MADD


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MADD

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers. A US-based non-profit organisation, begun in 1980, that advocates stricter legislation against driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) and underage drinking, and provides support services for victims of DUI collisions.

MADD

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Public health An organization that advocates stricter legislation against DUI and underage drinking, and provides support services for victims of DUI collisions. See DUI.
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Twenty-five patients with MADD and 30 patients with IMNM, all treated at the Department of Neurology at Peking University First Hospital from October 2013 to October 2016, were included in the study.
3] Nonstandard abbreviations: MADD, multiple acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency; ETF, electron transfer flavoprotein; ETF:QO, ETF dehydrogenase; GA II, glutaric aciduria type II; GAI, glutaric aciduria type I; D-2-HGDH, D-2-hydroxyglutaric acid dehydrogenase; C4, butyrylcarnitine; C5, 2-methylbutyrylcarnitine; C5-DC, glutarylcarnitine; C6, hexanoylcarnitine; C8, octanoylcarnitine; C12, dodecanoylcarnitine; C14, myristoylcarnitine; C16, palmitoylcarnitine.
7, MADD in Lane County urges you to "Tie One On For Safety" - a red ribbon, that is.
Lightner's MADD organization and Aikens's RID organization began to collaborate to effect change (Lerner, 2011).
The evening's events will include presentation of MADD awards to each recipient, an introduction by Media Made for You, appetizers and beverages, and time to mingle and congratulate recipients.
What is different, I have found, is when my department is doing its job, we're empowering people at MADD to do what they do best.
That's portrayed in a new PSA for MADD, which features a father and son, and a tagline that reads, "Some of the best Mothers.
That someone in a position of leadership at MADD would criticize President Obama for simply drinking beer, illustrates the neo-prohibitionist mentality that now dominates the group.
After MADD blasted the initiative, which was organized by Middlebury College President Emeritus John McCardell, a few signatories withdrew their names.
Louise Knox, who lost her 19 year old son in an accident and came to MADD as a victim, said she received incredible support and wanted to be able to repay it.
To identify and help rectify potential gaps in the prosecution and adjudication process of DWI cases, MADD has re-energized its court monitoring program.
One MADD spokesman lists 14 additional states the group expects to "turn" in 2008.