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Further, given the nature of its business, concentration risk is likely to remain high for PFS until it reaches to significant level of total asset base wherein individual exposure represents smaller proportion of total asset base.
By becoming a PFS, a practitioner is joining other dedicated, passionate professionals with whom they can share ideas and experiences.
PFS builds on the concept of sustainability, which has its origins in the environmental movement, urban studies, and in community and global economic development (Agyeman, Bullard, & Evans, 2003; Fernando, 2003; Rogers & Ryan, 2001).
At the heart of PFS technology is a relational database that stores name-space information for all locally attached storage devices.
The PFS was the first accreditation instituted by AICPA; the second was the Business Valuation accreditation.
The Company previously reported that overall median PFS for all 55 patients (ITT population) in the Phase 2 study was 4.
Two PFS practitioners, each with over 20 years' experience, agree.
Typically, the PFS exam is offered twice a year, in June and in November.
The efficacy of AP23573 was evaluated using two closely related measures of disease progression: CBR (characterized as tumor regression - complete or partial response - or disease stabilization for at least four cycles by RECIST guidelines), and PFS (reported as the six-month rate and the median duration).
Although all PFS candidates still are required to pass an examination, the AICPA will recognize exams other than the Institute's PFS exam.
Upon successful completion of the PFS exam, submit six references to substantiate working experience in PFP.