CBer


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CB·er

 (sē-bē′ər)
n.
One that uses a CB radio.

CBer

or CB'er

(ˈsiˈbi ər)

n. Informal.
a person who owns and operates a CB radio.
[1960–65]
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According to the agency, the consolidation will let CBER concentrate its expertise on the areas of vaccines and blood safety, and on biologic scientific areas such as gene therapy and tissue transplantation.
Despite that perception, because CDER is not as familiar with biologics as CBER, it could take a lot longer for some of these drugs to be approved,'' Ghodsian said.
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acting director of the Office of Cellular, Tissue, and Gene Therapies at CBER.
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