated mistrust and disrespect between the S&L examiners, who were federal employees, and the supervisory agents, who were employees of the privately owned regional Banks. Supervisory agents and PSAs were compensated at levels far above those of the FHLBB staff, and while examiners suspected the supervisors of being overpaid in- dustry friends, supervisory agents and PSAs viewed the Bank Board examiners as “low paid, heavy drinking specialists in trivial details.

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  • None of the poorest regions of the developing world is currently on track to meet the child mortality target. For maternal mortality, evidence indicates that declines have been limited to countries with lower levels of mortality; countries with high maternal mortality are experiencing stagnation or even reversals. Data on coverage of some health interventions are more hopeful.

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  • Co-development of drugs and companion diagnostics might need timely and coordinated approval decisions from different bodies to meet the requirements of joint clinical trial schemes and eventually the approval of both the drug and its associated test. In addition, the path to get a stratified indication approved is not always clear. In this respect, the status of retrospective analysis deserves clarification. Besides, the concept of qualification is evolutionary and clear guidelines are missing.

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  • Examples of duct dependent circulations include critical coarctation of the aorta (duct dependent systemic circulation) or pulmonary atresia (duct dependent pulmonary circulation). In critical coarctation there is extreme narrowing of the aorta just where the arterial duct joins the aorta, and blood supply to the lower half of the body is only possible if it passes from the pulmonary artery to the descending aorta via the duct. In pulmonary atresia, the only blood supply to the lungs is that which passes from the aorta to the pulmonary artery via the duct.

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