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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation Master of Dental Surgery

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  • The guitarist, now 57, then found out he faced a potentially fatal condition called MDS aka pre-leukemia that required a bone-marrow transplant.

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  • Life seemed promising again; until they discovered a short time later that the chemotherapy and radiation had caused him to develop Myelodysplastic Syndrome, known as MDS, a precursor to leukemia, that damaged his chromosomes and has led to the precarious life-threatening state he is in now.

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  • The MDS is an evolutionarily ancient part of the brain, which suggests that this system of prediction has been conserved by evolution, and is therefore quite important.

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  • Life seemed promising again; until they discovered a short time later that the chemotherapy and radiation had caused him to develop Myelodysplastic Syndrome, known as MDS, a precursor to leukemia, that damaged his chromosomes and has led to the precarious life-threatening state he is in now.

    Darryle Pollack: A Tribute To My Ex-Husband’s Girlfriend

  • The MDS is an evolutionarily ancient part of the brain, which suggests that this system of prediction has been conserved by evolution, and is therefore quite important.

    Michael Taft: The GOP Primary: A Predictable Storm

  • NYSE-listed MDS, which is acting on a long-awaited plan to break itself apart, also announced a $400 million to $450 million share buyback program and plans to sell its early-stage pharmaceutical services unit.

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  • The MDS is an evolutionarily ancient part of the brain, which suggests that this system of prediction has been conserved by evolution, and is therefore quite important.

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  • The MDS is an evolutionarily ancient part of the brain, which suggests that this system of prediction has been conserved by evolution, and is therefore quite important.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The MDS is an evolutionarily ancient part of the brain, which suggests that this system of prediction has been conserved by evolution, and is therefore quite important.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The MDS is an evolutionarily ancient part of the brain, which suggests that this system of prediction has been conserved by evolution, and is therefore quite important.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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