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ALLIANCE

Aggressive Lipid Lowering Initiation Abates New Cardiovascular Events. A clinical trial that assessed the outcomes of lipid-lowering therapy with atorvastatin (Lipitor) in patients with a history of coronary heart disease.
Primary endpoint Major acute cardiac events (MACE)—death, heart attacks, stroke, unstable angina requiring hospitalisation.
Conclusions Patients receiving Lipitor averaged 17% reduction in MACE, vs usual care; ±72% of Lipitor patients reached target LDL-C level vs 40% in patients receiving usual care.
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The doctrine of liability that essentially makes one party responsible for the misconduct of another is known as "vicarious liability" There are a host of legal doctrines that can result in vicarious liability in the alliance setting.
In his statement to NATO defense ministers last June, Secretary Rumsfeld listed terrorism first among the new threats facing the Alliance.
When Star started, there was talk that it would operate as a giant global airline marketed simply as Star Alliance.
The company considered regulatory issues, expertise, product offerings and time-to-market before forging its strategic alliance with Fortis, the 37th-largest life/health group, ranked by net premiums written, according to A.
In fact, one thing that distinguishes The Access Alliance from many others is that its emphasis is on supporting the facilities we own, rather than on contracting services out.
Finally, our most recent alliance is with Connaught Laboratories, with which we're co-developing and co-marketing vaccines in the United States.
Control issues are rooted in the different objectives and perspectives of the alliance partners.
On occasion a sole practitioner can use an alliance to begin to develop an exit strategy for retirement as well.
The Alliance was ultimately born out of the latter group.