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  • Stone, B. M. Ljung, and J. A. Cauleys, “Sex Hormones, Risk Factors, and Risk of Estrogen Receptor–Positive Breast Cancer in Older Women: A Long-Term Prospective Study,” Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention: A Publication of the American Association for Cancer Research, Cosponsored by the American Society of Preventive Oncology 14, no.

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  • The investigation, called the Prospective Studies Collaboration, pooled information on

  • The recoverable portion of Undiscovered Petroleum-Initially-in-Place is referred to as Prospective Resources; the remainder is classified as unrecoverable.

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  • In this study, called the Prospective Population Study of Women


  • The trial, called the Prospective Multicenter Study On Radiation Dose Estimates Of Cardiac CT Angiography In Daily Practice I (PROTECTION I), analyzed factors and the amount of radiation from cardiac CT testing in 1,965 patients undergoing CCTA.


  • * Special campus visit days such as Prospective Athlete or First Year Information days are shorter and may include a different set of activities.


  • Prospective employers all over the world have posted their announcements for jobs in ESL.

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  • Prospective candidates for a job in Las Vegas were required to be able to lift 50 pounds "repeatedly" and to "tolerate secondhand smoke" as well as possess a "thorough knowledge of wine."

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  • Down Payments Prospective home buyers in New Jersey face the nation's highest down payments.

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  • Bloomberg News Prospective home buyers in New Jersey face the nation's highest down payments.

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