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Locating the Source(s) of the Social Value Requirement(s).

In this issue of the Hastings Center Report, Danielle Wenner looks at a few prominent analyses of the social value requirement for clinical research, claiming that they are all based on what she calls a transactional model of research ethics. She argues that the transactional model fails to provide a secure foundation for the social value requirement, and then, appealing to John Rawls, she argues that a more secure foundation lies in the principles of social justice. Wenner's attempt to locate the source of...


Inappropriate Celebration in the Presence of Patients With Poor Prognosis-The Cancer Center Victory Bell.

Research progress of circular RNAs in lung cancer.

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers and the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Despite encouraging results achieved with targeted therapy in recent years, the early diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer remains a major problem. Circular RNA (circRNA), a type of RNA with covalently closed continuous loop structures, has structural stability and certain tissue specificity. Recent studies have found that circRNAs have an important role in tumor development and are expected to be reveal...


Parameters that remain consistent independent of pausing before gait-initiation during normal rise-to-walk behaviour delineated by sit-to-walk and sit-to-stand-and-walk.

Rising-to-walk is an everyday transitional movement task rarely employed in gait rehabilitation. Sit-to-walk (STW) and sit-to-stand-and-walk (STSW), where a pause separates sit-to-stand and gait-initiation (GI) represent extremes of rising-to-walk behaviour. Delayed GI can indicate pathological impairment but is also observed in healthy individuals. We hypothesise that healthy subjects express consistent biomechanical parameters, among others that differ, during successful rising-to-walk task performance re...

Reliability, validity and minimal detectable change of 2-minute walk test, 6-minute walk test and 10-meter walk test in frail older adults with dementia.

Walk tests are commonly used to evaluate walking ability in frail older adults with dementia but their psychometric evidence in this population is lacking.

Incremental elevations of TNF-α and IL-6 in the human colon and pro-cancerous changes in the mucosal transcriptome accompany adiposity.

Obesity, a risk factor for colorectal cancer, raises systemic levels of pro-inflammatory mediators. Whether increased levels also reside in the colons of obese individuals, and are accompanied by pro-cancerous alterations in the mucosal transcriptome is unknown.

Two-minute walk tests demonstrate similar age-related gait differences as a six-minute walk test.

The six-minute walk test (6MWT) is used within clinical and research settings to assess gait performance across a variety of conditions and populations. Commonly, the test is used to identify specific aspects of gait that affect functional mobility. With the advancement of new technologies such as wireless inertial sensors, it has become possible to collect reliable, sensitive, and objective measures of gait. While the 6MWT has been accepted and used for many years, a more concise, while still objective gai...

The Partnership for Accelerating Cancer Therapies.

As a part of the Cancer Moonshot, the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, the Foundation for National Institutes of Health, the US Food and Drug Administration, and 12 pharmaceutical companies have formed a 5-year, $220 million precompetitive public-private research collaboration called the Partnership for Accelerating Cancer Therapies. A systematic cross-sector effort to identify and develop robust, standardized biomarkers and related clinical data, Partnership for Acceler...

Two-minute walk test: Reference equations for healthy adults in China.

Although the six-minute walk test (6MWT) is widely used as a measure of exercise capacity, it may not be applicable in some settings and populations. This issue has led to increased use of the two-minute walk test (2MWT) to assess exercise capacity. The main objective of this study is to establish reference equations for the two-minute walk distance (2MWD) in healthy Chinese adults aged 18-85 years.

RePAIR consensus guidelines: Responsibilities of Publishers, Agencies, Institutions, and Researchers in protecting the integrity of the research record.

The progression of research and scholarly inquiry does not occur in isolation and is wholly dependent on accurate reporting of methods and results, and successful replication of prior work. Without mechanisms to correct the literature, much time and money is wasted on research based on a crumbling foundation. These guidelines serve to outline the respective responsibilities of researchers, institutions, agencies, and publishers or editors in maintaining the integrity of the research record. Delineating thes...

