ARTAC

AcronymDefinition
ARTACAssociation for Research and Treatments Against Cancer (France)
ARTACAdvanced Reconnaissance & Target Acquisition Capability
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Not unless you chose one of the 600 independent agents who are members of ARTAC Worldchoice, I learned.
European doctors are also on the defensive: at a press conference co-organised by the Greens, represented by Marie-Anne Isler-Beguin (Greens/EFA, France), the ALDE, represented by Frederique Ries (ALDE, Belgium), ARTAC (Therapeutic and Anti-Cancer Research Association) associations and CPME (Standing Committee of European Doctors) issued a strict warning backed by factual evidence of the increasing number of cancers (breast, prostate and child cancer).
Trade associations of independents include NAITA (National Association of Independent Travel Agents), ARTAC (Association of Retail Travel Agents' Consortium) and particularly CARTA (Campaign for Real Travel Agents.
They offer the biggest choice, great value and friendly service - and we at The Mirror have teamed up with the big new name for some holiday deals of a lifetime."Worldchoice - which has a network of more shops than all other leading travel agents - was born out of the alliance between the former A T Mays and ARTAC WorldChoice.
Mays and ARTAC WorldChoice, the largest travel agency network in the UK and Ireland, report bookings up 15 per cent on last year.
Ismail Reisli, Hasibe Artac, Sevgi Pekcan *, Reyhan Kara, Kadir Yumlu **, Cuneyt Karagol **, Omer Cimen **, Metin Sen**, Mehmet Artac ***
Dominique Belpomme honed in on the toxic and dangerous character of chemicals which, according to his organistion - lAssociation de Recherche Therapeutique Anti-Cancereuse (ARTAC) - are said to cause the majority of cancers and raise the incidence of infertility and allergies, thus, ultimately, endangering the human race.
Earlier this year, the 425 AT Mays shops linked up with the 625-strong Artac WorldChoice group of independent travel agents to form the UK's largest travel agency network.