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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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A San Antonio native who holds a doctorate in history from the University of California, Los Angeles, Romo initially balked at someone's suggestion of selling his photos.
Romo managed to dismantle the Jets defence, connecting on 21-of-28 passes for 195 yards in one of three American Thanksgiving day NFL games.
Romo said: "From watching them on tape I think what makes him probably special is just his ability to think like a quarterback.
Excited, Romo attacked the world of neuro-nutrition the way he used to attack 300-pound nose tackles: hard.
The Romo appeals court noted that in its original ruling, it had adhered to what it called "California's broad view" of punitive damages as established in Grimshaw v.
Romo attracts windsurfers and swimmers, who can drive right to the brisk waters of the North Sea.
ABC* foundation's Guillermo Romo Named to Young Global Leaders Class of 2011 by World Economic Forum (Photo: Business Wire)
The ROMO Wind iSpin system utilizes ultrasonic technology to measure wind where it first hits the turbine directly at the spinner.
8195;Dal -- Williams 8 pass from Romo (Bailey kick), 2:32.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left in the third quarter because of an injury in their game versus the Washington Redskins on the National Football League (NFL) Monday Night Football (MNF) and it proved crucial as the Redskins played a good second half in the second half and carried a 17-10 lead in the final quarter.
Community activists Elba Romo and Bell corruption scandal whistleblower Nestor Enrique Valencia, co-founders of Our SALUD, joined a community rally at St.
Thomas Romo, director of facial plastic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital on the upper East Side, who knew just what she wanted.