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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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If my career were of that better kind that there was any opportunity or capacity of sacrifice in it, I would embrace any sacrifice for you and for those dear to you.
Very true, he said: and I think that we had better correct an error into which we seem to have fallen in the use of the words `friend' and `enemy.
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If you've changed your mind, and want my family to come down in the world, you'd better say so.
Tulliver, "my family's as good as yours, and better, for it hasn't got a damned ill-tempered woman in it
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He confirmed the doctors' interpretation of the law in general terms only; expressed his intention of waiting at the cottage in the hope that a change for the better might yet enable Mrs.
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You see," she said, "you do not give him a fair chance; he cannot use all his power with his head held back as it is with that check-rein; if you would take it off I am sure he would do better -- do try it," she said persuasively, "I should be very glad if you would.
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