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A trial comparing management of atherothrombosis with clopidogrel (Plavix™) with or without aspirin in high-risk patients with recent transient ischaemic attack or stroke.

Adding aspirin to clopidogrel increased bleeding without reducing recurrent ischaemic vascular events in high-risk patients.


The fitting together of one or more things. See HLA match, Language mismatch, Logic mismatch, Mismatch. Cf Crossmatch.


How similar the HLA typing, out of a possible six antigens, is between the donor and the recipient.

Patient discussion about match

Q. Hi members, after I notice that our symptoms match those of fibromyalgia. Hi members, after I notice that our symptoms match those of fibromyalgia, do we have to live with it and simply manage it for the rest of our life or try some luck with food and meds? Thanks.

A. If you could have given a particular age details then it could have been easy to analyze. This condition is relatively new, yet it's appearing in epidemic numbers. Dr. Whiting (an orthomolecular nutritionist), finds in his work with people suffering with this that they are all very toxic. When their systems have been properly detoxified their symptoms will disappear. His personal feeling is that this is a condition of hyper-toxicity and manifests itself in people who are unable to physically cope with the overload of toxins in their system.

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In Stockton during 1826 John Walker invented the world's first friction match.
AN exhibition about the tale of Stockton-born chemist, John Walker and his famous invention, the modern friction match, is on display at Preston Park Museum and Grounds.
The first practical friction match was invented in 1826 by Stockton chemist John Walker.
The bust to John Walker, 1781-1859, the Stockton-born inventor of the friction match, in John Walker Square, pictured in June 1991
The story's central character is John Walker, the Stockton-born inventor of the modern friction match.
John Walker, the inventor of the friction match, was a true Stocktonian, became wealthy selling his matchsticks in bundles of ten.