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darb

(dɑrb)
n. an excellent person or thing. Carl is a real darb. I’m glad to know him.
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Data were analyzed from 10,928 patients (4,111 EPO patients and 6,817 DARB patients) who had at least one cancer claim within 90 days prior to ESA treatment initiation, were newly initiated on EPO or DARB, received two or more EPO or DARB doses and were treated with concomitant chemotherapy during the treatment episode.
During the course of the treatment period, patients in the EPO group received on average a total of 329,129 units while those in the DARB group received on average a total of 1,289 mcg, which resulted in a dose ratio of 255:1 (units EPO: mcg DARB).
Groupe d'analyse, Ltee, Montreal, Quebec, Canada A retrospective analysis of medical claims was conducted using the Ingenix Impact National Managed Care Database to examine recent EPO and DARB treatment patterns and corresponding drug costs in newly-initiated CKD patients treated with EPO (n=1,110) or DARB (n=723) not receiving dialysis.
It's great to have someone like Darbs involved but I'm not sure whether he will be able to play Tuesday, Saturday, Tuesday like we are going to have to do," added McWilliams.
Both Murph and Darbs have been troubled by hamstring problems over recent weeks but if they can stay injury free, which also applies to Brian Quailey, who netted twice for the reserves at Worcester on Wednesday, then I reckon we have enough potency up front to make an impact.
He didn't want to fight because he knew it would leave us a player short, but Darbs had no choice but to stand up for himself.