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Stephen B. Edge, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY, USA; David R. Byrd, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA; Carolyn C. Compton, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, USA; April G. Fritz, A. Fritz and Associates, Reno, NV, USA; Frederick L. Greene, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC, USA; Andrew Trotti, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL, USA (Eds.) The AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (with staging forms included) is the gold standard to help the cancer patient management team determine the correct stage for patients and allowing the most appropriate care plan The American Joint Committee on Cancer's Cancer Staging Manual is used by physicians throughout the world to diagnose cancer and determine the extent to which cancer has progressed. All of the TNM staging information included in this Seventh Edition is uniform between the AJCC (American Joint Committee on Cancer) and the UICC (International Union Against Cancer). In addition to the information found in the Handbook, the Manual provides standardized data forms for each anatomic site, which can be utilized as permanent patient records, enabling clinicians and cancer research scientists to maintain consistency in evaluating the efficacy of diagnosis and treatment. The CD-ROM packaged with each Manual contains printable copies of each of the book’s 57 Staging Forms. 2010. 7th ed. X, 646 p. 130 illus. With CD-ROM. Softcover 49.95 | £ 44.99 ISBN: 978-0-387-88440-0 Edge (Eds), AJCC Cancer Staging Manual. 7th ed. ISBN: 978-0-387-88440-0 49.95 | £ 44.99
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The Appthority® App Report for February 2013 provides an overview of the security risks behind 100 free iOS and Android apps. Appthority examined the differences between the Android and iOS app ecosystems; compared app behaviors across five popular app categories (business, education, entertainment, finance, games); and looked at the developers behind these apps. This report focuses on free mobile apps rather than paid apps. Free apps are more inclined to collect data on the user and share it with outside parties, such as ad networks or analytics companies, as a method of generating revenue. With no initial fee to download, free apps are also widely popular with consumers, who in turn bring those apps into the workplace. For this reason, Appthority analyzed the top 10 free apps across five common categories from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Appthority believes that the user should be armed with the knowledge of what apps actually do and have the choice to opt in to app permissions. Enterprises must also be aware of the risks posed by employee mobile devices when they’re used for work purposes. As employees bring new apps into the workplace, they’re putting company data, and the networks these devices access, at risk. Testing Methodology Appthority’s research team used the cloud-based Appthority Platform™ to perform static and dynamic app analysis on the 100 most popular apps. The company analyzed each app for particular behaviors within a test environment. These behaviors include sending and receiving data without encryption, location tracking, sharing data with advertising or analytics networks, accessing the user’s contact list or address book, and accessing the user’s calendar. From this internal data, the company identified the top security risks behind these mobile apps. Report Highlights ¬¬ The vast majority of free apps send and receive data to outside parties without encryption. ¬¬ 96% of total apps share data with advertising networks and/or analytics companies. ¬¬ 79% of the top 50 free iOS and Android apps are associated with risky behaviors or privacy issues. Overall, iOS apps exhibited more risky behaviors than Android apps. ¬¬ Entertainment apps were the worst offenders out of the top five categories, with the highest number of ...
