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Strategies for Preventing Mucosal Cell-Associated HIV Transmission

Management strategies for interrupted aortic arch with associated anomalies

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Strategies for Social and Occupational Functioning Associated With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Associating Local Strategies of Global Reach: Horsens, Lake Mills, Eastbourne, and APV

Comparison of four strategies to reduce the pain associated with intravenous administration of rocuronium

A strategy to reveal potential glycan markers from serum glycoproteins associated with breast cancer progression

Recruitment Strategies and Costs Associated With Community-Based Research in a Mexican-Origin Population

Ventilator-associated pneumonia prevention by education and two combined bedside strategies

Clostridium difficile-associated disease: update and focus on non-antibiotic strategies

Strategies for manufacturing recombinant adeno-associated virus vectors for gene therapy applications exploiting baculovirus technology

Therapeutic strategy in patients with non-small cell lung cancer associated to satellite pulmonary nodules

Life-history strategies of North American elk: trade-offs associated with reproduction and survival

Population trends and live birth rates associated with common ART treatment strategies

B-59Neural Activity Associated with Rehearsal Strategy Use on a Working Memory Task

Gould, Philip (1950 - 2011), Founder, Philip Gould Associates, polling and political strategy, 1985; Deputy Chairman, freud communications, since 2008

HIV risks associated with incarceration among injection drug users: implications for prison-based public health strategies†

A decision model for the watch-and-wait strategy in systemic sclerosis–associated interstitial lung disease


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A method of focusing on internal body sensations and thoughts that enables athletes to monitor their internal condition continuously.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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