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study population

The subjects/patients to be included in a clinical trial, as defined by protocol inclusion/exclusion criteria.
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Majority of the study population were from upper middle class 58.
Genentech said that the primary efficacy endpoint, overall survival, was to be tested in a successive fashion in study populations defined by PD-L1 expression.
The study population comprised of all the students in age groups 7-12 years and 16-21 years registered in 12 Army schools in Lahore.
Because the individuals in the study population provide their own care regarding the use of an intermittent catheter, perhaps Orem's (1985) self-care theory would provide a foundation for this study.
characteristics of the unites that make up the study population.
Nevertheless, our study population still comprised the largest series of patients ever monitored in a step-down unit following isolated tonsillectomy/UPPP.
CAPPD is an all-party group of 54 members of the House of Commons with a mandate to study population and development issues and to influence public policy.
However, diabetes was not significantly associated with Alzheimer's disease in the study population.
Therefore, 78% (of those successfully tested who were found to be resistant to at least one antiretroviral) times 63% (of those eligible for resistance testing since they had a viral load of over 500 copies), gives 49% of the total study population in which reduced susceptibility to at least one antiretroviral was documented.
This estimate is based on the CPCRA NvR study, which had a study population with more advanced disease at entry.
Demographers, scientists who study population statistics, use math equations to both project current population growth and estimate the number of people alive.

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