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Measuring Effects on Intima Media Thickness: An Evaluation of Rosuvastatin Ongoing Trial. A trial that evaluated the effect of rosuvastatin on carotid intima-media thickness in asymptomatic patients with a low risk of coronary heart disease events
Conclusion The change in maximum carotid intima-media thickness for the 12 carotid artery sites was -0.0014 mm/year for the rosuvastatin group vs. +0.0131 mm/year for the placebo group (p < 0.001). Similar results were observed for segment-specific rates, except for the change in the internal carotid artery, which was p = 0.02
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As previously reported, Meteoric reached an agreement with North Australian Diamonds Limited (ASX:NAD) for NAD to explore a 500sq km package of tenements in the unexplored West Arunta region of WA for diamonds (MEI ASX release 1 June 2011).
Only ten of the companies in the index had enjoyed a comparable meteoric one-day gain.
One of our British correspondents, Margaret Willis, caught up with him backstage at the Royal Opera House as he talked about his meteoric career.
After a meteoric rise in sales in the 1990s, use of botanical dietary supplements appears to have plateaued, according to a study in the 14 February 2005 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine.
The meteoric rise in the cost of medical insurance is a subtler competitive force that makes healthcare hard to obtain for low wage earners.
The meteoric rise of Dana Schutz, a twenty-eight-year-old painter fresh from the MFA program at Columbia University, serves for many as a reiteration of the way in which the art world mirrors the entertainment industry, with its privileging of youth over experience and its perpetual quest for fresh talent.
Set against the backdrop of the New Negro Movement and Marcus Garvey's meteoric ascent, the purpose of Negro History Week was not only to lay honor upon those ancestral black legions, but also to assault, day by day, the reigning orthodoxy that held that the Negro was not fit for democracy.
"TechTarget's meteoric success, which I forecasted in a speech at NEPA in 2000 to a crowd of sceptics, truly defies gravity," Levenson said.
The landscape is marked by generously spaced steps, with each threshold highlighted by long strips of laser-cut metal plates that chronologically document the company's meteoric rise and expansion.
Disco legend Donna Summer has released her autobiography, charting her, and Disco's, meteoric rise and fall.
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She tracks the meteoric rise of corporate diversity trainings, considered a matter of economic survival but proven ineffective in improving race relations on the job, and examines "re-evaluation counseling," a therapeutic model that she names a "stealth" strategy--on the surface egalitarian but truly controlled by one man.