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Correction of Hemoglobin and Outcomes in Renal Insufficiency. A trial that studied the use of epoetin alfa treatment to achieve two different target haemoglobin levels in patients with chronic kidney disease
Conclusion The use of a target haemoglobin level of 13.5 g/dl (as compared with 11.3 g/dl) was associated with increased risk and no incremental improvement in the quality of life; the reason is uncertain; theories include some nebulous toxicity from the recombinant epoietin, iron toxicity, and altered blood viscosity, increased platelet activity
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And its younger members - choristers - are dwindling in number.
appear more to be that whilst the typical English chorister is not
? Grace Dixon, of Holywell, has been named as one of only eight finalists in the BBC Chorister of the Year 2018 competition
| Durham Cathedral's Chorister school have recorded a specially written hymn
A positive identification of this word requires recourse to Latin--the third of the trilingual elements in "Chorister's," Arundel, and fourteenthcentury English literature in general.
Keira Carter, a Hywel chorister H from the age of seven until 18, now lives in Utah, USA.
Members of the choir study at the Chorister School in Durham - the old stamping ground of former Prime Minister Tony Blair - while undergoing voice training and an intensive rehearsal schedule.
Vocal coach Hilary Jones is to run a special singing workshop and aspiring choristers will give a performance to parents at the end of the afternoon.
Vancouver Opera requires auditions if there has been any change in personnel, such as a new conductor or artistic director, while the Kansas City Lyric only requires an audition if a chorister wants a comprimario role.
FOUR young choir boys have taken their place as choristers in Chester Cathedral's world-renowned choir.