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Gar·be

(gar'bē),
William, 20th-century Canadian dermatologist. See: Sulzberger-Garbe disease, Sulzberger-Garbe syndrome.
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Kurt Garbe , CEO of IMAT Solutions, commented, "Full data interoperability is one of the chief issues in the healthcare industry today.
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Presenting the data at WCCS today, Professor Claus Garbe, Department of Dermatology, University Hospital Tubingen, Germany and Principal Investigator of the FIELD Repeat Study, commented: "AK is a very common precursor to non-melanoma skin cancer, which requires ongoing treatment.
Town boss Paul Quinn, who takes his Northern Counties East League side to face FA Vase holders Dunston UTS this afternoon, was quick to contact Old Boys boss Phil Garbe.
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Auctioneer David Rogers Jones said Spring was among a number designed for Royal Doulton by Richard Garbe, who at the time was Professor of Sculpture at the Royal College of Art.
Paul Garbe, DVM, MPH, chief of CDC's Air Pollution and Respiratory Health Branch, said during a conference call announcing the report's findings that home education programs help reduce the burden of asthma on children and adults who rely on emergency rooms as their primary source of health care.
Nearly 42% missed 1 or more days of work or school because of their asthma, 26% visited the emergency department or urgent care center for treatment, and 7% were hospitalized," Paul Garbe, DVM, chief of the CDC's Air Pollution and Respiratory Health Branch, said during the press briefing.
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Rowe (Raymond Garbe Professor of Architecture and urban Design, Harvard University).