UPCIUnited Pentecostal Church International
UPCIUniversity of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
UPCIUpper Plains Contracting, Inc. (Aberdeen, SD)
UPCIUnique Patient Client Identifier (UK)
UPCIUrban per Capita Income (income measurement)
UPCIUrinary Protein C Inhibitor (biochemistry)
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Memorials may be made to the United Pentecostal Church (Home Mission Fund), c/o UPCI World Headquarters, 36 Research park Court, Weldon Springs, Missouri 63304.
The UPCI does not recognize the validity of trinitarian baptism, requires immersion, and insists that new members be baptized "in the name of Jesus Christ." Some Pentecostal churches suggest the need for rebaptism of those who have apostatized and have been subsequently restored.
Perez Cano said the UPCI would proceed with the complaint by soliciting information from all affected parties on both sides of the border during a 28-day period following publication of the complaint.
[11] Nonstandard abbreviations: EVMS, Eastern Virginia Medical School; PCa, prostate cancer; PSA, prostate-specific antigen; EDRN, National Cancer Institute Early Detection Research Network; BPH, benign prostatic hyperplasia; CTRC, University of Texas Health Center at San Antonio; UPCI, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute; JHU, Johns Hopkins University Medical Center; CPDR, Center for Prostate Disease Research; UAB, University of Alabama Birmingham.
(107.) Religious Tolerance.org, Homosexuality and the Pentecostal movement, http://www.religioustolerance.org/hom upci.htm (last visited Jan.
Andrew Baum is the deputy director for Cancer Control and Population Sciences of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) and editor of the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
The University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute has launched a redesigned Web site at upci.upmc.edu to provide cancer information...
Washington, February 5 ( ANI ): University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) researchers have uncovered a technique to halt the growth of cancer cells, leading them to a potential new anti-cancer therapy.