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Iridium

A precious metal that is extremely resistant to corrosion. It is used mainly for scientific and industrial purposes for which resistance to corrosion at high temperatures is needed. With only three metric tons of iridium produced and used each year, it is traded as a commodity on various security exchanges. Like many precious metals, iridium is volatile, but generally maintains relatively high prices.
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The discrete manufacturing sub-sector is the majority spender in these countries, accounting for slightly over half of all SMB manufacturing spending on MSS in 2006.
About 60% of people with a relapsing form of MS are currently taking a disease-modifying drag, according to a national registry of about 31,000 people with MS.
The correlation between conventional MRI and the functional status of an individual with MS has been described as "modest" (Miller, Grossman, Reingold, & McFarland, 1998).
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Fred Lublin and other leading MS specialists, is reaching neurologists nationwide via videoconferencing and the Internet.