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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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(TSMC), the largest contract chipmaker in the world, has teamed up with several foreign tech giants to set up a cloud technology-based alliance.
To apply a systematic framework, including processes and tools, for planning, forming, operating, and reviewing your alliances, To develop your alliance management capability and skills, To develop a learning action plan for going forward, Getting Started, Alliance relationship management facts, Building organizational capability,
Onno van de Stolpe, chief executive officer of Galapagos, said that the company continues to make progress across its strategic alliances, showing that our alliance model delivers strong growth in R&D revenues.
"The stances of both alliances have become clearer regarding the formation of the new government," al-Bateekh told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
In addition to these potential sources of support and alliance membership, the Foundation of New York State Nurses and those regional alliances already in existence are ready and willing to help anyone who is interested in extending support for research and EBP across New York State.
Greek carrier Aegean Airlines will join the Star Alliance, which includes Lufthansa, United Airlines and Air Canada, it said Tuesday.
While there is no single model, alliances generally share some common characteristics: There is usually an umbrella membership organization that does not provide professional services to the public, but rather is involved, at varying degrees, in the activities and interaction of its member firms.
The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has established strategic supplier alliances (SSAs) with 29 of its major hardware suppliers to meet both of these needs across its aviation, land, maritime, and construction and equipment supply chains.
executives shows that sixty-four percent of the responding executives plan to increase the use of strategic alliances during the next two years.
"The GMA consists of joint engineering and marketing initiatives with our partners to deliver a tightly integrated SOA platform, which is designed to combine our Enterprise Infrastructure Platform with the leading Enterprise Management solutions," said Alan Button, senior vice president, Worldwide Partner Alliances, BEA Systems, Inc.

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