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Becoming a millionaire in as short as five years is possible, especially among the wise and hardworking.
  • 14 Aug 2017
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PMPCertification Course Eligibility Criteria For Bachelor Degree holder or Equivalent Three years or 36 months+ of unique non-overlapping project management experience. “The applicant should have 4500 hours of Project management experience. The applicant should have 35 contact hours certificate of project management education. Many candidates call it as 35 PDUs too. For Non bachelor/Diploma holders Five years or 60 months+ of unique non-overlapping project management experience. The applicant should have 7500 hours of Project management experience. The applicant should have 35 contact hours of project management education certificate. Many candidates call it as 35 PDUs too. You can find the detailed eligibility criteria in PMP® Certification handbook.
  • 7 Feb 2017
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  • 31 Mar 2018
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Chronic Kidney Disease stage 5 (or irreversible kidney failure requiring dialysis) is a life-threatening problem. The options before a patient are life-long dialysis (hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis). While dialysis is a lifesaving option, it entails undergoing hemodialysis three times a week for 4 hours each time. Even with the best dialysis the patient's creatinine stays at around 5 – 10 mg/dl, which means the patient is never free of toxins. Dialysis is thus capable of replacing lost kidney function by only about 25%. This means there is continuing damage to the vital organs and the blood vessels. Almost 50 percent patients on dialysis die in three years and about 90 percent in five years. If a 100 patients undergo transplant today, 85 of them would be alive 10 years and beyond. Added to this, the high chance of HCV+ infection, which is not easily curable, and the loss of a job (patient comes to hospital three times a week!), dialysis paints a dismal picture.
  • 19 Jan 2019
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