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According to him, TB patients in the province actually total 70,000 suggesting that the health department has to do a lot to reach the undetected patients.
CTO of Seculert, Aviv Raff, said that over the two weeks of remaining undetected, the malware collected 11 GB of data from Target's POS (point-of-sale) terminals.
Reduction in monitoring increases the risk serious concerns will go undetected.
It's quite common for a "hole" between the atria (also known as an atrial septal defect or ASD) to go undetected for decades.
Customs now need to get their act together to make sure our stun gun is the very last one making its way undetected into Ireland.
Tsalagi rapper Pensmoke makes an auspicious debut with Move Undetected,his breakthrough cd.
This new feature will help alleviate some of the long-term health conditions associated with undetected CO poisoning, Rennert added.
For at-risk farms, only one case would go undetected with testing between 30 and 48 months.
I know a couple of women with IBC that went undetected and their cancer has progressed.
In 2004, old DNA extracts and samples from 148 undetected rapes and serious sexual assaults committed between 1989 and 1993 were examined.
In addition, after a disaster of any type, epidemics may go undetected because of poor surveillance or because baseline surveillance data for diseases (such as dengue fever or malaria) are unavailable.
If a vent valve fails undetected in the open position, costly fuel is discharged into the atmosphere.