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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Residents with multiple sclerosis at the Julia Farr Centre :

Matthews, Margaret. Unknown Date (has links)
Thesis (MAppSc in Physiotherapy) -- University of South Australia, 1994
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Trying to take control while attempting to adapt perspectives of people with multiple sclerosis on the twelve months following diagnosis /

Shaw, Sally. January 2007 (has links)
Thesis (DPsych) -- Faculty of Life and Social Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007. / Submitted in fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of the Professional Doctorate of Psychology, Faculty of Life and Social Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology, 2007. Includes bibliographical references (p. 300-346).
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Studies of the mechanism of soluble interleukin 6 receptor generation in human myeloma cells

Wang, Fengfei January 2000 (has links)
No description available.
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Le droit de la discrimination fondée sur le handicap et l’état de santé et sa contribution à la lutte contre la discrimination multiple / The law of discrimination based on disability and health and its contribution to the fight against multiple discrimination

Benioudaki, Anna 26 June 2017 (has links)
La question des discriminations au travail est aujourd’hui une matière complexe et vivante qui conduit à s’interroger sur l’adéquation des droits spécifiquement consacrés par la législation du travail à la situation vécue par les salaries. La doctrine et la jurisprudence, sur cette question ne cessent d’évoluer. Les points d’interrogation sont nombreux. Qu'est-ce qu'être tenus pour égaux ? Sous quelles conditions juge-t-on que des personnes sont placées dans des situations égales ? Leurs situations doivent être véritablement identiques ? Les mesures d’application générale sont-elles suffisantes afin de répondre aux inégalités ou doit-on prendre en compte la situation individuelle des personnes ? Et si l’on suggère que c’est précisément cette approche individuelle ou réadaptative, le nouveau moteur de la lutte contre les discriminations dont les effets sont à apprécier tant au plan national qu’européen et international, ne doit-on pas se méfier, voyant qu’elle vient souligner les processus de ségrégation plutôt que les éradiquer? Voici des questions dont la réponse résultera indirectement de cette étude. Dans la première partie de cette étude, nous avons examiné le handicap et la santé comme motifs de discrimination interdits. Ainsi, tout d’abord, nous sommes arrivés à l’analyse de la construction sociale du handicap qui, contrairement au modèle médical, déplace le problème loin de la personne et le resitue dans les processus sociaux liés à la diversité des hommes. Nous avons examiné l’obligation législative des aménagements raisonnables en faveur des personnes handicapées et son application par la jurisprudence, les actions positives et leur rôle contre la discrimination sur le handicap ainsi que la justification des différences de traitement fondées sur le handicap. Nous avons étudié la Convention des Nations Unies du 13 décembre 2006 relative aux droits des personnes handicapées qui est devenue le noyau central de la législation et de la politique européenne sur le handicap en soulignant ses nouveautés. En outre, au-delà de la notion de « handicap », nous nous sommes posé la question de savoir si la maladie et l’inaptitude sont en mesure de justifier un licenciement ou si elles constituent causes de discrimination. Il ne semble pas que le législateur européen souhaite de les inclure parmi les raisons interdites de discrimination. En étudiant la législation de protection contre la discrimination fondée sur le handicap nous avons vu qu’elle a apporté des solutions là où la protection contre la discrimination fondée sur l’état de santé n’est pas règlementée. Ensuite, dans la deuxième partie, nous avons examiné la discrimination multiple et nous avons relevé l’inefficacité de la législation européenne et, par conséquence, de la plupart des législations des États membres de l’Union européenne dans la lutte contre elle. Nous avons noté que c’est le système législatif de catégorisation lui-même qu’il convient de contester car il est totalement inadéquat et ne permet pas de reconnaître le sens réel de l’identité des personnes ni, par conséquent, la discrimination fondée sur plus d’un motif qui interagissent entre eux de sorte qu’ils sont complètement indissociables. Sur ce point, nous sommes arrivées à la conclusion que le régime de protection contre la discrimination fondée sur le handicap peut également conduire à des solutions portant sur la reconnaissance de la discrimination multiple et la protection contre celle-ci, grâce à l’approche individuelle et à l’évaluation du contexte qu’il exige. Enfin, cette étude vise à encourager l'introduction du concept de « discrimination multiple » dans la législation, tant de l'Union que des États membres. Cela donnerait une nouvelle impulsion à la lutte contre les discriminations et permettrait de combler le vide législatif existant. / Nowadays, the issue of labour discrimination is a complex and living subject matter that raises questions about the adaptedness of the rights that are specifically protected by labour legislation to the situation experienced by employees. Legal writing and case-law in this field are constantly evolving. In the first part of this study, we have considered disability and health condition as prohibited grounds of discrimination. Thus, we first analyzed the social construction of disability. Indeed, contrary to the medical model, the social one moves the problem away from the individual person and places it in the social processes that are linked to human diversity. We have examined the statutory duty of reasonable accommodation provided to persons with disabilities and its implementation by case-law, positive actions and their role against disability based discrimination as well as the explanation of the differences in treatment based on disability. We have studied the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, of 13 December 2006. This Convention has indeed become the core of European legislation and policy on disability, underlining its innovations. Furthermore, beyond the concept of “disability”, we have considered the issue of whether illness and unfitness are sufficient to justify a termination or if they are grounds of discrimination. The European legislator does not seem eager to include them in the prohibited discrimination grounds. Our study of the legislation that is protecting against discrimination based on disability has led us to conclude that it has brought solutions in cases where protection against discrimination based on health condition is not regulated. The second part of our study is dedicated to the analysis of multiple discrimination. We have highlighted the ineffectiveness of the European legislation and, thus, that of the majority of legislations of the European Union Member States in fighting against it. We have noted that what should be questioned is the legal categorization system itself. Indeed, it is absolutely inappropriate and does not allow to identify the real sense of the persons’ identity or, consequently, to identify discrimination based on more than one grounds that are interacting in such a manner that makes them totally indissociable. On this matter, we have concluded that the protection scheme against discrimination based on disability could also lead to solutions on the issue of identification of multiple discrimination and protection against it, thanks to the individual approach and to the context evaluation it requires. As a last step, the present study aims at supporting the introduction of the concept of “multiple discrimination” both in the European Union legislation and in that of the Member States. This would give a new impulse to the fight against discriminations and would allow to address the existing legislative deficiencies.
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The Occurence of multiple myeloma at Dr George Mukhari Hospital, Gauteng: a retrospective review (2004-2009)

