CZAP

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CZAPCoastal Zone Asia Pacific (conference)
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Czap (2012), "Corruption: Democracy, Autocracy, and Political Stability," Economic Analysis & Policy 42(1): 51-66.
In his March 2012 editorial, Czap urges supplement manufacturers and trade associations to educate themselves and their members on how to identify and avoid laboratories that fabricate results.
"If a manufacturer doesn't have the expertise to perform such an audit, or it doesn't know what specifications to set," writes Endres, "it could hire a third-party company with expertise in laboratory sciences, GMP compliance, and analytical chemistry to help." Czap refers readers to qualified, independent organizations such as NSF or NSF-DBA for instruction.
"Practitioners and consumers need to become savvy enough to smell a rotten egg when one is handed to them," Czap warned in a 2004 editorial.
"What I fear is the end result of poorly manufactured knockoffs--the Son of SAMe"--could provide ammunition for foes of dietary supplements who want greater government controls, wrote Al Czap, the journal's publisher (Altern.
Czap et al., "[beta]-Blockers associated with no class-specific survival benefit in acute intracerebral hemorrhage," Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.
Thorne will maintain a consulting relationship to pursue quality and development initiatives with Al Czap, who will retain a minority interest in the company.
"DNP's management team has spent three years working with Thorne's founders Al Czap and Kelly Czap to effectuate a partnership that we believe best serves Thorne's customers.
Peter Czap made the important point that the law of 5 October 906 gave peasants civil rights equal to those of non-peasants.
On its abolition, see Czap, "Peasant-Class Courts." In cases I examined, community service was never made an option, although 19th-century observers noted that peasants convicted to jail terms in some areas accomplished tasks for the township administration during their arrests (Tenishev, Pravosudie, 187).
Survivors include her husband; three daughters, Judy Bond of Springfield, Cheryl Higgins of Bend and Linda Czap of King City; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Al Czap is the Publisher of Alternative Medicine Review.