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(1) Avandia to Prevent Restenosis and Coronary Artery Disease Progression Trial. A trial assessing the effect of rosiglitazone/Avandia on the progression of atherosclerosis in type 2 diabetics undergoing PCIs
Endpoint Angiography, plaque size, media volume

(2) Antithrombotics in the Prevention of Reoccclusion In Coronary Thrombolysis


Cardiology A clinical trial–Aspirin vs Coumadin in Prevention of Reocclusion & Recurrent Ischemia after Successful Thrombolysis which compared 2 strategies to ↓ risk of recurrent CAD


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When the apricot trees are in blossom," A Selection of Literary Essays by Korean Writers Living in Manchuria in the 1940's.
Whether it's one apricot tree in the backyard or a cherry mini-orchard, growing stone fruit can be a satisfying hobby providing healthy, homegrown fruit for your family while enhancing your landscape.
Three years ago, the Englishman who lives on land neighbouring mine cut back the branches of my apricot trees almost to the trunk, supposedly 'to improve the view'.
Barry, one of our gardeners, has also been pruning the plums and apricot trees.
Sainsbury reckons apricot trees will soon be a feature of the Kent countryside, but one local grower had his doubts.
Here I am scribbling away among the Majorcan apricot trees, lapping up the sea, the sand, the sunshine and sangria with the old barbecued sardines.
Driving through Helmdon, head south to Brackley and join the A43, then go right on the B4031 to Aynho,(7), a village with apricot trees which, legend has it, fruit was paid as a toll to the lords of the manor.
Simon, geneticist and research leader, curates the nation's official collection of apricot trees from around the world.
The volume, which starts with the line "apricot trees exist, apricot trees exist," voices a profound joy over the natural growth that life on this planet has witnessed through the ages; Christensen refers to the presence of lovely June nights and love, and uses in each poem the essential key word exist.
After receiving Japanese apricot trees called ''Omoinomama,'' whose name means ''as one likes,'' Koizumi said, ''It is the political community where 'as one likes' doesn't work.
Imagine sitting in the shade of mulberry and apricot trees, listening to the song of water running through the little canals that irrigate the fields.