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DCM

Abbrev. for Diploma in Community medicine.
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There is no cure for DCM but treatments can help control symptoms and prevent victims suffering complications.
DCM and FF&S have collaborated with inventory for more than eight years.
DCM is characterized by weakening of the heart muscle and enlargement of the heart chambers, leading to systolic abnormalities (difficulty of the left ventricle to pump blood).
The DCM trial is cheaper to run: the company spent less than $5 million on it in 2012.
Bugher Foundation Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, has found that mutations in the gene TTN account for 18 percent of sporadic and 25 percent of familial DCM.
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While DCM occurs at any age, it is most common in the 3rd and 4th decades of life.
Michael Jones, from Gwent, South Wales, had pounds 39,400 debts but, after paying DCM pounds 34,400 over six years, he still owes pounds 30,700.
With DCM, server, networking and storage teams each have a view of virtual server and network environments, and a unified provisioning process through the system's ability to automate the application of individual policies to various data objects in the switching fabric.
Enterasys DCM provides IT with a tool for tracking and historical reporting on virtual machine movement, allowing users to ensure the proper network resources are allocated when a VM is provisioned, no matter where it is on the network.
DCM has an annual capacity of 72,000 metric tons of gray iron castings.
In addition to their trenchless experience, DCM brings 24 years of geotechnical and geologic experience in the Bay Area, with a strong position in the water and wastewater infrastructure markets.