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CRCS

Abbrev. for Certificant of the Royal College of Surgeons.
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Surgery could be curative in early CRC. So a high awareness and screening for CRC could be a game changer.
Independent board member of the crime panel, Paul McGrath, said CRCs had been a "total disaster" and left the system "unworkable".
The funding approach recognises that where CRCs are operating in larger regional towns or in close proximity to a regional centre, there are other service provider options available to the community.
Each year 1.2 million people around the globe develop colorectal carcinoma (CRC) and half of these people usually die due to metastasis within a span of five years from the time of diagnosis.
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a term applied to the cancer arising in colon and rectum.
A significant aspect of the new regulatory regime is the introduction of detailed licensing regime for the CRCs with fit and proper criteria for promoters, chief executives, directors and senior management officers.
"[The CRC's work product] do not have to go to the Legislature; it does not have to go to the court.
As news of the CRC initiative and the consortium spread, other states convened meetings with employers and educators on the (CRC), and the size of the consortium quickly increased.
CRCs generally contain between 140 and 180 personnel.
A brief discussion of the CRC's responsibilities and how they relate to these guidelines is also available.
The CRC will concentrate on advanced computer process control and robotics to improve the efficiency and capability of industrial plants and electric utilities.
The CRC is a critical, albeit lesser-known, element of the Theater Air-Control System (TAGS).