take-home point


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take-home point

A critical concept or fact that an educator wishes to emphasize and to be remembered.
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Take-home point 3: Products can be stabilised against photodegradation, and photodegradation does not occur with the inorganic sunscreen pigments.
We think the important take-home point here is that we need to start looking at the skeleton as one of those key areas for long-term follow-up," Dr.
The take-home point of this study is that depression carries a worse prognosis for HAART in HIV patients.
The take-home point is that right now we really don't have any evidence that these omega-3 fatty acids prevent symptomatic atrial fibrillation in paroxysmal patients," Dr.