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The idea is that you can reduce the pain of the procedure and get a jump-start on the post-procedure pain if you take OTC medications in advance.
Diosady estimates that it took $35 million, invested over 20 years, to develop the microencapsulation technology, test it in the field, and provide technical assistance to JVS to jump-start production.
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Today, large-scale infrastructure projects like coal plants are helping jump-start economic activity that slowed early this year because of the coronavirus.
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