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Cardiology
Accupril Decision On PharmacoTherapy. A clinical trial that was planned at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, the purpose of which was to compare efficacy and safety of quinapril, enalapril, atenolol and verapamil in controlling blood pressure in patients with uncomplicated mild to moderate hypertension when used as single-agent therapy in a structured titration program.
 
Endocrinology
A Diabetes Outcome Progression Trial. A 4-year Phase-4 trial comparing early treatment of type-2 diabetics with rosiglitazone (Avandia), metformin or glyburide (a sulfonylurea in glucose control) for delay or prevention of diabetes complications—e.g., kidney disease, etc.

Conclusion
Lower failure rate at 5 years: 15% with rosiglitazone vs. 21% with metformin and 34% with glyburide; a highly significant risk reduction of 32% for rosiglitazone compared with metformin, and 63% compared with glyburide. Positive results notwithstanding, rosiglitazone has been pulled from various markets due to possible increased risk of heart attacks.

ADOPT

Endocrinology A 4-yr phase IV trial–A Diabetes Outcome Progression Trial–comparing early treatment of Pts with type 2 DM with Avandia®, metformin, or glyburide–a sulfonylurea in glucose control, delay or prevention of DM complications–eg, kidney disease, etc
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Plus, there is a huge support network in Denver and lots of Chinese cultural events for adopting families," Mary Gorbett added.
Another important difference between the families who are adopting children from the foster care system and those adopting internationally boils down to economics.
It's really frustrating for me as an adoptions coordinator to see middle- and upper-class families not think about foster care adoption when they begin to think about adopting.
public adoption system does not do enough to recruit potential adoptive parents of color or highlight the extent to which people of color are adopting or being foster parents.
Symons, a documentary filmmaker, filmed the process of adopting his first son, Zachary, in 2000 but didn't mention Catholic Charities for fear of getting the agency's social worker in trouble.
This assertion became the vision for the joint effort: Adopting the same systems--specifically JTCW for command posts and FBCB2 for platforms--would provide the most efficient path towards interoperability from a performance, schedule, and life cycle cost standpoint.
Adopting these rules as interim final rules without advance public comment or delay was intended to avoid delays that could undermine the purpose of these provisions and cause confusion about the applicability of some state laws in areas that the Congress has determined should be governed by uniform national standards.
If the European Commission gives member states the option of either adopting the full version of IAS 39 or the carve-out version, indications coming from individual states suggest there will not be unanimity as to which approach to take, said Nagari.
At that time, I outlined a plan and invited our ACEI family and other professional colleagues to take three steps forward to consider adopting a preservice, novice, experienced, or seasoned teacher for one year, with the potential for continuing into a second year.
The procedures are identical to that for adopting a child in England.
adoption Only Florida specifically prohibits individual lesbians and gay men or same-sex couples from adopting children.
83) Even a decade after Gesell's retirement, Gesell Institute staff were still avidly promulgating the same basic messages: "Psychological Tests Important in Preventing Unsuitable Adoptions" and "Lack of Mental Tests Results in Parents' Adopting Defective Child.