Bush has appointed Karen Dow Meneses, PhD, RN, professor of nursing at the College of Health and Public Affairs at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, to a six-year term on the National Cancer Advisory Board.
What does NCAB stand for?
NCAB stands for National Cancer Advisory Board (National Cancer Institute)
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We have 12 other meanings of NCAB in our Acronym Attic
- National Coalition of African American Organizations
- North Carolina Association of Assessing Officers
- North Carolina Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) Community against Autopsy Photos
- National Coalition Acting for Autopsy Privacy (privacy rights organization)
- North Carolina Alternate Assessment Portfolio
- North Central Arkansas Amateur Radio Service
- NOAA CoastWatch Archive and Access System (US)
- National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week
- North County African American Women's Association (Oceanside, CA)
- National Centre against Bullying (Australia)
- National Cyclopedia of American Biography (19th Century forerunner of Dictionary of American Biography, DAB)
- NATO Civil Aviation Board
- Navy Contract Adjustment Board
- North Carolina Association of Broadcasters
- Nation's Capital Area Bowling Association
- North Carolina Association for Behavior Analysis (Butner, NC)
- National Centre for Aquatic Biodiversity and Biosecurity (New Zealand)
- National Coalition against Bonded Labour (Pakistan)
- North Carolina APBA (American Professional Baseball Association) Baseball League
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In the meantime, a subcommittee of the National Cancer Advisory Board has been appointed to revisit the panel's decision.
In the deposition Bantle testified that he didn't know of a statement by the National Cancer Advisory Board in February 1985 that "there is sufficient evidence for a cause-and-effect relationship between smokeless-tobacco use and human cancer.