GLC

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GLCGreat Little Car (Mazda model introduced in 1977)
GLCGreater London Council
GLCGrace Lutheran Church (various locations)
GLCGoldie Lookin' Chain (hip-hop collective)
GLCGas Liquid Chromatography
GLCGreat Lakes Central (railroad)
GLCGood Luck Chuck (movie)
GLCGlobal Learning Consortium
GLCGrade Logic Control
GLCGreat Little Car
GLCGreen Light Committee (various organizations)
GLCGreat Lakes Conference (various organizations)
GLCGreen Lantern Corps (DC Comics)
GLCGeneral Labor Confederation (Lebanon)
GLCGlaucoma
GLCGethsemane Lutheran Church (various locations)
GLCGlobal Learning Consortium (Lake Mary, FL)
GLCGovernment-Linked Company
GLCGod's Learning Channel
GLCGeorgia Learning Connections
GLCGood Life Center (Harborside, ME)
GLCGround Level Concentration
GLCGlobal Linear Collider
GLCGreater Louisville Classic (sports; Louisville, KY)
GLCGreat Lakes Crossing (Michigan)
GLCGreat Lakes College (Michigan)
GLCGay and Lesbian Caucus (National Education Association)
GLCGraphic Logic Controller (computer displays)
GLCGeographic Locator Codes
GLCGenerator Line Contactor
GLCGeorge Louis Costanza (Seinfeld character)
GLCGeneral Language Course
GLCGreat Lakes Commission des Grands Lacs (Ann Arbor, MI)
GLCGuiding Light Church (Birmingham, AL)
GLCG-Induced Loss of Consciousness
GLCGlobal Land Coalition
GLCGenealogical Library Catalog
GLCGeorgian Lottery Company (est. 2009)
GLCGraduate Loan Center (Chicago, IL)
GLCGreyhound Lines Canada
GLCGround Level Conditions
GLCGeneral Labor Code
GLCGroup Logistic Coordinator
GLCGreat Lakes Centers for Occupational and Environmental Health
GLCGeneral Layout Component
GLCGravity Induced Loss of Consciousness
GLCGroup Learning Centre
GLCGhana Leasing Company (est. 1991)
GLCGoodLink Client
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While the numbers varied between nations, investigators with the international Preserving Effective TB Treatment Study (PETTS) saw a concerning pattern: The prevalence of drug-resistant strains correlated with the time that the second-line drugs had become available through the Green Light Committee, a World Health Organization program designed to increase access to second-line antituberculosis agents.
Resistance to fluoroquinolones and second-line injectable drugs--but not to other oral second-line drugs--was significantly less prevalent in countries that had Green Light Committee approved projects.
The Green Light Committee Initiative--an effort launched in 2000 to help low-income countries respond to the problem--has led to treatment of 63,000 cases of multidrug-resistant TB in 70 countries and territories.
The Green Light Committee established by the Stop TB partners (4), which ensures the proper use of second-line drugs to prevent increasing drug resistance in MDR TB cases in resource-limited countries, encountered resistance to these drugs.