ACOEM expresses strong problems about effect of proposed financing cuts to NIOSH In letters to leaders of the U.S. House of U and Representatives.S. Today Senate, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine expressed its strong concerns about the effect of proposed funding cuts to the National Institute for Occupational Protection and Wellness – which ACOEM says will devastate the nation’s supply of new physicians trained to treat injured and ill workers. Proposed funding cuts in President Obama’s 2010 spending budget would eliminate funding for 17 Education and Study Centers sponsored by NIOSH.A complete of 15 of 69 patients in the chemotherapy-alone group and 5 of 66 patients in the goserelin group had protocol-defined ovarian failure. In the protocol-specified stratified logistic-regression evaluation, this difference was significant . The results were very similar in the univariate regression analysis and the multivariate regression analysis . Secondary and sensitivity analyses related to the primary end point showed constant results . A benefit with goserelin therapy was observed when deaths had been included as treatment failure so when deaths in addition hysterectomy or oophorectomy were counted as treatment failure .