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Side effects

Effects of a proposed project on other parts of the firm.
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Side Effects

The effect a company's activity has on other activities in the company. For example, if an investment performs poorly, it may have the side effect of depriving other departments of funds needed for their own operations.
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There are few good studies on the frequency of side-effects attributable to MDT in Brazil.
Hormone therapies like Tamoxifen and Goserelin tend to be viewed as a gentler option for patients - but the report today revealed that up to 99 per cent of women suffered side-effects.
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The holidays had no effect on the other side-effects.
And those most likely to be affected are elderly patients who might be given the wrong treatment if doctors assume any side-effects are caused by the ageing process rather than something that could be avoided by changing medications.
The most common side-effects associated with Tamiflu, according to the package leaflet, are nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, stomach ache and headache.