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dissemination

Medtalk The spread of a pernicious process–eg, CA, acute infection Oncology Metastasis, see there.

disseminated

(dis-em′ĭ-nāt″ĕd) [ ¹dis- + L. seminare, to sow]
1. Scattered throughout an organ or the body.
Of cancers or microorganisms, scattered or distributed over a considerable area.
dissemination (-em″ĭ-nā′shŏn)
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Mozambique has benefitted from a project on the Improvement of Data Dissemination financed by the United Kingdom's Department for International Development.
Louis Marc Ducharme, Chief Statistician and Data Officer, and Director of the IMF's Statistics Department, welcomed this major milestone in the country's statistical development: 'I congratulate the authorities for the launch of the NSDP, an important step forward in data dissemination. I am confident that Qatar will benefit from using the e-GDDS as a framework for further development of its statistical system.'
Conclusion: CA-125 concentration emerged as a strong predictor of peritoneal dissemination of colo-rectal cancer in our study analysis.
Then, an insatiable desire to materialise that image into reality is aroused, which in turn sparks off the whole process of dissemination: making objects of desire available in an unrestrictive manner.
The e-GDDS was endorsed by the IMF's executive board in May 2015 to support improved data transparency, encourage statistical development, and help create synergies between data dissemination and surveillance.
"They are finding a way to be able to use the remaining funds of the consultative commission for dissemination purposes.
The NSDP is hosted by the Federal Competitiveness and Statistics Authority on its website, and is available on the IMF's Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board.
The work summarized here is important in that there are few, if any, warning dissemination studies that examine the availability of warning sources to the public.
Senegal has benefitted from support by the Department for International Development (DFID) Enhanced Data Dissemination Initiative, financed by the government of the United Kingdom, and by funding from the African Development Bank to build and maintain the open data platform that allows machine-to-machine data transmission.
systematic understanding of how content dissemination influences
Common Data - this is data whose dissemination is subject to certain restrictions.
At the request of the authorities, a mission from the IMF's Statistics Department visited Gaborone during November 2-6, 2015, to assist with the implementation of the Enhanced General Data Dissemination System (e-GDDS), which was endorsed by the Executive Board in May 2015.

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