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ATTRACT

Anti-TNF Trial in Rheumatoid Arthritis with cA2 (Chimeric monoclonal antibody) infliximab Treatment. A trial comparing the effects of humanised anti-TNF cA2 (infliximab/Remicade) + methotrexate (MTX) to MTX alone on the progression of rheumatoid arthritis.
Conclusions It works; infliximab patients had retardation or arrest of their rheumatoid arthritis; and improvement (in 39% to 54% of patients) of joint space narrowing and bone erosion, vs progressive damage in control patients treated with MTX alone.

ATTRACT

Rheumatology A clinical trial–Anti-TNF Trial in Rheumatoid Arthritis with CA2 Treatment–which evaluated the effects of humanized anti-TNF–cA2–treatment on Pts with RA. See Remicade®, Rheumatoid arthritis.
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In previous research results it was substantiated that, personnel marketing is a managerial activity of an enterprise aimed at simultaneously meeting its needs in necessary personnel and the identified needs of existing and potential employees by retaining (or attracting) them through a set of measures ensuring attractiveness of positions / vacancies, payments / remuneration, etc.
Three breeds were used in the photos: Cane corsos showed a maximum attractiveness at 6.3 weeks of age; Jack Russell terriers at 7.7 weeks of age; and white shepherds at 8.3 weeks of age.
The overall Investment Attractiveness Index is constructed by combining the survey's Best Practices Mineral Potential Index, which rates regions based on their geologic attractiveness, and its Policy Perception Index, a composite index that measures the effects of government policy on attitudes toward exploration investment.
The team, led by Dr Aaron Sell, from Griffith University in Queensland, wrote in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B: "The results show that most male bodily attractiveness stems from cues of formidability and physical strength, and that strength increases attractiveness in a linear fashion.
Winter and her sociology doctoral candidate coauthors--Andrea Kennedy (University of Southern California, Los Angeles) and Elizabeth O'Neill (University of Kansas, Lawrence)--found that perceived size and attractiveness significantly were related to substance use.
The research, co-authored by Professor David Perrett, said: "Male facial redness positively influences heterosexual females' ratings of sexual attractiveness and healthiness.
The first test was done through a questionnaire where participants were tasked to rank their preferred desirability levels based on face and body attractiveness.
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To achieve these objectives, we estimate the relationships between attractiveness, standardized test scores, course grades, admissions ratings, and major/career choices.
Despite the differences in focus, most research measures the level of attractiveness at the individual level (Judge & Cable, 1997; Turban & Greening, 1996).
There were direct links between attractiveness and a number of health conditions and the more attractive the person was rated, the lower the risk there was of ill-health.