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Therefore if systemic conditions permit, the position paper suggests that the start of antiresorptive therapy should be delayed until the patient's dental health is optimized.
A source said that now South Africa has prepared a nine- page position paper in which it has reportedly mentioned that the proposals by the ' Big Three' are " against the very democratic principles that Nelson Mandela stood for".
According to the Academy's position paper, dental caries - also known as tooth decay - "is the most prevalent, chronic, common and transmissible infectious oral condition in humans.
The position paper proposes moving towards a single Act that replaces the Financial Management and Accountability Act and the Commonwealth Authorities and Companies Act.
Controversially, the position paper argues for statutory legal reform decriminalising assisted dying.
The Position Paper furthermore does not examine the costs or the consequences of the prohibition it perpetuates.
The position papers, setting out in detail the European Council of Optometry and Optics (ECOO) attitude to paediatric eye care and low vision, were published to mark World Optometry Day.
Position papers, which serve as longer expositions of an issue and have a fuller explanation of APHA policy, are recommended to be about 3,000 words.
EDEK leader Yiannakis Omirou said that during the ad-hoc meeting with the leaders of the main political parties last Sunday -- the day before the start of the intensive talks -- Christofias had assured them that "not only would he reject the Turkish Cypriot side's (most recent) document, he would refuse to have any discussion on it -- in effect deny that the position paper exists.
Acknowledging that supplements may be needed to fill dietary gaps for some consumers, the American Dietetic Association (ADA)--in an updated position paper titled "Nutrient Supplementation"--said that people should obtain nutrients through a variety of nutrient-rich foods in order to be healthy and reduce risk of chronic disease.
In a new position paper produced as a response to the proposed revision to IAS 19 by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), EDHEC has shown that the immediate recognition of the volatility of pension surpluses and deficits in the profit and loss accounts of the sponsor may lead pension funds to shed risky assets.
A new position paper on preeclampsia urges a stepped-up team approach between obstetricians and hypertension experts to managing the disorder, which complicates up to 7% of all pregnancies and is responsible for nearly one-third of all premature births.