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To investigate stocks for potential investment according to a predetermined set of criteria. For example, an investor may screen stocks according to the lowest price, the most market capitalization, the most favorable price-earnings ratio, or any number of other variables. One may also combine criteria while screening stocks. The process is designed to help one make the best investment decisions, and is often accomplished with the help of a computer.

screening

the process of evaluating product ideas in terms of consumer acceptance, technical feasibility and cost. See NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT.
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Are you aware that there was a Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC) guideline on prostate cancer screening in 2014?
In its second year, the mobile screening unit will continue its screening tours visiting health centres, government entities and private companies offering employees to learn more about the unit and discover its benefits, and getting free breast cancer screening to eligible patients, starting with Madinat Khalifa Health Centre, from 7am-3.
Polymedco supplies clinical diagnostic test kits and POC devices that are specialized in chemistry, hematology and cancer screening.
I am proud that New York state is at the forefront of promoting breast cancer screening," said APHA member and New York state Health Commissioner Howard Zucker, MD, JD, in a news release.
Lisa Millett, Cancer Research UK spokesperson for the North East, said: "This is the first time we have run an awareness campaign in Newcastle to highlight the role of bowel cancer screening in helping to save lives.
Organized Cancer Screening in a Managed Care Setting
Though her clinics provide primary care, the cancer screenings are offered as a separate service - leaving Community Action in the bottom tier for funding.
In contrast, higher payments for cancer screening tests (such as colonoscopy, mammography, and Pap tests) were not always linked with increased screenings among Medicaid beneficiaries.
Screenings are available at six Wake Radiology locations that were designated as Lung Cancer Screening Centers in July.
Cancer screening trials seldom quantify the harms of screening.
The results illustrate "the particular need for finding ways to increase the use of breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening tests among Asians, Hispanics, as well as adults who lack health insurance or a usual source of health care," noted study coauthor Carrie Klabunde, Ph.

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