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Therapeutic Angiogenesis with Recombinant Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 (rFGF-2) for Intermittent Claudication. A clinical trial assessing FGF-2’s ability to improve perfusion in symptomatic atherosclerotic heart disease—i.e., intermittent claudication of the lower extremities
Conclusion Intra-arterial rFGF-2 resulted in a significant increase in peak walking time at 90 days; repeat infusion at 30 days was no better than one infusion

traffic

1. See Motor vehicles.
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Be informed and educated on traffic laws, rules and regulations to ease traffic congestion.
He urged the members to continue their efforts in improving road safety, road signs, lane markers, pothole, and monitoring traffic law enforcement.
Existing traffic laws in the country and penalties for offenders are just enough," said Sheikh.
BraKe deputy chief executive Julie Townsend said: "It is deeply concerning so many drivers BREAK vital traffic laws, yet still believe they are safe.
Nariman Abdullah, a member of the Internal Affairs Committee of Kurdistan Parliament, believes some sections of the Iraqi traffic law do need to be amended, but many of the current laws are fine the way they are.
Mahmoud emphasized the importance of taking legal action against drivers who violate traffic laws, especially driving on the wrong side of the road, driving without a license or motorcycle drivers not wearing helmets.
The largest drops in public priorities were enforcing laws relating to wearing of seat belts, ensuring effective traffic management and flow and enforcing other traffic laws.
He said: "I know it is important to obey traffic laws but I have obviously made mistakes on this occasion and I am sorry.
But if it identifies the thoughtless drivers who regularly and dangerously flout traffic laws, it will be an extra bonus.
The operation by the Antelope Valley Traffic Task Force was done in part because of many complaints from residents about commercial trucks violating traffic laws and rocks falling off gravel trucks and cracking windshields.
Drivers stopped for a traffic violation will be receiving, in addition to a ticket and fine, a letter from leading local rabbis imploring people to obey traffic laws and warning against endangering life.
Dear Editor, -The Post is to be congratulated for encouraging debate about the enforcement of traffic laws.