JNCIJournal of the National Cancer Institute
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The JNCI publication, jointly authored by scientists from Biodesix, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, and Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville, and international collaborators in Italy and Japan, describes the development, and subsequent validation on two retrospective clinical studies where the resulting analysis of mass spectrometry data resulted in a diagnostic method that may, as the authors write, "help to identify high-risk patients [that] could reduce rates of both over treatment and under treatment and improve survival for NSCLC patients.
The new studies suggest gut bacteria pay little if any important role in the carcinogenic transformation of IQ or related HCA's, according to an accompanying editorial in JNCI by Fred F.
Assessing Risk in Breast Cancer Patients The JNCI paper describes results from a case-control study that evaluated tumor samples from a subset of women in the Kaiser Permanente Northwest health plan who were diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast between 1980 and 2000.
In 2008, JNCI installed the first digital x-ray system at Niger Delta University Hospital and, in 2009, they set up a 64-slice Computed Tomography technology to the Nigerian market.
According to the results of a Frost & Sullivan end-user survey carried out in December 2008 for the research service Strategic Analysis of Medical Imaging Device Industries of Key West African Countries, JNCI received the highest rating in the industry from customers in terms of customer service.
At JNCI, Bailar says, this process led to the publication of some papers that all three reviewers had recommended for rejection, and vice versa.
The study was published online today and is scheduled to appear in Volume 105, Issue 10 of the JNCI print edition.
The JNCI article detailed the "checkered history" of hyperthermia with radiation or chemotherapy.
18 JNCI, they report a 12 percent decrease in breast cancer risk between each successively higher quintile (20 percent of women) of vegetable consumption.
The JNCI article "contributes to our understanding of factors involved in.
types of breast cancer," they say in the same issue of JNCI.