Rankapole, Ruth Khutso January 2011 (has links)
Thesis(M Med (Haematology)) -- University of Limpopo, 2011. / BACKGROUND: Multiple myeloma (MM) is a rare age-related disorder with increasing incidence with advancing age. It is a B-cell malignancy characterised by monoclonal expression and accumulation of abnormal plasma cells in the bone marrow. It comprises about 1 % of all malignant tumours worldwide and 10% of haemopoietic neoplasms. MM accounted for 0.43% of newly diagnosed malignancies in South Africa in 1999 and Visser et al (2009), found the incidence to be 0.00054%. Mwambakana in 2000 at Ga-Rankuwa Hospital, now known as Dr George Mukhari Hospital (DGMH), found MM to be the commonest haematological malignancy. No clear risk factors have been identified in this disease. The natural history of MM is one of progressive bone destruction, refractory cytopenias and end-organ damage. The diagnosis and staging of MM is based on different criteria and systems. OBJECTIVES: To establish a profile of patients diagnosed with MM at DGMH from 1 January 2004 to 31 December 2009. METHODS: We conducted a descriptive retrospective review of medical records of patients diagnosed and treated for MM at DGMH from 2004-2009. RESULTS: Thirty-four patients' records were found. MM was found to be present in these patients as early as the third decade, more females than males were diagnosed and females were surviving longer than their male counterparts. Clinical features were not significantly different from those previously reported. The WHO 2001 diagnostic criteria created by Durie & Salmon and the International Staging System were used more frequently and most patients presented at an advanced stage of the disease.
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Expression de la protéine anti-apoptotitque MCL-1 dans le myélome multiple corrélation avec l'activité de la maladie /

Toumi-Wuilleme, Soraya Bataille, Régis. January 2003 (has links) (PDF)
Thèse d'exercice : Pharmacie : Université de Nantes : 2003. Mémoire DES : Biologie médicale : Université de Nantes : 2003. / Bibliogr. f. 91-96.
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The implementation of multiple intelligences in the classroom to enhance student learning

Peeler Jefferson, W. Charles. January 2007 (has links) (PDF)
Thesis PlanB (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin--Stout, 2007. / Includes bibliographical references.
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From optic neuritis to multiple sclerosis : a paraclinical, epidemiological, and etiological study in Stockholm County, Sweden /

Jin, Ya-Ping, January 1900 (has links)
Diss. (sammanfattning) Stockholm : Karol. inst. / Härtill 5 uppsatser. På titels. felaktigt: clerosis.
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The pathogenetic role of pin1 in multiple myeloma /

Fok, Wing-shan, Elaine. January 2007 (has links)
Thesis (M.Res.(Med.))--University of Hong Kong, 2007.
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Multiple Sklerose : Darstellung der Gesamtproblematik von chronischen Belastungen /

Buchinger, Reinhard. January 2005 (has links)
Univ., Diss.--Linz, 2005.

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