The practice of issuing tests to potential employees on a pre-employment basis in order to determine
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showing an advertisement to a sample of the target audience during its development to check whether it is conveying the desired message in the desired way with the desired effect.
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A utilization management and cost saving technique that requires plan members who are scheduled for inpatient care to have preliminary tests, such as X-rays and laboratory tests, performed on an outpatient basis prior to admission.
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Medical tests that are completed for an individual prior to being admitted to a hospital or inpatien
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A process in which scientists test promising new anticancer agents in the laboratory and in animal models. This is done to find out whether agents have an anticancer effect and are safely tolerated in animals. Once a drug proves promising in the lab, the sponsor applies for Food and Drug Administrat...
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Predictive testing is a form of genetic testing. It is also known as presymptomatic testing. These types of testing are used to detect gene mutations associated with disorders that appear after birth, often later in life. These tests can be helpful to people who have a family member with a genetic ...
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The result of the debate was delete. - Mailer Diablo 02:01, 12 November 2005 (UTC) ===Yoshiharu Tatsumi=== Incorrect title, new one correctly titled existing ...
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tests performed on a pregnant woman or her foetus to prevent or diagnose abnormalities
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Testing to detect the presence of a genetic disorder in an embryo or fetus; commonly done by amnioce
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presymptomatic genetic testing
(from the article `genetic disease, human`) In the case of genetic disease, options often exist for presymptomatic diagnosisthat is, diagnosis of individuals at risk for developing a given ...
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Testing an advertisement or an audience sample prior to placing the ad in the media.
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