PFS


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progression-free survival

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PFS

In cancer care, the time during which a patient shows no signs or symptoms of the growth or the spreading of a tumor.
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According to the company, this PFS will benefit from the extensive work already completed on the project and is expected to be finished by the first quarter of 2019.
PFs represent the probability density of the state vector [x.sub.k] at time step k by [N.sub.p] particles.
PFS is caused by proteins found in foods such as fresh fruit, raw vegetables, nuts and spices, which have a similar structure to the type found in pollen from trees, grasses or weeds.
In this study, silica nanoparticles-reinforced PFs were successfully fabricated using chemical foaming method to improve their mechanical and thermal properties.
Targeted outcomes of the PFS include converting sufficient mineral resources to ore reserves to support an initial five- to six-year mine life.
(2) Placeholder File Location Information (PFLI): PFLI is used to record the one-way hash output of the concatenation of the PFs' locations.
It was suggested by some at the time that responsibility for the errors lay with PfS, but Mr Byles told the cross-party group that the list should have been checked with local authorities first.
For additional information on either the PFS credential or PFP section, visit aicpa.org/PFP or e-mail PFSinfo@aicpa.org.
By becoming a PFS, a practitioner is joining other dedicated, passionate professionals with whom they can share ideas and experiences.
This paper suggests that the concept of Personal and Family Sustainability (PFS) may be a better way to evaluate and direct social policy.