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LAHORE -- Punjab Healthcare Commission (PHC) during a drive against quacks has inspected scores of clinics in city and closed down 26 more clinics and shops running by quacks and initiated further proceedings against them.
Thank God for this clinic,'' patient Maria Guzman said Monday.
Preschool children enrolled in Northeast's child care program were invited into the dental clinic for a cavity prevention awareness day.
The analyses included 635 patients who had a baseline CD4 cell count on March 1, 2000, and at least one clinic visit or hospitalization later in the study period; half were followed up for at least seven months.
Each clinic, according to the report, received almost $10,000 in free drugs from pharmacies (page 186).
In late 1999, twelve cats were brought to a companion animal veterinary clinic (clinic B) with diarrhea, vomiting, anorexia, and lethargy.
Here, Smith has a duty of loyalty to both his clinic as its president and to the hospital, as a member of the board of directors.
The 2005 winter sports clinic will be a life-changing event for every severely disabled veteran who attends.
These and about 50 other children and young adults from grades K-12 in the Eau Claire, Wisconsin area recently participated in the Learning Enhancement And Progression (LEAP) clinic, a university-community collaborative partnership.
That's what is happening at 380 Second Avenue, as the Margaret Sanger Clinic of Planned Parenthood gets ready to join its executive offices at a Noho location the year.
Yet another way to provide valuable work experience for students and free tax service to the community is to offer students class credit for their formal participation in semester-long tax clinic courses.
Since Clinton's election, incidents of clinic vandalism have increased.