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  • Site
  • Our results indicate that cancer is a complex, often non-site-specific disease for which increased risk extends beyond the nuclear family. (nih.gov)
  • Every nuclear plant in the country is storing this high level radioactive waste, on site," she says. (kuow.org)
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  • Therefore, if a client family-member has created his own trust that includes the spouse as a permissible lifetime beneficiary (for example, a spousal lifetime access trust), it's generally preferable to build in flexibility with the use of POAs or decanting to authorize a third party to remove the spouse following a divorce. (wealthmanagement.com)
  • Additionally we are shipping Acidic (Leucine-Rich) Nuclear phosphoprotein 32 Family, Member A Antibodies (123) and Acidic (Leucine-Rich) Nuclear phosphoprotein 32 Family, Member A Proteins (18) and many more products for this protein. (antibodies-online.com)
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  • Despite the long-cherished belief that the nuclear family is independent and self-sustaining, most families with working parents depend on a network of care to manage work and family demands, according to research by Brandeis University sociologist Karen Hansen. (innovations-report.com)
  • For advisors in the family office space and others who work with UHNW families, these changing definitions of family can impact: (1) family governance, (2) how services are provided, (3) how existing trusts are to be interpreted, and (4) how new estate-planning instruments should be drafted. (wealthmanagement.com)
  • Studies
  • Maximum likelihood is a commonly used approach to accommodate missing data, but it can be difficult to apply to family-based association studies, because of possible loss of robustness to confounding by population stratification. (lshtm.ac.uk)
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  • The historical idea of the nuclear family, which is deeply rooted in our culture, is linked to our sense of individualism and autonomy," explains Hansen, whose study of working parents and the networks of caregiving they develop forms the basis of a new book, Not-So-Nuclear Families: Class, Gender and Networks of Care. (innovations-report.com)
  • In her book, which profiles four networks in depth, Hansen found that the middle class and professional middle class parents, upper class and working class families all rely on networks to provide childcare. (innovations-report.com)