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The Breast Health Global Initiative (BHGI), cosponsored by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Susan G Komen for the Cure of Breast Cancer, encouraged the development of evidence-based, economically feasible, and culturally sensitive guidelines that can be used in nations with limited health care resources, with the aim of improving breast cancer outcomes (10,31.) The other objectives of the BHGI guidelines are to assist ministers of health, policymakers, administrators, and institutions in working out resource allocation as breast cancer treatment programs are implemented in their resource-constrained regions (3,31).
Thompson, "Global uptake of BHGI guidelines for breast cancer," The Lancet Oncology, vol.
BHGI chief operating officer Juan Francisco De La Lama states, "We retained the services of this particular established and renowned financial advisory firm because of their investment banking team's extensive experience in Latin America and Mexico.
(OTC: BHGI) has entered into an agreement to acquire a private company with various subsidiaries having operations in retail stores, wholesale distribution, construction, real estate development, banking and financial services throughout Mexico, the company said on Wednesday.
Breast health global iniative (BHGI) outline for program developmenting Latin America.
(The purport behind its apparently being enjoined for the enlightened in certain passages, e.g., BAU 1.4.7, is merely to reinforce what such a person is already inclined to do.) Those who choose to continue to carry out duties, on the other hand, do so merely "for the guidance of people" (lokasangraha), following the example of Krsna (see BhGi 3.22-24).
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