of the HPV vaccination programme on cervical abnormalities in Victoria, Australia: an ecological study.
That handicap appeared to be firmly in Czech coach Michal Bilek's mind in preparation as his side targeted what was shown to be a glaring weakness to devastating early effect
One early effect
of the Battle of the Atlantic on the British public was the introduction of the measure to make sure there was enough to go around.
The fervour did have an early effect
on Carlos Cuellar, who almost committed defensive suicide inside the opening minute only to be bailed out by keeper Allan McGregor.
It was early January when trainers Hayley Keightley and Carly Philpott joined forces, and to some early effect
, as the Roxholme Kennels-based operation raced clear at the top of the Trainers' Championship.
This early effect
is unlikely to be down to just glucose-lowering, antihypertensive effects of the background medications used, or weight loss because of this speed of onset.
Throughout our preclinical programs, and as now demonstrated by our clinical data, we generally experience an early effect
on the disease.
One early effect
of the agreement was that Repsol shares performed strongly on the Spanish Ibex 35 Stock exchange, increasing in value by around 4 percent in the early hours of trading on Tuesday morning.
As good as some of the freshmen have already shown they can be, the biggest early effect
of newcomers in the Pac-12 is coming from transfers.
Construction Industry FMI Productivity Report says: "The early effect
of the recession on the nonresidential construction sector included significant productivity improvement.
Studies on exposure or early effect
biomarkers can in principle provide an integrated measurement of the effect of complex chemical exposures.
Many of the product provider offerings are adding weight to the argument by diminishing the early effect