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Type C (cancer-prone) personality refers to a behaviour pattern marked by co-operativeness, unassertiveness, patience, suppression of negative emotions, and acceptance of external authority; supposedly associated with an increased likelihood of cancer .

Type C personality refers to cancer-prone Personality where the person is cooperative, appeasing, unassertive, and compliant and someone who does not express negative emotions.

Type I fibers refer to fibers that contain large numbers of oxidative enzymes and are highly Fatigue resistant.

- Type II (Type B) alcoholism : Type II (Type B) alcoholism refers to severe Alcohol abuse with a strong genetic basis and rapid onset early in life; much

Type II alcoholism refers to the type of Alcoholism that is indicated by severe Alcohol abuse with a strong genetic basis and rapid onset early in life and much more common in men

Type II error - the conclusion, based on a hypothesis test, that a result is not Statistically significant when, in fact, a real effect or relationship does exist in the population; f

Type II interferon refers to a a cytokine that induces sleep.

Type IIa fibers refer to fibers that contain biochemical and Fatigue characteristics that are between Type IIb and Type I

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