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Incidence and progression of hepatobiliary cancers The incidence of liver cancer and liver cancer death rates have been on the rise for years.
The program aims to develop and pursue innovative science that will lead to practice-changing outcomes that reduce the incidence of gastrointestinal cancers and increase survival.
Researchers found that the incidence of primary lung cancer declined overall during the study period — but only for men and only by about one-third.
Significance to patient care Esophageal adenocarcinoma is a lethal cancer with rapidly rising incidence.
Incidence of posterior shoulder instability and trends in surgical reconstruction: A 22-year population-based study.
Focus areas Epidemiological studies to further define the type and incidence of uveitis in Olmsted County, Minnesota Utilizing imaging techniques to improve the diagnosis and management of uveitis Developing and participating in clin...
We have characterized the incidence cohorts of Olmsted County, Minnesota residents diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease between 1940-2001.
The team's goal is to better understand the mechanics and pathophysiology of IBS after C. jejuni infection, lay the foundation for identifying at-risk individuals, and develop interventions to decrease the incidence of this type of I...
At the same time, the immune system is more likely to be activated inappropriately, leading to increased incidence of autoimmune disease.
Although incidence of non-Hodgkin lymphoma has been increasing since 1950, the rate of the increase has slowed during the past two decades, and survival rates have improved.
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