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In radiation oncology the delivery of a large dose of radiation to a tumor in addition to the radiation supplied by an external beam.
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Robinson reported on studies in 72 rhesus macaques evaluating the effects of the addition of gp120 proteins to the MVA boosts of a DNA prime-MVA boost vaccine regimen.
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The hypothetical winner of a free car seat car gets her spirits "boosted and the anticipation drives her back to the site regularly to check for Boosts made by other donors", and so -- hopefully - a positive feedback cycle is born.
Jamba Juice, Emeryville, CA, has launched a line of Functional smoothies, boosts and shots.
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Being an underrepresented minority boosts one's chance of admission by 28 percentage points and being a legacy by 20 percentage points.
The original bar apparently boosts physical energy with guarana and vitamin B6.
This pose is an invigorating and energizing pose that strongly strengthens the lower body, massages the endoctrine and abdominal organs and boosts metabolism.
Cocaine abusers risk damage to their brains from []--because the drug boosts blood pressure.
It reportedly boosts line speeds 10% to 15%, increases tensile modulus, and doubles dart impact strength.
Moreover, several hundred school districts have their own versions of salary boosts, bonuses, subsidies, and recognition for NBPTS-certified teachers.