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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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Once administrators reach this decision, they should develop it into a written plan and disseminate it to all participating organizations and personnel.
It gives the Government Printing Office an affirmative responsibility to disseminate electronic information," says James Love of the Taxpayers Assets Project.
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The primary function of multidisciplinary teams was to build consensus that a problem existed, disseminate information about the infection and any planned interventions to their colleagues, and assist infection control professionals with investigations and prevention.
The JRIC also will provide its members with security clearances, and access to systems and facilities necessary to gather, analyze, and disseminate information as part of a comprehensive intelligence cycle.
Juan Vegarra, Chairman and CEO commented, "Having finalized this process is very positive for Vena as Investment Advisors in the US are now able to disseminate information on the Company to their client bases.
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