CVA

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CVA

Cash Value Added

The cash flow a company is able to generate relative to the cash flow it must generate to remain in business. The CVA is calculated by taking a company's operating cash flow and subtracting its operating cash flow demand. A high CVA is considered desirable; a CVA under 1 indicates the company cannot meet its cash flow needs. See also: Economic value added.
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Among senior citizens, record shows that 60 percent succumb to cardiovascular accidents (heart failure, cerebrovascular accidents, ruptured aneurysms).
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Moreover, the decreased estrogen levels play a key role in inhibiting the growth of breast tumors.[sup][4] However, the Breast International Group 1-98 study shows that AIs therapy can also be accompanied by adverse events, such as thromboembolic events, cardiac events, and cerebrovascular accidentsaccounting for nearly 1%.[sup][1] At present, whether AIs treatment can increase risk of cerebrovascular or cardiovascular accidents in patients with breast cancer is not clear in the literature.

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