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ACCORD

(1) Angioplastie Coronaire, CORvasal & Diltiazem. A trial assessing the effect of direct nitric oxide donors—linsidomine and molsidomine—on angiographic restenosis post balloon angioplasty.
Primary endpoint 6-month death, non-fatal MI and revascularization
Conclusion Angiographic improvement, slightly decreased rate of restenosis
(2) Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes. A trial assessing the effects of tight control of serum glucose, LCL-cholesterol, blood pressure control and therapy treatment intended to increase HDL-C and lower triglycerides, on cardiovascular risk in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Conclusion Tight control of blood pressure and lipid levels do not reduce combined cardiovascular events in adults with diabetes.
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Coming soon under the hood of an '05 Honda Accord near you is the third generation of the company's gasoline-electric hybrid system.
The IDRC study reports that both the United Nations' Verification Mission in Guatemala and a group of Guatemalan researchers have concluded that on this part of the peace accords, the government has a record of "inadequate compliance" and has failed to allocate the resources needed.
But what if the boss drives a new Honda Accord EX coupe with a V6 engine and six-speed manual shift?
The Camp David accords are nothing to boast about either.
KLA leaders have been accused of assassinating moderate Kosovo Albanians, including some of those who agreed to the Rambouillet peace accords.
Where Clinton wanted to celebrate Wye, both sides want him to re-mediate the accords.
Honda is hastily shipping Accords from its plant in Marysville, Ohio.
The cigarette holder, which the company has trademarked as its ``Puff Activated Lighter,'' as well as a battery recharger and a pack of Accords will be sold in starter boxes for $50, according to the company's initial projections.