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We then did a follow-up study at the same campus locale. The Times Literary Supplement (2017)A follow-up study found that 33 per cent of them had achieved their goal. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Researchers rang 1,000 people in the days after the attacks and carried out a follow-up study eight months later. The Sun (2007)Although a follow-up study was carried out, the whole exercise led to a total of ten dismissals. Times, Sunday Times (2018)From a scientific point of view that's a dangerous thing, but that is the follow-up study that we are working on now. Times, Sunday Times (2017)One seminal piece of work was a follow-up study of patients who had undergone coronary angiography, which extended over a 30-year period. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The model predicted 75 per cent; the follow-up study showed the real figure was 75.4 per cent, impressive confirmation that the model works. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Perhaps it was too busy considering the potential of a follow-up study suggested in the paper. Times, Sunday Times (2018)A follow-up study, in which two to three repeat doses of the vaccine were administered, produced an overall efficacy of about 50 percent. The Scientist (2000)The follow-up study, in students taking exams, will tell her if a similar mechanism works in humans. Times, Sunday Times (2018)

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