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BETTER

Beta Radiation Trial to Eliminate Restenosis. A trial assessing 32P beta-radiation delivery by the RDX system, which has the radioactive material incorporated into the balloon material.
 
Results
Low target-vessel revascularisation (TVR) and major adverse cardiac events (MACE).

BETTER

Cardiology A clinical trial–Beta Radiation Trial to Eliminate Restenosis. See BRITE, In-stent restenosis.
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would better off in the Division Collie's proved himself to be a very good coach, he has a great temperament and I'm sure he'll learn from this.
A woman who defers for a year and has an average life expectancy at 65 of 88 will be around PS4000 better off.
In conclusion, Muslims are better off in Pakistan when it comes to practising their religion and having better access to government jobs and higher education opportunities.
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We see from the figures that two million people would be better off under universal credit, but the truth is that those who are better off will be about PS14 pound a week better off, but the one and a half million who are worse off will be as much as PS47 a week poorer.
We see from the figures that two million people would be better off under universal credit, but the truth is that those who are better off will be about PS14 a week better off, but the one half million who are worse off will be as much as PS47 a week poorer.
It's also plausible that there are people living elsewhere who could be better off living and working in Montana.