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In vitro optimization of EtNBS-PDT against hypoxic tumor environments with a tiered, high-content, 3D model optical screening platform

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Oliver J Klein, Brijesh Bhayana, Yong Jin Park, and Conor L Evans. 2012. “ In vitro optimization of EtNBS-PDT against hypoxic tumor environments with a tiered, high-content, 3D...
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Killing hypoxic cell populations in a 3D tumor model with EtNBS-PDT

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Conor L Evans, Adnan O Abu-Yousif, Yong Jin Park, Oliver J Klein, Jonathan P Celli, Imran Rizvi, Xiang Zheng, and Tayyaba Hasan. 2011. “ Killing hypoxic cell populations in a...
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Prediction model for short-term mortality after palliative radiotherapy for patients having advanced cancer: a cohort study from routine electronic medical data

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Shing Fung Lee, Hollis Luk, Aray Wong, Chuk Kwan Ng, Frank Chi Sing Wong, and Miguel Angel Luque-Fernandez. 2020. “ Prediction model for short-term mortality after palliative...
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The association between neighborhood greenness and incidence of lethal prostate cancer: A prospective cohort study

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Hari S Iyer, Peter James, Linda Valeri, Jaime E Hart, Claire H Pernar, Lorelei A Mucci, Michelle D Holmes, Francine Laden, and Timothy R Rebbeck. 2020. “ The association...
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Blood test shows promise for detecting the deadliest cancers early

5 days ago   |   New Scientist   |   2 articles

A blood test developed and checked using blood samples from 4000 people can accurately detect more than 50 cancer types
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New blood test can detect 50 types of cancer

5 days ago   |   The Guardian   |   2 articles

System uses machine learning to offer new way to screen for hard-to-detect cancers A new blood test that can detect more than 50 types of cancer has been revealed by...
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Starwatch: catch the Crab as it crosses the meridian

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

The constellation Cancer, with the beehive cluster, is high in the sky and well-placed for observation This week is a good time to track down one of the fainter constellations...
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Can Coregistered Photoacoustic Tomography and US Be Used in Screening for Ovarian Cancer?

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Deborah Levine. 2018. “ Can Coregistered Photoacoustic Tomography and US Be Used in Screening for Ovarian Cancer? ” Radiology, 289, 3, Pp. 748-749.
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Cancer patients must not be the forgotten tragedy of this coronavirus crisis | Prasanna Sooriakumaran

10 days ago   |   The Guardian

As a prostate cancer surgeon, I'm concerned we may be losing sight of those who aren't getting the treatment they need to stay alive Coronavirus latest updates See all our...
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Which cancer patients should be continuing chemotherapy during the coronavirus? | Ranjana Srivastava

11 days ago   |   The Guardian

Here are some questions that all chemotherapy patients should ask their oncologist From a clinic emptied of patients but not their problems, I begin a series of phone consults...
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