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noun A Scientology term for an action intended to help a person overcome effects of past mental trauma. 

verb To support, help or be present during an operation.


American Stop Smoking Intervention Study. A grassroots initiative funded by the US government, which is intended to help individuals stop smoking based on the success of methods evaluated at the National Cancer Institute.
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Hardwick: Bridgit Borey*, Associates in Science in Medical Assisting.
Leicester: Stephen Lund**, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Brittany Wilson*, Associates in Science in Medical Assisting.
0), Certificate in Massage Therapy; Ana Otero*, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Cindy Soto**, Certificate in Massage Therapy; Victoria Zwemke, Certificate in Medical Assisting.
was recognized for her ongoing contributions of time and effort to her state and local ADAA components and particularly for her continuing efforts legislatively in behalf of dental assisting in the State of New York.
She is the Select Coordinator for the Florida Dental Health Foundation and travels the state making presentations on behalf of careers in the dental assisting field.
She is employed by the Michigan Department of Corrections at Jackson and has helped to bring dental assisting training to correctional facilities in that state.
Gardner: Stephanie Garlisi*, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting; Alexis Leblanc*, Medical Assisting; Cathy Scott, Medical Assisting
Marlboro: Holly Butland, Medical Assisting; Auburn Howard*, Medical Assisting; Carl Moreau, Culinary Arts; Roxanne Vallejo-Marroquin*, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting
Seventh District: Natalie Kaweckyj, FADAA, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, RDA, Minneapolis, MN, recognized for her achievements in dental assisting professionalism through earning designations, serving on dental-related committees including consultancy to the Minnesota Board of Dentistry, for community service and for her service to the ADAA including most recently serving as national Secretary and currently as Seventh District Trustee.
Tenth District: Jackie Kulbel, CDA, Mukilteo, WA, recognized for organizing and operating the WSDAA information booth annually and working to emphasize the importance of education as the main focus in developing the career of dental assisting as a profession.