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State Trials


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State Trials

Cancer Trial Enrollment After State-Mandated Reimbursement

Clinical trials: A state-of-the-art assessment

Barriers to Clinical Trial Enrollment: Are State Mandates the Solution?

Stat Bite: State Mandates for Insurance Coverage of Clinical Trials

MULTI-STATE TWO SPOTTED SPIDER MITE TRIAL ON COTTON, 2010

Trial and Error: Decision Reversal and Panel Size in State Courts

The difference between study recommendations, stated policy, and actual practice in a clinical trial

State Truths, Private Letters, and Images of Public Opinion in the Ancien Régime: Sévigné on Trials

State Payer Mandates to Cover Care in US Oncology Trials: Do Science and Ethics Matter?

State Payer Mandates to Cover Cancer Clinical Trials Offer Heterogeneous Protection for Enrolled Patients

The Liberal State on Trial: The Cold War and American Politics in the Truman Years

English Law, Irish Trials and Cromwellian State Building in the 1650s

Mindfulness meditation training alters stress-related amygdala resting state functional connectivity: a randomized controlled trial

Multi-State Trials of Bt Sweet Corn Varieties for Control of the Corn Earworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

A Possible Extension of a Trial State in the TDHF Theory with a Canonical Form to the Lipkin Model — Canonicity Conditions and Dynamical Treatment of Classical and Quantal Variables in an Extended State of the su(2)-Coherent State —

Design and analysis of health state valuation data for model-based economic evaluations and for economic evaluations alongside clinical trials

International Justice in Rwanda and the Balkans: Virtual Trials and the Struggle for State Cooperation, Victor A. Peskin

Constraint on Trial: Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert and Religious Freedom. By Voogt, Gerrit. Kirksville, Mo.: Truman State University Press, 2000. 268pp. $19.00

 

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State Trials was a series of cases that was published in different editions between the early eighteenth and late nineteenth centuries. Although it mainly covered trials for treason and other ...

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