Thanks for downloading Autodesk® Navisworks® 2014 Service Pack 1. This document provides a quick summary of the new features and enhancements that are included in our Service Pack. Please remember to fully review the Installation Readme document before installing the Service Pack. We want to express our appreciation to all our customers who identified the issues we have addressed in this Service Pack release. Their reports gave us the opportunity to improve the product and to provide you with the best solution. We also thank you for your continued business, and for your feedback about this release. Many thanks, We strongly recommend that you read the Installation Readme document before you apply the Autodesk Navisworks Service Pack 1 to your product During installation, you may be prompted for the original installation media or a network image. In order to apply this Service Pack, you must have administrative privileges to install and uninstall products. After installing Autodesk Navisworks 2014 Service Pack 1, you must ensure that other users who share your Navisworks 2014 NWF files also install the same Service Pack. Failure to do so may mean that your Selection Set data becomes corrupted. This applies to Navisworks 2014 only. Navisworks 2014 NWF files shared with Navisworks 2013 and Navisworks 2012 users are not affected Once installed, Autodesk Navisworks 2014 Service Pack 1 cannot be uninstalled on its own. You must uninstall the complete product and then reinstall the original release of Autodesk Navisworks 2014 in order to revert to a non-Service Pack state. This applies to Navisworks 2014 only. Autodesk Navisworks Service Pack 1 provides the following fixes and enhancements: Added Autodesk ReCap support to Autodesk Freedom 2014 Crash when opening a new model after using an incorrect SQL statement for an embedded database .Net API
As the University of Kentucky continues in its state-mandated mission to reach Top 20 status among the nation’s premier public research institutions, it is imperative that the entire University communicate with a clear, consistent public identity. The development of visual identity standards by the entire University is critical to achieving this objective. Every time someone from the University of Kentucky communicates with the public, it contributes to our reputation. Public appearances, publications, stationery, newsletters, T-shirts, displays, business cards, advertisements, media interviews, websites, flyers, signs and other forms of communication represent not just the individual or program, but the entire University. The most basic yet comprehensive component of a strong institutional image is a unified visual presentation. Collectively, all elements of the University of Kentucky must present to the world a consistent image that reflects our quality, professionalism and mission. The University of Kentucky name carries heavy responsibility. It stands as the sum of the institution’s many parts and embodies the authentic, recognizable essence of this institution. It must reinforce to many diverse audiences a definitive and unique impression. These principles have shaped the creation of this new visual identity guide, supported by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the University’s Strategic Plan, the Board of Trustees and University Administration. By complying with its specifications, you help project and protect a clear, unifying image for your University. UK’s Graphic Standards Manual features the familiar logo, an official Institutional Signature and individualized Unit Signatures, as well as usage guidelines, typography guide-lines and the approved stationery style. The new Unit Signatures highlight each college, center, division or unit of the University, without sacrificing UK’s established identity. For additional guidance, see the UK Style Guide for editorial content and the UK Internet Graphic and Style Guides for Web sites. UK Public Relations & Marketing is charged with developing the University’s graphic standards, but its role goes beyond distributing the proper UK Logo and Signatures. It is PR & Marketing’s responsibility to help individuals and departments ensure that their communication vehicle meets the high standards set by our institution. The PR & Marketing staff is available to offer the guidance and technical support you need to consistently reinforce the University’s image to the world. Please support the University of Kentucky by applying these guidelines consistently.
Dear Jefferson Employee: Several years ago Jefferson completed it’s journey to find out directly from consumers, healthcare professionals, students and employees how they perceived Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals – what makes our institutions unique and how we might enhance our “brand” to position ourselves to compete more effectively in today’s marketplace. With help from a nationally recognized branding company, and input from consumer focus groups, board members and senior management, we have refined the Jefferson brand to create an identity that is memorable, showcases our key attributes and helps to competitively position us for the future. A significant element of building a refined brand (which defines who we are, how we’re unique and what we value) is our visual identity – the logo and imagery Jefferson uses to clearly and consistently communicate our value to patients, students and the communities we serve. To provide staff with an overview of our brand and how we are translating that brand into visual design, we are pleased to share with you our Identity Overview and Jefferson Graphics Standards Manual. You can find and download this manual by visiting www.jeffgraphics.com The Graphics Standards Manual highlights the importance of having a strong and consistent Jefferson brand, and through examples, shows how to create visual continuity in all Jefferson materials. We strongly encourage you to review this document. As a reminder, Jefferson requires that all of us strictly adhere to our trademark policy. Requests for logo usage or exceptions to the approved design guidelines outlined in the Graphics Standards Manual must be made to our Trademark Committee. The policy and associated forms can be found under the University Policies and Procedures section of the Intranet (search Trademark 104.04). While the standards manual reviews aspects of our brand, we cannot forget that all of us are responsible for fulfilling Jefferson’s brand promise, or in other words, our commitment to delivering exceptional patient care and high quality research and education. Our brand is the result of everything we do – how we act, how we deliver value and perform our duties, and how we represent ourselves, our services and our ideas to others. Building increased recognition of the Jefferson brand externally, while reinforcing positive behaviors internally that are consistent with our brand, are important to maintaining our strategic vision. All of us must become brand champions, in all that we say and do, because to those in the community, we are the Jefferson brand. Richard C. Gozon President Thomas Jefferson University