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Cisplatin and Tirapazamine in Subjects with Advanced Previously Untreated Non-Small-Cell Lung Tumours. A phase III trial that assessed the efficacy and safety of tirapazamine plus cisplatin for treating non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC)
Conclusion The median survival was significantly longer and the response rate was significantly greater for patients who received tirapazamine plus cisplatin than for those who received cisplatin alone. Tirapazamine enhances the activity of cisplatin in patients with advanced NSCLC and confirms that hypoxia is an exploitable therapeutic target in human malignancies
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15 stations at which CISF personnel armed with catapults are ready to take aim at monkeys near the Taj
Publication of the book, right, coincides with two new permanent exhibitions of full-size catapults.
ARABIAN GULF -- USS Nimitz (CVN 68) successfully completed its 100,000th aircraft launch from Catapult Two Sept.
The nine-foot wide catapult has sat in the 64-year-old's garden since he purchased it from Stratford Armouries museum three years ago.
| | | Sand the catapult for comfort and attach fairly strong elastic (available online via Amazon, eBay or catapult suppliers or cut your own from an old inner tube) | | | Tying the elastic to the prongs is the easy way but makes the trajectory unpredictable.
The New Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult will be the 11th Catapult centre, with other Catapults existing in: cell therapy, high value manufacturing, offshore renewable energy, satellite application, digital, transport system, future cities, energysystems, precision medicine and medicine technologies.
Two of the Catapults, High Value Manufacturing (HVM) and Satellite Applications, were created by bringing together existing resources and had a head start on the other five.
Each catapult covers an area that has a global market worth billions and where the UK already has capability, says Simon Edmonds, director of catapults at the TSB.
When he takes up the reins at the High Value Manufacturing Catapult from October 1, his main responsibility will be to ensure that the organisation maximises its impact on the growth of the manufacturing industry in the UK.
Individual visionaries in aviation saw, early on, how air superiority from the sea could change the course of fortunes for whichever country first perfected the use of aircraft catapults.
The Essex's new catapults were improved hydraulic, not steam catapults.