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ROMA

Risk of Ovarian Malignancy Algorithm. A predictive algorithm that stratifies women into high or low risk for epithelial ovarian cancer, based on menopausal status and preoperative serum levels of human epididymis protein 4 (HE4) and CA125.
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Roma community development worker Alexandra Bahor with Roma children in the Lodge Lane area
This disproportionate concentration may be a result of the fact that Roma pupils attend schools that are closer to where they live.
Media Contact: Simeon Beam, Roma Boots, 214-498-9765, press@romaboots.
Representatives of the Roma say they are thankful to the government for the inclusion of Roma concerns in the democratization package.
Even before the kidnapping cases, rights groups say, violence and intimidation against the Roma were intensifying.
Institutionalized measures aimed at controlling or eradicating Roma have ranged from forced assimilation, economic penalties, and kidnapping children to "civilize them," to torture and death.
It contains historical and chronological sections and includes terms and persons of note relevant to Roma history.
Michael Hamilton, of the Glasgow Community Safety Partnership, said: "It is not a problem that the Roma create.
Zed, however, commended Hammarberg for highlighting the Roma ordeals.
The Decade of Roma Inclusion provides a blueprint for how to achieve integration and equality, and to eliminate unlawful discrimination.
In an era when Europe's birth rates have fallen to record lows, Roma numbers are exploding: There are an estimated 11 million Roma today, more than the population of Sweden or Austria.
He stressed that the Republic of Macedonia was working also on improving the Roma people's education, employment and health, areas of major importance for them.