Adjusted mean total health costs in the year after diagnosis for the hypofractionated-endorsed group was $31,641 for those who used conventional WBI
and $28,747 for those treated with hypofractionated WBI
(difference, $2894; 95% Cl, $1610-$4234; p < .
Rick Stapenhurst, parliamentary adviser to WBI
and Professor of Practice at McGill University, led the opening address along with Paul Belisle, former Clerk in the Canadian Senate.
The freedom and challenge of making everything fit exerted an irresistible pull, and he has been in installation ever since, founding WBI
in 1991, he says.
The need for an effective alternative to WBI
is becoming increasingly important because "women who had implants 10, 15, or 20 years ago are growing into the age where they are developing breast cancer," said Dr.
This article discusses an effectiveness evaluation of the process of designing, developing, and implementing a graduate level course aimed at teaching the concepts and principles underlying WBI
There is no right answer for deciding whether a vertical portal, CAL or WBI
is best, or whether WebCT, Blackboard or another is preferable.
in an association's Web offerings can extend revenue sources and enhance the recognition of the association as a provider of critical education services to its members.
NYSE: MDU), changed their name to be part of the newly created WBI
Results demonstrated that APBI brachytherapy leads to equivalent overall survival, local and regional cancer control rates as compared to WBI
after breast conserving surgery for selected patients with early stage breast cancers.
Subsequently, following a recommitment of capital from the Wicks Group of Companies, WBI
acquired Corporate Legal Times LLC (CLT; Chicago, IL), the producer of Corporate Legal Times, a monthly for general counsel and other in-house corporate counsel, and the annual SuperConference.
Manoni added that WBI
has no plans for any futher divestitures in the near future.
Launched in January 2008, the WBI
database has amassed more than 1.