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Dissemination

 

the spread of pathogens from an infectious and isolated focus or of tumorous cells from the main site to other parts of an organ or throughout the entire organism via the circulatory and lymphatic systems. After dissemination, generalization of the pathological process usually sets in; there is development of new, frequently numerous, foci, or metastases.

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In February, the Computer Information Delivery Services (CIDS), which is owned by Martin Marietta and disseminates information for several federal agencies, began to carry dispatch, as well as transcripts of daily press briefings, travel advisories, and James Baker's speeches, testimony, and press conferences.
Newsletters of other advocacy groups, such as United Seniors (United Seniors Health Report) and the Alzheimer's Association (AD Newsletter), serve as vehicles to disseminate information and services.
Additionally, Watch Command tracks New York City weather conditions through the National Weather Service and disseminates related hazard information to City agencies.
Many libraries have designed systems to disseminate maps and geographic data online, but the focus is either regional or item specific.
The panel has or will disseminate its work through books and monographs, yearly reports at ASCA's annual national conference, yearly research review articles, and occasional comprehensive research review articles submitted to Professional School Counseling.
No agency funds shall be used "to disseminate scientific information that is deliberately false or misleading," the statute commands.