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Low-Molecular-Weight Heparin in the Treatment of Patients with Venous Thromboembolism. A trial comparing fixed-dose LMW heparin—reviparin—to adjusted-dose unfractionated heparin (UH) in unselected patients with symptomatic DVT, PE or both
Conclusion No significant differences in recurrent thromboembolic events between reviparin and UH treatment
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As George Grant wrote in his book The Last Crusader: The Untold Story of Christopher Columbus, the charge against Columbus of slave-trading is simply "malicious falsehood.
The Portuguese coach drew a bizarre comparison between the player and Christopher Columbus.
The life of Luis de Torres reflects the complex and tragic history of 15th-century Spain more accurately than does the Christopher Columbus sailing saga.
MIKE LUPICA, syndicated columnist, on his trust in Ted Turner's veracity: "If he told me that Christopher Columbus discovered America, I would get a second opinion.
SHIPWRECK hunters believe a 16th century ship found yards off the Panama Coast may have been used by Christopher Columbus.
A girl's bones dating back to the Middle Ages appear to disprove the theory that Christopher Columbus brought syphilis to Europe.
After nearly two years of delays caused by environmental concerns, the Puerto Rico Planning Board approved plans for the US$164 million Christopher Columbus Landing project in Aguadilla.
Some of the writing is on predictable topics: the cultural consequences of Christopher Columbus, the itinerant radicalism of Tom Paine, and the roots of May Day.
For many years it has been speculated that Christopher Columbus was not Italian, as he claimed, but of another nationality.
Codex 632; a novel about the secret identity of Christopher Columbus.
For more information about the 65th Annual Christopher Columbus Day Parade, visit the <a href="http://www.
He played a part of Christopher Columbus in the movie "1492: Conquest of Paradise.

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