Comparative morbidity of ablative energy-based salvage
treatments for radio-recurrent prostate cancer.
Begin the salvage
process at the beginning of the claim.
teams have also recovered a Seaking helicopter from a depth of 70 metres in the past.
the Russian Kursk submarine and the possible salvage
of the U864 submarine with a toxic cargo).
No advantage was seen, however, if salvage
radiotherapy began more than 2 years after biochemical recurrence.
Self-certification booklets and checklists were mailed in May to the operators of the auto salvage
yards, with a request to complete the self-audit by the middle of September.
While a third of areas logged in the salvage
effort will eventually be burned under controlled conditions to eliminate such debris and reduce fire danger, scientists cautioned that such burning could cause additional damage to both seedlings and soil.
Even though they would be instrumental in clearing ports and beaches, salvage
units are not addressed adequately in doctrine, war gaming and operational plans, and are bit-players in major fleet exercises, Wilkins charged.
All definitive radiation approaches rely on successful surgical salvage
of local or regional failures in order to achieve survival rates that approach those of primary surgery.
The crew members comprised the Crash and Salvage
Team, which was staying to defend its title as the best on the East Coast.
Due to a long history of drug failures, these people require innovative salvage
therapies that are unaffected by the drug resistance their HIV has built up.
8 billion yen, to salvage
the Ehime Maru, the sunken Japanese fisheries training ship lying on the seabed off Hawaii, and the operation is unlikely to be complete before next year.
Agencies viewed the handling and processing of underwater evidence as nothing more than a salvage
I thought that [prohibition] was kind of silly," he says, "so I would salvage
Within minutes, they've snapped up both--another salvage