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Abstract

A brief summary at the beginning of an article, paper, or presentation. Abstracts are commonly associated with academia; for example, an economics professor may attach an abstract to a publication. However, it may also be used with a business presentation.
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Especially take the same ground in regard to abstract truth, the science of the mind.
Public health professionals interested in presenting at APHA's 136th Annual Meeting in San Diego can begin submitting their abstracts now.
Our last issue listed major AIDS conferences that were missing--the abstracts were not available anywhere online, and neither the U.
Leading clinical investigators from around the world will discuss and present clinical data, in sixty abstracts and key oral sessions, on ALKERAN, being evaluated as in combination therapy for hematological cancers and malignant blood disorders.
The Board of Directors of Biological Abstracts has voted to pursue final negotiations with The Thomson Corp.
Readers of the medical literature are by now accustomed to structured abstracts of papers.
The Association is accepting abstracts for its 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition in Chicago.
Undoubtedly when faced with a multitude of references resulting from a literature search then abstracts are valuable for sorting out what is useful to retain for further review.
In 2007, if memory serves me correctly, approximately 200 reviewers were recruited to rate an average of 18 abstracts each.
Once received, the poster abstracts go through a blind review and selection process.
Seventy-Three Abstracts Investigating THALOMID(R) in Single and Combination Therapies in a Broad Range of Hematological Cancers