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and others appreciated the efforts of ITP for arranging such an informative programme and hoped for further improved performance of ITP in future.
16 In spite of these data, further studies are needed for determination of relationship between sex and ITP.
People suffering with chronic ITP may live with increased risk of severe bleeding events that can result in serious medical complication, or even death.
In case of ITP the number of such platelets is markedly high due to excessive peripheral platelet destruction.
The revised shareholder agreement ensures security of supply of turbines and the continued access by Rolls-Royce to relevant ITP engineering and R/D capabilities.
For those suffering from ITP, the daily fear of experiencing a serious bleeding episode can be emotionally stressful and extremely difficult for both patients and their families.
ITP Fund III received strong support from a diverse group of institutional, individual and family trust investors globally in addition to a significant financial commitment from Investcorp, which has offices in Bahrain, New York and London.
Bussel of the Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City presented findings from two trials that together included 231 ITP patients.
By working with ITP and its array of BestPractices energy efficiency resources, industry is learning it can save money, increase production, reduce harmful emissions and enhance global competitiveness.
Those who are referred to the program are the most troubled inmates, the ones the committee thinks would benefit most from the self-control and discipline ITP teaches.
DIG Headquarters Ashraf Zubair Siddiqui, AIG Operations Dr Farhan Zahid, SSP Mohammad Ameen Bukhari, SSP Traffic Malik Matloob Ahmed, Station Director ITP FM Radio Ayesha Jameel, representatives of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and students from various educational institutions were present on the occasion.