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(Date:3/20/2015)... DUBLIN , Mar. 19, 2015 Research and Markets ... the "Iris Biometrics - Global Strategic Business Report" ... worldwide markets for Iris Biometrics in US$ Thousands. The report ... , Japan , Europe ... East , and Latin America . ...
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(Date:3/28/2015)... One in three young athletes who ... today at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine’s ... long term success of surgery for patients aged 18 ... from 242 patients who underwent ACL reconstruction between 1993 ... FRACS, from North Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre. ...
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(Date:3/28/2015)... Portland, OR (PRWEB) March 28, 2015 ... in the media regarding recent changes and proposals around ... TV , current and former collegiate student-athletes across a ... experiences and reflect on common challenges. The special panel ... the country in sports ranging from football, track and ...
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... helped the Communicable Diseases Centre (CDC) at Atlanta identify a ... and Japan early this year. The new cholera pathogen, transmitted ... for scientists across the world. // ,The reason behind ... Indians made the discovery. “We received calls from the US ...
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