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PPP

abbreviation for PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP.
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Discrepancies exist between self-reported versus objective PAP adherence, as well as between patterns of PAP adherence over time, and the lack of adherence data would be expected to limit our understanding of the effects of PAP therapy on mortality.
Kenya Railways claims construction work for Phase 2A of the SGR project has suffered delays arising from frustrated PAPs.
'Statements that the Chief Justice 'failed' the psychological evaluation are misleading, as no one 'passes' or 'fails' a psychological assessment,' the PAP said in a statement.
There are three types of PAP: hereditary, autoimmune, and secondary.
Pap said it acquired the assets of Rowand Machinery Co., a John Deere construction and forestry and equipment dealer, for an un disclosed amount.
Quack greift den saitenzeitlichen Pap. Berlin P 23026 heraus, dessen Anrufungen sich an Osiris als nachtlichen Sonnengott wenden.
A If your friend is still having Pap tests after a hysterectomy, it is likely that she had a partial hysterectomy that removed the upper part of her uterus but left her cervix in place; the medical term for this procedure is "supracervical hysterectomy." Pap tests can reveal the presence of cervical cancer, so it is recommended for women who have undergone a supracervical partial hysterectomy.
They found that while rates of timely mammograms did not differ significantly between the groups, lesbians were 25 percent less likely to get a timely Pap smear than both heterosexual and bisexual women.
Anyone adult with a vagina--regardless of gender expression, sexual identity, or sexual activity--should be getting regular Paps. If you are sexually active, you should get your first Pap within two years of your first sexual experience.
To evaluate the effects of state insurance mandates requiring insurance plans to cover Pap tests, the standard screening for cervical cancer that is recommended for nearly all adult women.