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Looking for a Creative Writer to edit a Marketing Company Video
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3 Articles for Fitness in the Eastern Suburbs
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20 Tourism related articles about bolivia (5000words total)
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Master of Professional Writing2001 - 2005 (4 years)
European Public Health Programme: 10 Year Anniversay
A recent publication "Health for the EU in 33 Success Stories" by the European Commission (EC) outlines strategies for improving human health within Europe. The comprehensive publication marks a 10 year anniversary of the EU Health Programme and confronts health challenges European citizens are faced with if they wish to stay healthy and live longer. The complete publication gives a background on the EC's contribution to the EU Health Programme and its vision for the future. The public
Funding Finally for September 11 Cancer Victims
Funding of 2.8 billion dollars has been approved for September 11 Cancer victims. The subsidy was accepted Monday 10 September, 2012, the day before the eleventh anniversary of 9/11 attacks. The aid is part of the Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act to help those who suffer from the 9/11 attacks. During the assaults 2996 people died. Unfortunately this figure is continuously increasing due to delayed illnesses such as cancer. During the attacks heavy upheaval occurred, causing high-level carcinogenic
Hospital Hygiene and Copper
Hospital Hygiene and pathogen accumulation can be a deadly killer in Europe's hospitals. Touch surfaces such as door handles, touch plates, bed rails, call buttons and toilet seats are common sites for microbial colonization. The material used in the production of these fittings can play a key role in regulating hygiene in hospitals. Microbes such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), viruses, bacteria, fungi, Influenza A, Salmonella enteritidis, Vancomycinresistant Enterococcus faeca
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