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An arbitrageur, one who purchases securities with the goal of selling them for a profit in a different market. I thought I would make a lot of money as an arb, but it hasn't worked out that way so far.

arb

(ɑrb)
n. an arbitrageur; a market speculator. (Securities markets.) I wanted to be an arb, but it takes about forty million to get in the door.
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One question we have received from many patients and other stakeholders is how big the impact has been - how many patients have been affected While we know the number of patients taking ARB medicines, we do not know the exact number of patients impacted by these ARB recalls.
The next phase, he said, would be for the government to render support services to ARBs through the provision of capability development training and common service facilities, with a vision to optimize the potential to market their produce to the public.
LANDBANK will focus on lending to individual ARBs with Emancipation Patents (EPs)/CLOAs, leaseholders with existing leasehold contracts or any title under Agrarian Reform Programs, identified through a list to be provided by DAR, the Banks program partner.
Among them, 116 patients were followed up for 24 months: 45 patients in the DPP4i + ARB group and 71 patients in the ARB group.
The objective of this study was to compare the efficacy of ACEIs v/s ARBs in management of micro albuminuria among normotensive type 2 diabetic patients
* combined group (patients that received an ACEI or an ARB in their treatment regimens during the 2-year period under review).
Digital communications are based on quadrature I/Q baseband mod ulation, and Arbs are ideal for its generation.
The review was formally requested by the Italian Medicines Agency following the publication of a meta-analysis which showed a small increased risk of new cancers, particularly lung cancer, with ARBs compared with placebo and other heart medicines (7.2% versus 6%).
In July 2010, the FDA announced it would conduct a safety review of ARBs, after a meta-analysis of five randomized studies that included about 62,000 people found a small but statistically significant increase in the risk of cancer associated with the use of ARBs (Lancet Oncol.
A: A recent meta-analysis (a statistical method that combines results from multiple similar studies) concluded that ARB drugs prescribed for high blood pressure, heart failure, and other heart problems were associated with a modestly increased risk of cancer.
Investigators in the United States, taking note from the Heart Failure Assessment of Reduction in mortality and Morbidity (CHARM) study, have conducted several controlled trials of angiotensin-receptor blockers (ARBs) to see their effect on cancer rates.
Should we be concerned about all ARBs or a single drug, telmisartan?
ARBs are commonly prescribed for the treatment of high blood pressure, heart failure, and kidney damage due to diabetes.
According to BBC, analysis of published data from all trials of angiotensin-receptor blockers (ARBs) found one extra case of cancer for every 105 patients treated.
Washington, Jan 13 (ANI): Angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs)-a particular class of anti-hypertensive medicines-are associated with a striking decrease in the occurrence and progression of dementia, scientists have found.