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JRA

JRA

juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
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Many treatment options are available, and because JRA is different in each child, what works for one may not work for another.
2) Two recently published studies that provide population-based evidence of functional outcomes of JRA patients showed that 11% and 39% of the patients were significantly incapacitated, either wheelchair-bound or bedridden (Steinbrocker Classes III or IV).
JRA is a disease that can be managed by close follow-up and timely application of appropriate treatment modalities, enabling children to reach adult ages without development of disabilities.
Figure 19: Strategic Competitor Assessment of the Marketed Products in JRA, 2011 33
The JRA was established nine years after the end of World War II as an affiliate of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to take over the running of horse racing for the benefit of state coffers.
Prior to development of the current rehabilitation model, Washington state's JRA had assessment tools and defined treatment programming in place.
Attention is now focused on whether Tokyo's Bunkyo and Sumida ward offices, which are planning to impose a similar tax on JRA betting booths, will put forward the taxes for approval.
Mitsubishi Electric has installed numerous other Diamond Vision displays at racing facilities in Japan in the past two years, including a 977-inch display at Biwako Kyotei (boat racing) in March 2008, an 828-inch display at Utsunomiya Keirin (bicycle racing) in March 2009, a 587-inch display at Maebashi Keirin (bicycle racing) in April 2009, a 561-inch display at JRA Sapporo Racecourse in June 2009, and 1,650-inch and 649-inch displays at JRA Nakayama Racecourse in August 2009.
The JRA repaired the damage on the road by removing the wet material and re-instating the road to a good condition," she said.
Explaining why h e p re f e r s a n audacious tilt on Japan rather than follow the Ouija Board route and head for the Breeders' Cup, trainer Ed Dunlop said: "The first prize for the Kyoto race, which is over a mile and three furlongs on turf, is pounds 692,000, but the JRA will double that for certain Group 1 winners should they finish in the first three, and, being the Oaks winner, Snow Fairy qualifies, so we are looking at a pot of pounds 1.
Last December, Take became the first JRA jockey to post 100 wins in overseas races.