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Sino Lion (USA), Ltd.

Sino Lion (USA), Ltd.

Sino Lion (USA), Ltd. (called "Sino Lion" hereafter) is a member of Shandong Zhongshi International Group. It was founded in 1993 in New York State, USA. Sino Lion develops, manufactures, and markets, independently or jointly with its sister com

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The sales team of Zhongshi Group attends Outward Development
The sales team of Zhongshi Group attends Outward Development on August 5th, 2009.
2010-11-05 17:55:13
Exhibit at In-Cosmetics 2009, Munich
Exhibit at In-Cosmetics 2009, during April 21-23, in Munich, Germany.
2010-11-05 17:53:11


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Phone-in Doctoring Fails to Improve Patient Outcomes
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New Haven, Conn. — Keeping in close contact with heart failure patients once they leave the hospital has been an ongoing challenge for physicians. A patient’s condition can worsen with no notice and early intervention could potentially make a big difference. Researchers at Yale School of Medicine thought they found the solution with a telephone call-in program designed to improve doctor-patient communication. But results from their study published in the November 16 New England Jou. . .
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