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Cisplatin and Tirapazamine in Subjects with Advanced Previously Untreated Non-Small-Cell Lung Tumours. A phase III trial that assessed the efficacy and safety of tirapazamine plus cisplatin for treating non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC)
Conclusion The median survival was significantly longer and the response rate was significantly greater for patients who received tirapazamine plus cisplatin than for those who received cisplatin alone. Tirapazamine enhances the activity of cisplatin in patients with advanced NSCLC and confirms that hypoxia is an exploitable therapeutic target in human malignancies
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Catapult will also solve the broader strains a fixed labour model places on employers such as lack of flexibility, missed revenue due to understaffing during peaks, staff retention and slow, expensive recruitment processes.
At 15 stations, CISF personnel armed with catapults are ready to take aim at the simians, which have turned aggressive.
"One of my first priorities will be to drive forward the development of our evaluation modules that will enable companies to assess their new applications and bring them to market faster." With analysts predicting that the world market for compound semiconductors will increase from $74 billion today to over $300 billion by 2030, it is seen as essential that the UK plays a substantial part in that growth and Catapult wants to help make that happen.
An electromagnetic catapult is a mechanism, which accelerates an aircraft by linear induction motors instead of steam shuttles.
Founded in 2007, Catapult Insurance Solutions currently underwrites and administers premium in excess of $40 million through niche programs.
Keith Thompson, chief executive of CGT Catapult, said, 'With over 20 years' experience in R&D, Jonathan has both commercialisation and drug development expertise.
Alan, who is a specialist in Greek Roman constructions, has produced updated models of the catapults of the Roman army, as full-size working machines, with his engineer colleagues Len Morgan and the LATETOM Feeley.
Its parent company, Catapult Group International Limited, is listed on the Australian stock exchange.
Its parent group Catapult Group International Limited is a publicly listed company in Australia.
"Catapult Two was in pieces before we left for deployment, and it took a complete overhaul and an immense amount of hard work from the crew to get it up and ready to go," Quinlin said.
Mr Coleman added: "The catapult appears in the opening battle scenes.
The nine-foot wide catapult has sat in the 64-year-old's garden since he purchased it from Stratford Armouries museum three years ago.