According to the World Bank, the Philippine government requested for a third DRM DPL
with CAT-DDO to 'not only access immediate liquidity in the aftermath of severe disasters but more importantly access to technical support from the World Bank in strengthening their overall DRM policy reforms and developing institutional capacity to implement the reforms at the national and local levels.'
PNS - within 72 hours of Delivery DPLS (Interval Sterilization)
* If the woman comes three months after delivery for DPLS during lactational amenorrhoea, they were given progesterone withdrawal and taken up for surgery after withdrawal bleeding to rule out pregnancy.
[1,3,7] Owing to their busy schedule, a large number of physicians rely on DPLs as a source of information.
 PCs distribute eye-catching DPLs and token gifts to the prescribers, which have a disruptive influence on prescribers' selection of medication.
(186) Under this option, the DPL licensor would publicly announce a specific time period (for example, between zero and sixty months) where their participation in the network would be "non-sticky"--meaning that it could give its six-month notice and then abandon any DPLs it undertook, revoke any DPLs it issued, and leave the network.
It might be advisable to add an optional "Anti-Troll Assignment" provision to the DPL. This provision would explicitly state that if a DPL patent is ever acquired and asserted by a company that does not research, develop, or produce technology in the field of a patent's invention, then the original licensors' DPLs become revocable.