CRG

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AcronymDefinition
CRGCentre de Rencontre des Générations (French: Center for Meeting of Generations)
CRGCenter for Race and Gender (University of California, Berkeley)
CRGCentre for Genomic Regulation (Barcelona, Spain)
CRGClassification Research Group (UK)
CRGCentre de Recherche en Gestion (French: Center for Research in Management)
CRGCentral Rand Gold (South Africa)
CRGCentre for Research on Globalisation
CRGClinical Reference Group (UK)
CRGCentre Régional de Gériatrie (French: Regional Geriatric Center)
CRGClock and Reset Generator
CRGColeman Research Group (various organizations)
CRGCommission de Recours Gracieux (French: Gracious Appeal Committee)
CRGCommunity Resource Guide (various organizations)
CRGControl Risks Group (various locations)
CRGCancer Research Group (various organizations)
CRGCornerstone Research Group, Inc. (Dayton, OH)
CRGCouncil for Responsible Genetics
CRGContingency Response Group
CRGCentre de Recherche en Géomatique (French: Center for Research in Geomatics; Canada)
CRGCitizens for Responsible Government
CRGConsulting Resource Group
CRGCorporate Renaissance Group
CRGComic Release Group
CRGColumbia River Gorge
CRGCorporate Responsibility Group (various organizations)
CRGCunningham Research Group (Texas)
CRGCorporate Recovery Group
CRGCare Record Guarantee (National Health Service; UK)
CRGCustomer Respect Group (Ipswich, MA)
CRGColorado River Guides, Inc. (Yampa, CO)
CRGCentre de Recherche Gemmologique (French: Center for Gemology Research)
CRGCercle des Régates du Goret (French yacht club)
CRGCrisis Response Group
CRGComputer Resources Group
CRGCluster Resource Group
CRGCarson Realty Group, Inc. (Florida)
CRGCommunications Relay Group
CRGColumbia Resource Group
CRGCivil Registrar-General (Philippines)
CRGCoherent Reference Generator
CRGCochrane Collaborative Review Group
CRGCascade Radio Group (Bellingham, WA)
CRGCommon Receiver Gather (reflection seismology, GPR)
CRGCentral Resource Group
CRGChange Review Group
CRGCorrespondence Review Group (NASA)
CRGCardiorespirography (cardiology)
CRGCharles Ranby Gorwood (UK)
CRGCommunication Reporting Gate
CRGCompressed Raster Graphics
CRGCounterfire Reference Grid
CRGCryptologic Readiness Group
CRGCity Route Graphic
CRGCámara de Radiodifusión Guatemalteca
CRGCockpit Reference Guide (general aviation)
CRGCost Related Group
CRGCompliance Requirements Group
CRGConnected Rule Graph
CRGCredit Recovery Group, LLC (credit restoration service; Richmond, TX)
CRGCustomer Returned Goods
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But things started to turn around with the help of counsellor Dr Sid Binderman, of the Phoenix Cancer Research group, and I began to find strength to cope.
Gerald Draper, the director of the Childhood Cancer Research Group at Oxford University, pointed this out in an editorial in the British Medical Journal.
IARC, an international cancer research group, has suggested that silica, which is widely used in a variety of industries including foundries, may cause cancer, Mosher explained.
The trial is being co-led by the National Cancer Institute, or NCI, part of the National Institutes of Health, and the ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group. The goal of NCI-MATCH is to determine the effectiveness of treating patients based on specific tumor gene changes, independent of cancer type.
This research, by the Childhood Cancer Research Group at the University of Oxford, used cancer information drawn from the National Registry of Childhood Tumours.
The Laura Crane Trust and its new White Rose Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Research Group meets at the team's inaugural conference at Jury's Hotel, Leeds, today.
Rotary clubs have joined hands with a cancer research group to draw attention to its cause in the North East.
A study from the Childhood Cancer Research Group at Oxford University found that children who lived within 200 metres of a high-voltage line had a 69 per cent increased risk of leukaemia.
Dr Gerald Draper, of the Childhood Cancer Research Group at Oxford, said just five of the 400 cases of childhood leukaemia each year may be linked.
He is being treated by Dr Richard Grundy, chairman of the UK Children's Cancer Research Group, who will use the funding to buy US-designed equipment to detect genetic sequences.
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