SFL

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AcronymDefinition
SFLSouth Florida (various organizations)
SFLSekmadienio Futbolo Lyga (Lithuanian: Sunday Football League)
SFLStudents for Liberty (est. 2007)
SFLSoldier for Life (US Army)
SFLSkills for Life
SFLSmime Freeware Library
SFLStandard Function Library
SFLState Fishing Lake (various locations)
SFLSecond Foreign Language
SFLSystemic-Functional Linguistics
SFLSaskatchewan Federation of Labour (Canada)
SFLSingle-Family Low (zoning)
SFLSucker for Love
SFLSingle File Line
SFLSociété Foncière Lyonnaise (French: Lyonnaise Property Company; Lyon, France)
SFLShelter for Life (Maple Grove, IL)
SFLSchools Fantasy League
SFLStoner for Life
SFLSolid Film Lubricant
SFLSequenced Flashing Lights
SFLSurgery Fort Lauderdale (Florida)
SFLScreen For Life (CDC cancer screening)
SFLSociété Française du Livre (French: French Book Society)
SFLSimulated Forced Landing (aviation)
SFLStructures Formelles du Langage (French: Formal Structure of Language)
SFLSoldier Focused Logistics
SFLSociété Française de Luth (French: French Lute Society)
SFLSociety of Federal Linguists
SFLStatistiques et Finances Locales (French: Statistics and Local Finance; economics forum)
SFLSciences de La Fabrication et Logistique (French: Science of Manufacturing and Logistics; educational engineering program)
SFLStructural Floor Level
SFLStingray Foundation Library (software)
SFLSteel Flying Lead (Oil & Gas)
SFLSingle-Face Laminate
SFLSafe Fill Level (vessel design, vapor space)
SFLState Farm Life Insurance Company (Bloomington, Illinois)
SFLSanté France-Laos (French: Health France-Laos)
SFLSectorized Fill Layout
SFLSandford Freight Ltd. (Ireland)
SFLSingle Folded Letter (philately)
SFLSize Float Level
SFLSecondary Freon Loop
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'Screen For Life', Qatar's National Breast and Bowel Cancer Screening programme, under Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) marked the global initiative World Cancer Day.
'SCREEN For Life', Qatar's national breast and bowel cancer screening programme, is a full-service network of highly-skilled professionals offering step-by-step, patient support in line with the Primary Health Care Corporation's (PHCC) mission to provide the people of Qatar with world-class cancer screening services.
Qatar's National Breast and Bowel Cancer Screening programme, 'Screen For Life', is launching a month-long awareness drive to mark the international Bowel Cancer Awareness Month in March, reminding people of the importance of the early detection of cancer in saving lives.
THE 'Screen For Life' dedicated mobile screening unit continues to play an increasingly influential role in raising cancer awareness levels across the country.
The Unit also acts as a vehicle to create awareness in public places and strengthen 'Screen for Life' marketing efforts at events and other initiatives.
Tribune News Network Doha Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) is calling on middle-aged men and women in Qatar to make use of the National Breast and Bowel Cancer Screening programme "Screen For Life".
The two-day screening drive, which has become an annual event for HMC and Primary Health Care Corporation's National Breast and Bowel Cancer Screening Program "Screen for Life", provides dialysis patients with easier access to mammogram screening services.
In addition, CDC educates the public about the benefits of colorectal cancer screening through its multiyear, multimedia Screen for Life: National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign.
Purvis and her colleagues studied the cost and effect of the CDC's Screen for Life campaign, which was aimed at increasing public awareness about colorectal cancer.
Purvis and her colleagues studied the cost and effect of the CDC's Screen for life campaign to increase public awareness of colorectal cancer, the centerpiece of which was a 6-week campaign based on advertisements posted to the Yahoo!
The cost per audience exposure was $0.002, ad placement cost per 1,000 audience exposures was $1,43, and the total cost per visit to the Screen for Life Web site initiated through the Yahoo!
The Screen for Life campaign informs Americans 50 years of age or over, the age group most at risk, about the importance of colorectal cancer screening tests for early detection and prevention of the disease.