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Therapeutic Angiogenesis with Recombinant Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 (rFGF-2) for Intermittent Claudication. A clinical trial assessing FGF-2’s ability to improve perfusion in symptomatic atherosclerotic heart disease—i.e., intermittent claudication of the lower extremities
Conclusion Intra-arterial rFGF-2 resulted in a significant increase in peak walking time at 90 days; repeat infusion at 30 days was no better than one infusion
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traffic

1. See Motor vehicles.
2. Sexual traffic, see there.
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Although trafficking groups have little involvement with the individuals arrested in possession of trafficked firearms, these groups require points of acquisition and distribution for the firearm.
Victims were generally not detained, fined, or otherwise penalized for unlawful acts committed as a direct result of their being trafficked.
The government also made slightly increased victim protection efforts by providing limited services to children trafficked for forced begging.
Recommendations for Ireland: Vigorously prosecute trafficking offenses and convict and sentence trafficking offenders; continue to implement procedures to guide officials in proactive identification of possible sex and labor trafficking victims among vulnerable groups, such as unaccompanied foreign minors; continue to take steps that will ensure trafficking victims are not penalized for unlawful acts committed as a direct result of being trafficked; and continue prevention measures targeted at reducing the vulnerability of the unaccompanied foreign minor population to trafficking.
There were no reports of victims being jailed or penalized for unlawful acts committed as a direct result of being trafficked. The government reportedly had a policy of providing refugee status or other legal protections for foreign victims who faced retribution if returned to their country of origin.
Luxembourg is a destination country for women trafficked transnationally for the purpose of sexual exploitation.