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Nous avons identifie une "elite" des chercheurs francais en cancerologie grace au nombre d'articles publies (8 par an pendant trois ans) dans des revues scientifiques listees dans Cancerlit entre 1996 et 1998.
Other of the firm's offerings include 8 previous years of PathLine ($495), 5 years of CANCERLIT ($695), and all of the pertinent abstracts on AIDSLINE ($245) since 1980.
The use of data banks containing references of scientific literature (such as MEDLINE, TOXLINE, CANCERLIT, etc.) is the most common example of a central data file which scientists may query without, however, being able to access its raw data directly or enter data of their own.
In summary, several electronic databases were searched, including Medline (1966-2003), PsycINFO (1967-2003), CancerLIT (1975-2003), and the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (1982-2003).
Specifically, we searched the following online electronic databases: MEDLINE (; EMBASE (; OLDMEDLINE (; NIOSHTIC-2 (; and CancerLit (
We identified relevant studies through independent literature searches of Medline (from 1966 to August 2001) and Cancerlit (from 1986 to August 2001) with the use of OVID software and the following search terms: estrogen replacement therapy, hormone replacement therapy, breast neoplasms, neoplasm recurrence, survivors.
In the second, EBSCO has many of the major research databases, including MEDLINE, EMBASE, CANCERLIT, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts, and CINAHL.
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The search included MEDLINE, EMBASE and CANCERLIT; dermatology yearbooks from 1978 through 1996; and other textbooks, reviews, editorials, existing guidelines, and study references.