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Search Results 11-20 of 27 for Cervical+Cancer
Kaur's research includes a special interest in women's cancers — particularly breast and cervical cancers.
., is focused on the treatment of breast cancer and gynecologic malignancies (ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and cervical cancer) and on efforts to eliminate ...
CNGs in 3q26 are also prevalent in bladder, breast, cervical, esophageal, head and neck, kidney, serous ovarian, stomach, and uterine cancers.
Focus areas Clinical trials with investigational agents Medication compliance and its effects on disease outcomes Gender issues in inflammatory bowel disease, such as menstrual and fertility problems, pregnancy and nursing management, and cervical...
My research evaluates interventions that leverage automated systems in patient care to improve appropriate use of cancer screening and vaccination and foster collaborations to expand the cervical cancer...
Consultant, Family Medicine Using clinical decision support systems to improve rates of cervical cancer screening and guideline-consistent follow-up of abnormal Pap test, HPV and colposcopy biopsy results Jane W.
The area of cancer genomics and evolution has the potential to revolutionize the understanding of diseases such as cancer.
The most likely cause of cancer in these patients is the presence of human papillomavirus, the same virus that causes cervical cancer in women.
Current clinical studies relate to the role of percutaneous ethanol injection (PEI) in the ablation of cervical node metastasis in selected patients with 131I-resistant disease, the more selective use of 131I in postoperative remnant...
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