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BMT

(industrial engineering)
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The new BMT unit will offer world-class facilities to patients with support throughout the treatment from evaluation and preparation to the bone marrow transplant procedure followed by long-term monitoring after the transplant.
The researchers found that there were 295 deaths in the cohort, for an overall survival rate of 79.3 percent at 20 years after BMT. Infection and/or chronic graft-versus-host disease, primary disease, and subsequent malignant neoplasms were the leading causes of death (49.6, 24.6, and 18.4 percent, respectively).
Jack Thomas from bmt Promotions says, "We sell a substantial number of promotional products to our customers who are advertising their products and services in expos across the country.
The notification of CADD said 'On the subject of extension of contract appointments of the staff working in BMT center it has been proposed not to extend their contract in order to avoid administrative issues.
BMT said that its wind engineering experts have completed aerodynamic shape optimisation studies, wind loading analyses and facade wind pressure assessments.
They said that BMT started in 1980's and now millions of bone marrow transplants are performed all over the world.
The experts stressed the need for good quality BMT centres, better control of infections and increasing funding for BMT in Pakistan.
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Through the creation of a 3D CAD model and representation of the FPSO below the water line, the team of specialists at BMT were able to run a comprehensive experimental and numerical study of the manoeuvring characteristics.
Compared with ordinary microfinance, BMT is one step ahead as BMT is able to serve and help all level of poor, all the way down to the poorest of the poor (bottom of pyramid / the ones who have nothing), while the ordinary microfinance usually can only serve 'the economically active poor' or the poor people who already have income / profitable micro business and are able to pay interest / profit-sharing.
They performed a cross-sectional study of the barriers to BMT use among people attending a single community-based harm reduction agency that provides syringe exchange and various social services "within an area of New York City that is severely impacted by drug use, HIV/AIDS, and hepatitis C." The 102 study participants enrolled during a 6-week period, volunteering to complete a 25-minute computer-assisted self-interview in exchange for a small amount of cash as compensation.