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Best

(best),
Franz, German pathologist, 1878-1920. See: Best disease, Best carmine stain.

BEST

Abbreviation for:
bedside evaluation and screening test (aphasia)
Belief Excellence Success & Trust Programme (Medspeak-UK)
Balloon Equivalent to Stent Study
Beta-blocker Evaluation of Survival Trial
Bolus dose-Escalation Study of Tissue-type plasminogen activator
Bucindolol Evaluation Survival Trial (BEST)

BEST

Cardiology A clinical trial–Beta-blocker Evaluation of Survival Trial–on the effect of adding bucindolol-Bextra to standard therapy on mortality in Pts with CHF; BEST was conducted by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute/NIH and the VA
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This is truly an exciting day for us as we receive these pieces of memorabilia that will form the beginning of a George Best collection at the hotel," he said.
Poor George Best was "loved" to death, if one can say
How many weekly flights do Aer Lingus operate from George Best Belfast City Airport to Faro?
George Best Will Not Be Playing Today, which was launched at Belfast City Hall, is published by the George Best Foundation and the Ulster Historical Foundation.
Gazza said: "I'm not George Best, I'm Paul Gascoigne.
son Calum (right) has refused to present a planned programme on soccer legend George Best.
In a tribute to football player George Best the Belfast City Airport will be renamed George Best Airport.
In comparing Gordon Brown to footballing legend George Best, cabinet minister David Miliband no doubt intended to register a complimentary tone at Labour's spring conference.
I FAIL to comprehend the fuss about the late George Best.
So anyone who believes that George Best shouldn't be blamed for his behaviour because he couldn't help himself has to ask themselves who is to blame.
It was April 25, 1970, and I had a mad crush on George Best and he was over here to play for Northern Ireland against Wales in Swansea.
The reported failure this weekend of former England footballer George Best to refrain from drinking alcohol despite a life-saving liver transplant just 12 months ago has prompted questions about the merits of offering transplant surgery to alcoholics.