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CEA

(Consumer Electronics Association) See CTA and consumer electronics.
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Conclusion: It is concluded that serum CEA had significant sensitivity in detecting breast cancer in our population.
The second major announcement from Journal and CEA staff is that we will be initiating manuscript review and publication fees for the Journal of Correctional Education, effective October 1, 2008.
CEA has been evolving for several decades in the medical field, but is in its relative infancy when applied to other areas.
Fifty-eight percent of survey respondents say they would prefer an electronics recycling program that facilitates curbside handling, which indicates that consumer convenience is essential to increasing the volume of consumer electronics products recycled, according to the CEA.
It is incredible that CEA supports an alternative that would cost consumers 150% more than CEA's own cost projections for the DTV tuner ($200).
Where there is disagreement is on the need for government regulation to achieve these objectives and, where regulation is agreed to be appropriate, on whether existing provisions of the CEA permit the best regulatory framework.
Although the state of the art of CEA is expanding, the quality of these studies is not consistently excellent nor are the results well communicated.
The CEA seeks to enter into a contract for services to establish a centralized policy processing (CPP) system that will: