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to administer or add a drug to

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Data collected over decades have shown that exposures to 1 gray (Gy)--the dose from perhaps 100 computerized tomography seans--typically increase an individual's lifetime risk of cancer by 5 percent.
Two- and 16-week results presented at the IAS conference demonstrated that patients receiving the 200 mg dose of Reverset experienced significant antiviral benefit.
52 log reduction: possibly a higher dose could have helped others achieve greater than a one-log reduction.
There were no significant differences in the risks of pregnancy between users of mifepristone and users of both levonorgestrel regimens combined, between users of mifepristone and users of single-dose levonorgestrel, and between users of one dose and users of two doses of levonorgestrel.
These machines use a penetrating, high-energy (4 to 6 MV) x-ray beam to minimize the dose of radiation that is delivered to the skin.
One dose of mumps and rubella-containing vaccine required; mumps vaccine is not required for children 7 years of age and older.
As an important step toward this goal, CytRx plans to determine the maximum safe and well-tolerated dose of orally-administered arimoclomol.
Substantial quantities of the drug linger in the body for up to 3 weeks after a single dose, and that lag gives the virus plenty of time to evolve.
Later, a study in Uganda from 1997 to 1999 (the HIVNET 012 clinical trial) found that a single dose of nevirapine given to the mother and a single dose to the infant reduced HIV transmission (from childbirth or breastfeeding) during the first 14 to 16 weeks of life to about half of what it was with a very short course of AZT.
There were three study groups: 16 patients received the first-time dose, which was 70 mCi; 14 patients received their second dose, which was 100 mCi; and six patients received the third dose, which was also 100 mCi and which raised their cumulative dose over the three sessions to 270 mCi.
We are submitting a proposal to the FDA designed to continue bevirimat dose escalation in Phase 2b as soon as possible while we continue to develop an optimized formulation of bevirimat for commercialization.
The committee chose as its point of departure a dose of perchlorate (0.
However, academic performance most often declined among students taking a high dose of the medication.
Proellex was administered in a double-blind manner as a daily oral dose of 12.
The letters take an opposing viewpoint but do not invalidate our main assertions that a) the low dose reported in the Greer et al.