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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

traffic

1. See Motor vehicles.
2. Sexual traffic, see there.
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Officials from the county superior court systems - which are ultimately responsible for sanctioning the growing number of online traffic schools - say the feedback they receive from mandatory surveys are overwhelmingly positive.
The popularity also accounts for the boom in the online traffic school market.
Web traffic schools have tried to price each other out of the market (courses average $20 to $25) and often look for a competitive edge by offering everything from a better-written program to superior customer service.
Traffic Station's leadership has been recognized through its selection as partner in the AZTech and iTravel Federal Model Deployment initiatives in Phoenix and New York.
With the Most Advanced Interactive Traffic Information Available
Traffic Station is also working with Microsoft to deliver its traffic solutions on Windows CE for the AutoPC(TM)'s and Handheld PCs and with Phone.
We're delighted to be working with ElectricVillage and the Katz Radio Group," said George Rogerson, the president and CEO of the Traffic Station.
Geoff Halstead, the Traffic Station's vice president and director of Strategic Business Development, added, "By combining the power of radio and the Internet, ElectricVillage has created a powerful and efficient tool for advertisers to reach their customers and maximize their advertising investment.
The Traffic Station launched on October 1, 1997 with services in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta and Houston, with an additional 11 cities to be deployed by the first quarter of 1998.
to Enterprises Extends Traffic Station's Service Offering
This new relationship will enable rapid deployment of Traffic Station's real-time traffic information and up-to-the minute traffic alerts across Palm Computing and Windows CE-based handheld devices to hundreds of thousands of mobile users of AvantGo's interactive service, AvantGo.
Bob Schulenburg, vice president of production, added: "At the same time as launching new markets, we are also gearing up for the December 1999 launch of Traffic Station v2.