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ESTrogen and Stents to Eliminate Restenosis. A very small (30 patients) trial evaluating the feasibility and safety of 17-estradiol-eluting stent for treating single native vessel stenosis
Primary endpoints MACE, death, MI, TLR, stent thrombosis at 1 and 6 months
Conclusion 17-beta-estradiol-eluted stents appear feasible and safe, showing low rates of binary restenosis and revascularization. These results warrant further confirmation with a large, randomized multicenter trial
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Collect your Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt map from the Dairy Courtyard, next to the Hall, and then you and the children can solve hidden mysteries.
But they need as much help as possible from Buddies to collect as many Easter Eggs and chocolate treats for good causes.
The Co-op at Marsh was also set to have its Easter eggs on the shelves by the end of the day, starting with some smaller boxed eggs.
This map never had any real Easter eggs when it first came out, so Treyarch likely added this one to give returning players an experience closer to what they might be expecting.
The Easter egg was considered a symbol of the resurrection of Jesus.
FASCINATING FACTS | THE first chocolate Easter egg was produced in 1873 by Fry's.
Sprinkle Easter Eggs - photo courtesy of letsmingleblog.
Miller Homes North East regional sales manager Andrew Somerville said: "We are committed to supporting the local communities which surround our developments and we're excited to be launching the Miller Homes Easter Egg Drop in support of the Sunshine Fund, Action for Children and Home Start.
You can also decorate an Easter egg like a character from Shakespeare's plays at Mary Arden's Farm when it reopens on Saturday.
The Easter egg production line at Cadbury's in 1970
With Good Friday around the corner, hundreds of students at the National Evangelical Institute for Girls and Boys in Sidon have been busy coloring Easter eggs, a tradition that has been in place for years.