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CUtting Balloon versus Conventional Balloon Angioplasty. A trial comparing cutting balloon vs. conventional balloon angioplasty of de novo native coronary lesions
Primary endpoints 6-month major acute coronary events (MACE)
Conclusion There is a lower re-stenosis rate with cutting balloon angioplasty than with conventional angioplasty


island 90 miles off the coast of Florida.
Cuban epidemic optic neuropathy - in 1993, malnutrition caused by food rationing and additional exposure to toxins led to an optic neuropathy outbreak affecting 50,000 Cubans.
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to Cuba, and it is working to finalize Cuban approval.
While the number of Cubans trying to reach the United States by sea also grew to nearly 4,000 people this past year, the biggest jump by far came from people entering the U.
16, eliminates the much-hated requirement for Cubans to obtain an exit visa to leave their country.
Rather Americans continued to see white Cubans as the true patriots and in doing so conveniently ignored the fact that until US intervention most of them, especially those in the western region, had remained neutral or supported Spain, while Afro-Cubans had been the backbone of the nationalist movement for 30 years.
Your story is right that conditions have improved for Cuban churches.
You don't see the dark side, nor do they allude to it, and at the end of the film, they say he went off to become part of the Cuban revolution.
Recasting us, a hopelessly divided and deeply wounded people, as what you want to see is just another less noxious form of what is happening in Iraq, little more than another wave of colonization that will never alleviate the suffering of Cubans who have not and cannot realize the fairy tale of a classless society promulgated by Castro.
In Cuba, citizens can send and receive e-mail and surf a Cuban intranet, but they are barred from accessing the World Wide Web.
For instance, in the 1880s and 1890s white and black Cubans shared membership and leadership positions in revolutionary clubs and organizations such as La Liga Patriotica Cubana and the Partido Revolucionario Cubano.
In crafting his tale about the power of art, love, and sexuality, Cruz was inspired by the Cuban lectores, whose job it was to read to the factory workers--a tradition that was also common in Tampa's Cuban factory neighborhood of Ybor City until the 1930s.
Most of the existing literature discusses how these revolutions influenced the process of Cuban state formation and political economy.