The extraordinary allegation - made using Parliamentary privilege - follows the suspension of Professor Mike Chester, who runs the acclaimed National Refractory Angina Centre (NRAC), at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen.
What does NRAC stand for?
NRAC stands for National Refractory Angina Centre (UK; est. 1996)
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We have 53 other meanings of NRAC in our Acronym Attic
- Niagara River Anglers Association
- non-redundant amino acid
- North Raleigh Athletic Association
- National Reptile & Amphibian Advisory Council
- Northeastern Regional Association of Assessing Officers
- National Railroad Adjustment Board
- Natural Resources Advisory Board (various states)
- Naval Reserve Aviation Base (US Navy)
- National Radiation Advisory Committee (Australia)
- National Recall Alert Center (Washington, DC)
- National Refrigeration and Airconditioning Council (Australia)
- National Register Advisory Committee
- National Register of Access Consultants (UK)
- National Rehabilitation Awareness Celebration
- National Rent-A-Computer
- National Repository Advisory Committee (Australia)
- National Research Advisory Council (Department of Veterans Affairs)
- National Resettlement Assessment Committee (United Nations)
- National Resource Allocations Committee
- National Rural Advisory Council
Samples in periodicals archive:
Knowsley North MP George Howarth praised Broad green hospital's award-winning National Refractory Angina Centre (NRAC) during a parliamentary debate yesterday.
Professor Mike Chester, a consultant cardiologist and director of the national refractory angina centre, said the idea was in the early stages but could provide a breakthrough in helping people to stay fit and healthy.