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  • abbr. : Comma, used in communication systems without punctuation marks (e.g., telegrams).


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  • I was just thinking about the "infamous reject" cma - CMA - * CMA*!!!

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  • In infants under the age of one year, CMA is reportedly IgE-mediated in 57-64% of the cases (Vanto et al. 1999, Saarinen & Savilahti 2000).

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  • In most textbooks CMA is considered to be rare in adults.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • The CMA is looking at these issues right now as it works to develop a research paper on the relationship between the public and private health-care systems in Canada.

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  • The CMA is very supportive of the creative initiatives that are being undertaken to improve health research within the broad context of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, and to improve health information through the expanded mandate of the Canadian Institute of Health Information.

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  • CMA is usually the first major food allergy, since cow’s milk rpoteins are the first source of foreign antigens massively ingested in infancy.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • As the CMA is a large, mainstream medical society, this caused quite a stir.

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  • Alternative mammalian milks, such as sheep, buffalo, horse, camel or goat, present an even higher risk of cross-reactivity and are not recommended at all in CMA.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Now the Computer Crime Unit has been swallowed by SOCA, the enforcing authority for the CMA is your local plod.

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  • Someone who was up late watching the CMA is our Reynolds Wolf, maybe even Rob Marciano because he's not in today and you are.

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