Nephrology An implantable venous access device which may ↓ occlusion, infection, and mechanical breakdown associated with other hemodialysis access devices. See Hemodialysis.
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When footage surfaced of Francis steering Catholics away from it, the right-wing Catholic website Lifesite called it "disturbing."
LifeSite agrees that this movie is hitting its audience: "Several people have attested to the film both converting them and inspiring them to do more for life." Their report cites the recent example of a group in California "inspired" to take to "sidewalk counseling," the practice of agressively confronting women presumed to be attending Planned Parenthood and other clinics for abortion.
post in 2016 amid allegations that he'd become embroiled in the conservative American fight against same-sex marriage, was first reported by the National Catholic Register and LifeSite News, two conservative Catholic sites.
As LifeSite reported June 27, in "2015 he told Collider that audiences could expect to see a homosexual, bisexual, or transgender character sometime within the next decade....
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25 May 2017 - California, US-based digital vault company LifeSite has finalised the acquisition of technology assets of Massachusetts, US-based mobile app provider Mustbin, the company said.
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"It's wide-open anal sex with anyone at any age, at any place, public or private, and there's no way that it can be controlled," Gwen Landolt of the conservative advocacy group REAL Women ( told LifeSite News in August .
Brad Breeding is president and co-founder of My LifeSite, a Raleigh, N.C., company that develops web-based tools and resources designed to help families and their advisers make better-informed decisions when considering a continuing care retirement community.
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