Risk reduction surgery (RRS) for tubo-ovarian cancer in an Irish gynaecological practice: an analysis of indications and outcomes
ConclusionMore than 60% of women undergoing RRS were BRCAm negative or untested. Counselling of high-risk women without defined germline mutations remains a challenge for gynaecologists because the likelihood of removing STIC lesions or occult invasive cancer is low. Removal of coincidental pathology may give added value to RRS in these women.
Conclusions: The hierarchical structure of the CART model provides a diagnostic algorithm linked with the risk of malignancy at every step of the procedure. It also provides guidance on the use of ancillary examinations as it goes by simple, human understandable rules.Acta Cytologica
CONCLUSION: Confirmation of diabetes was abysmally low in the study population. Low uptake of the confirmatory test might be due to low 'risk perception'. The uptake can be increased by improving the population risk perception through individual and/or community-focused risk communication interventions. PMID: 29334333 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: Lee SY, Song WH, Oh SC, Min BW, Lee SI Abstract Purpose: Because data as a basis for the determination of proper age and modality for screening of colorectal neoplasms is lacking, we evaluated detection rates and anatomical distribution of colorectal neoplasms according to age in healthy individuals who underwent total colonoscopy for health checkup. Methods: A total of 16,100 cases that had received the colonoscopic examination from January to December in 2014 were analyzed. The total number of individuals who received total colonoscopy were divided by the number of individuals harboring colorectal ad...
Conclusion: In our experience, NOSE for mid- and upper rectal cancer had acceptable long-term oncologic outcomes comparable to those of conventional minimal invasive surgery and seems to be a safe alternative to reduce access trauma. PMID: 29333423 [PubMed]
Conclusion: Hypermethylation of RUNX3 may be a predictor of a poor prognosis in CRC. PMID: 29333422 [PubMed]
Conclusion: In patients with BM from CRC, surgical resection plus SRS might improve survival. PMID: 29333421 [PubMed]
Germany's drug assessment body has criticised a lack of data directly comparing drugs in a promising new class of cancer immunotherapy, saying physicians could be overwhelmed or misled by the available information.Reuters Health Information
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Org. Biomol. Chem., 2018, Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1039/C7OB02957H, PaperMiffy Cheng, Antoine Maruani, Huguette Savoie, Vijay Chudasama, Ross W Boyle We herein report the synthesis and analysis of a novel aza-BODIPY-antibody conjugate, formed by controlled and regioselective bioconjugation methodology. Employing the clinically relevant antibody, which targets HER2 positive cancers, represents... The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
AbstractA simplified and cost-effective optical absorber is designed by means of optimization on the basis of finite domain and time difference (FDTD) algorithm. It is suitable for fabrication and mass production in future industry. To investigate its absorbing performance and photo-thermal effect, experiments are carried out using focused ion beam nanofabrication, characterization of spectroscopy, and measurement of temperature rise. Our experimental results demonstrate that the absorber is possible to be used in photo-thermal therapy for tumor/cancer cells.
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