antihemophilic factor

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antihemophilic factor

[¦an·tē‚hē·mə′fil·ik ‚fak·tər]
(biochemistry)
A soluble protein clotting factor in mammalian blood. Also known as factor VIII; thromboplastinogen.
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TRUE-AHF randomised 2 157 patients with AHF to continuous intravenous infusion of ularitide (15 ng/kg/min) or placebo for 48 hours.
Launched in 1987, AHF is the largest service organization focused on AIDS and provides care in 15 U.
Hassan Khonat, Operations Director at AHF FC sponsors 24|7 Home Rescue, said, "Congratulations to AHF FC
The discontinuation of AHF will have an impact on residential school survivors and their descendants, said DeGagne.
Given the profits Johnson & Johnson has made on these lifesaving drugs, the fact that they will not extend the legally required drug pricing discounts to a safety net care provider like AHF is shameful, added Weinstein.
When it began in 1987, AHF was the AIDS Hospice Foundation, and the main operational objective was to provide specialized hospice care for people living with AIDS, a disease that, at that time, was considered a death sentence.
The AHF - India urged people to use condoms and 'Stay Negative' from AIDS.
This means that (the AHF) will punish Japan and I will be punished, too, if we go ahead with the replays as scheduled, but there is no choice but to do it,'' Japan Handball Association President and AHF Vice President Yoshihide Watanabe said.
According to AT&T, its solution will incorporate expanded bandwidth to enable electronic health records to be supported, and provide converged communications between AHF headquarters and remote locations.
OPENING CEREMONY: Jean Humphreys, chairman of the board of directors (left), Neil Double, chief executive (centre) and Gary Schocklidge, also of AHF, with AHF prize winners Becki Morrow, who won first prize of a pounds 2,000 holiday voucher, Lewis O'Connor who took second prize of a pounds 1,500 holiday voucher, and Amanda Montgomery who was awarded third prize of a pounds 500 holiday voucher