PACCE

AcronymDefinition
PACCEPioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement (Wisconsin)
PACCEProfessional Association of Clark County Educators (Association of American Educators; Nevada)
PACCEProfessional Association of Cabin Crew Employees (UK)
PACCEProfessional Association for Construction Computing Excellence LLC
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(34.) Gorodner JO, Seijo A, Pacce M, Bottinelli O, Merino DE, Lazarte M, et al.
(44.) Siri' Na Pacce Bangun Pluralitas Etnis' [Siri' and Pacce build ethnic plurality], Pedoman Rakyat, 30 Dec.
She now works actively with People Against a Chemically Contaminated Environment (PACCE), wearing a black wig to cover the bald spots created by high doses of chemotherapy.
George Fukunaga, chairman and CEO, SERVCO Pacific Inc.: "I jog on a trampoline and travel for a change of pacce."
Two trials, the Bowel Oncology and Cetuximab Antibody (BOND)-2 study [7], and the Panitumumab Advanced Colorectal Cancer Evaluation (PACCE) study [8] have reported inconsistent results.
The Panitumumab Advanced Colorectal Cancer Evaluation (PACCE) trial evaluated the benefit of adding panitumumab to standard first-line oxaliplatin (n=823) or irinotecan-based therapy (n=230) plus bevacizumab [31].
These results do not confirm the excessive toxicity as reported in the Panitumumab Advanced Colorectal Cancer Evaluation (PACCE) trial [FOLFOX or 5-fluorouracil, leucovorin and irinotecan (FOLFIRI)+bevacizumab with or without panitumumab].
However, the preliminary finding of the Panitumumab Advanced Colorectal Cancer Evaluation (PACCE) study (see below) have raised concerns regarding the efficacy and toxicity of combining EGFR- and VEGF-targeted antibody therapy.
The data of the Panitumumab Advanced Colorectal Cancer Evaluation (PACCE) study were presented for the first time.
Alessio Pacces analyzes what he labels idiosyncratic private benefits of control.