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About Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) FOP is a rare, severely disabling congenital myopathy characterized by heterotopic ossification (HO) of muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
Participants were shown one of the four following FOP claims: "600 mg less sodium," "50% less sodium," "5g less saturated fat" or "50% less saturated fat.
According to a literature review, this is the first study to assess consumer perceptions of these FOP systems.
She likes to be independent, which is why some friends don't know she has FOP.
The main features of FOP in the affected South Africans were consistent with the literature.
Whether FOP schemes should be mandatory or voluntary.
FOP is occasionally misdiagnosed, sometimes as cancer or some other condition.
Lucy and her mum Sheryl Hadley are trying to raise cash for research into FOPs and already have hit the pounds 10,000 mark.
I wouldn't want anyone to go through what I've had to endure FOP is an inherited disorder and is characterised by the abnormal development of bone in areas of the body it is not usually present.
In the title role, Sean Wing approximates a Wildean fop but doesn't grow in his character as much as Jacobson's script allows.
The FOP has met with company representatives about the cars' safety, and Ford suggested some modifications, but they were far less than the FOP had hoped for, he said.
They'll never be huge and people will always think that band leader Neil Hannon is a bit of a fop, but he's our fop and we love him.
But the Sunday Mirror story about his warm, caring attitude to FOP sufferer Louise Wedder-burn set me thinking.
This continues a downward trend that's been going on fop about five years.
And yet any doubt about the existence of Ledger's inner gay man is obliterated by his portrayal of a charming fop in Casanova.
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