from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Latin Scientiae Magister (Master of Science)
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"Our research indicates that much of the C.D burden in the United States is in persons with prediabetes and undiagnosed diabetes, who are not being screened for C.D," comments Laura C. Plantinga, ScM (University of C.lifornia, San Francisco).
In order to better understand the prevalence of MRSA in different patient populations, lead author Leonard Mermel, DO, ScM, worked with researchers at The Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Emory University and other organizations to obtain specimens from the noses of a variety of patients.
"Variance in adherence to cancer care guidelines can be a call for improved provider education or reconsideration of health policy," according to senior author Julie Lange, MD, ScM, FACS, associate professor of surgery, oncology and dermatology at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, MD, and a member of the NCCN Melanoma Committee.
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The study, led by Johanna M. Seddon, MD, ScM, Professor of Ophthalmology at Tufts University School of Medicine and Director of the Ophthalmic Epidemiology and Genetics Service at Tufts Medical Center, evaluated six genotypes that either increase or decrease risk for AMD.