Lampic

Lam´pic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or produced by, a lamp; - formerly said of a supposed acid.
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Lampic ve arkadaslarinin [17] yaptiklari calismada, kanser tanisi alan hastalarin hastaliga ve tedavi surecine uyum sorunlari yasadiklari ve sosyal gereksinimlerini yeterince karsilayamadiklari belirtilmistir.
Lampic C, Peterson VW, Larsson G, Sjoden O, Essen L.
In this sense, the good adjustment of these cancer survivors could be explained as a result of a benefit finding, produced by the experience of positive consequences, and/or even some sort of personal growth (Mattsson, Ringner, Ljungman, & von Essen, 2007; Sundberg, Lampic, Bjork, Arvidson, & Wettergren, 2009; Yi & Zebrack, 2010; Zebrack et al.
Even in cases when fertility preservation could not be performed, patients - and in particular, women - should be informed about their risk of decreased fertility and their risk of entering menopause prematurely," senior researcher Claudia Lampic, of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, told Reuters Health in an email.
En la actualidad se tiene evidencia cientifica que indica que los pacientes con cancer experimentan niveles significativamente altos de distres emocional en el momento del diagnostico inicial, de la recurrencia del tumor y durante el estado terminal de la enfermedad (Cella, Mahon & Donovan, 1999; Frojd, Larsson, Lampic & von Essen, 2007; Juan et al.
Lead researcher Dr Claudia Lampic said that both men and women were overly optimistic about a woman's chance of becoming pregnant
We had excellent results with the race car engine," said Milan Lampic, director of research and development at Fritz Winter.