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(glē'sŏn), Do not confuse this name with Glisson.
Donald F., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Gleason tumor grade, Gleason score.
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The devastating effects of ALS are on full display in "Gleason," an emotional powerhouse of a documentary charting former NFL star Steve Gleason's battle with the debilitating disorder.
Ray Gleason; THE HELVETIAN AFFAIR; Morgan James Fiction (Fiction: Historical) 18.95 ISBN: 9781630477028
Donald and Dorothy Gleason of Eugene celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with a family gathering.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 3, 2015-Ryder names John Gleason as EVP and chief sales officer
Gleason, 89WABAN - William "Bill" Joseph Gleason, 89, died peacefully in his hometown of Waban, MA on Tuesday morning, March 31, 2015 surrounded by his family.
Gleason was diagnosed with MS, and decided to travel while he could; journeying to Ireland where he rented an old cottage for a winter and reflected on his future.
She was only at Thailand's Umpiem Mai refugee camp for three weeks, but Harvard University public health student Kelsey Gleason was there long enough to see the yearly blanket rations handed out.
The Gleason tumour grading system has provided important prognostic information for men with prostate cancer for over 40 years.[sup.1,2] Contemporary Gleason grades range from 3 to 5 and these are most predictive of a patient's prognosis when 2 of the tumour grades are added together (Gleason sum range between 6 and 10).
Pittsburgh, PA, December 17, 2013 --( Gregory Gleason of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has been included in the Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the legal field.
It happened on a punt, typically one of the most innocuous events in football, when Steve Gleason of the Saints flew into the backfield to block the Atlanta kick just two minutes into their matchup.
Gleason had fought last-minute attempts by former attorneys to stop the execution.