bountiful supply of unmet clinical needs.
dollars invested in incarceration and interdiction, why are treatment needs continually unmet?
In addition, we have a strong and varied pipeline of potential products in areas where there is clearly an unmet clinical need.
progression of osteoarthritis, the potential unmet need is substantial.
The development of migraine prophylactics therefore represents an unmet clinical need with considerable commercial potential.
But a report in the journal rheumatology last year claimed the unmet need was higher - nearer two thirds of patients.
But a report in the journal Rheumatology last year claimed the unmet need was higher - nearer two thirds of patients.
To receive this scholarship, students must have a GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrate unmet financial need.
This unmet need for trendy plus-size clothing gave birth to a growing plus size industry.
Personal failure: Unmet high standards set by the teen or parents, including failing grades in school or poor performance in sports.
Acting out conduct can include any highly emotional, disruptive, and unacceptable outburst that appears to be the child's reaction to unmet needs or wishes.
Coyle, Joseph T., et al. "Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Consensus Statement on the Unmet Needs in Diagnosis and Treatment of Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents."
Fantasizing about cheating, and actually cheating, are usually born out of allowing these two instinctual needs to go unmet.
The unmet high demands for these handbags only emphasized the exclusivity of Chanel bags, an exclusivity that continues to this day.
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