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(glē'sŏn), Do not confuse this name with Glisson.
Donald F., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Gleason tumor grade, Gleason score.
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Kate Gleason was an enterprising woman at a time when "ladies" just didn't do things like push for the vote or go into the real estate business or make transatlantic sales trips without chaperones.
US insurance brokerage Arthur J Gallagher & Co (NYSE:AJG) said it has taken over Pennsylvania-based sector player The Gleason Agency Inc and its affiliated company Gleason Financial Ltd for undisclosed sums.
Plans to demolish the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater continue to inflame Miami Beach residents.
Gleason, an eminent San Fernando Valley attorney, YMCA leader and former candidate for state attorney general, has died.
The grade, based on the Gleason scoring system, measures how aggressive (or likely to spread) the cancer is.
Gleason, the Minnesota pathologist who developed the Gleason score that is now used almost universally in the United States to predict the likely outcome of prostate cancer, died Dec.
Kevin Gleason has joined Massey Knakal's Manhattan office as an associate working with Team Knakal, led by chairman and founding partner Robert Knakal.
Although there is an overall 30% recurrence rate a decade after prostatectomy, a man with a Gleason score of 6 or less generally has a more favorable prognosis, Dr.
From this group, they identified 1,383 men with a Gleason score of 6 or less based on their prostatectomy pathology specimen.
Still, Gleason hoped to continue traveling 250,000 air miles a year doing cooking demos.
HOLLYWOOD star Paul Gleason has died from a rare form of lung cancer.