Molecular Profiling of Pancreatic Cancer Patients-Response.

Promoting scientist-advocate collaborations in cancer research: why and how.

Advocates bring unique and important viewpoints to the cancer research process, ensuring that scientific and medical advances are patient-centered and relevant. In this article, we discuss the benefits of engaging advocates in cancer research and underscore ways in which both the scientific and patient communities can facilitate this mutually beneficial collaboration. We discuss how to establish and nurture successful scientist-advocate relationships throughout the research process. We review opportunities ...

'Breast cancer won't kill ya in the breast': Broaching a rationale for chemotherapy during the surgical consultation for early-stage breast cancer.

To examine how, and for what interactional purpose, a surgeon raises the risk of death with an early-stage breast cancer patient.

Langevin dynamics for a Lévy walk with memory.

Memory effects, sometimes, cannot be neglected. In the framework of continuous-time random walk, memory effect is modeled by the correlated waiting times. In this paper, we derive the two-point probability distribution of the correlated waiting time process, as well as the one of its inverse process, and present the Langevin description of Lévy walk with memory. We call this model a Lévy-walk-type model with correlated waiting times. Based on the built Langevin picture, the properties of aging and nonstat...

Mapping cancer research across Central and Eastern Europe, the Russian Federation and Central Asia: Implications for future national cancer control planning.

Cancer research is an essential part of national cancer control programmes, and the emerging economies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Russian Federation and Central Asia (R-CA) (Commonwealth of Independent States) remain relatively understudied. Here, we map the cancer research activity from the 29 countries across these regions over a 10-year period (2007-2016), using a standard scientometric approach. Research activity was compared with the countries' wealth and with the disease burden from ...

Cancer Core Europe: A European cancer research alliance realizing a research infrastructure with critical mass and programmatic approach to cure cancer in the 21st century.

Translational cancer research covers the whole cancer research continuum from basic to preclinical to early clinical, late clinical and outcomes research. Basic-preclinical research is the "engine" for early clinical research bridging the early translational research gap. Cancer Core Europe has been created to construct a sustainable, high level, shared research infrastructure platform with research collaborations and taskforces (data sharing, clinical trials, genomics, immunotherapy, imaging, legal & ethic...

Hormone therapy and osteoporosis in breast cancer survivors: assessment of risk and adherence to screening recommendations.

The long-term impact of hormone therapy for breast cancer on risk of osteoporosis and the extent to which bone screening recommendations are implemented in daily practice remain unknown. We found that the aromatase inhibitor-induced risk of osteoporosis did not continue in the off-treatment follow-up. Adherence to screening recommendations was suboptimal.

An acoustic emission characterization of the failure process of shallow foundation resting on sandy soils.

Shallow foundation is a common foundation type that is usually used for small to medium size structures. The bearing ability and the failure mechanism of shallow foundation are the fundamental concerns for geotechnical engineers, and the demand for new insights into the relevant issue is still increasing. This paper presents an acoustic emission (AE) characterization of the failure process of shallow foundation, with the aim of revealing the fundamental information on AE signals associated with shallow foun...

Gait quantification in multiple sclerosis: A single-centre experience of systematic evaluation.

Gait disorders can be disabling in persons with multiple sclerosis (PMS). Different gait parameters have been used to evaluate gait disorders according to the International classification of functioning. Some authors have reported a direct relation between evaluations over short distances and long-term outcomes. This relationship is of interest for the purposes of clinical research, as it enables short-distance evaluations to be used as a primary endpoint for trials. However, these endpoints are not always ...

Long noncoding RNAs: p53's secret weapon in the fight against cancer?

p53 regulates the expression of hundreds of genes. Recent surprising observations indicate that no single protein-coding gene controls the tumor suppressor effects of p53. This raises the possibility that a subset of these genes, regulated by a p53-induced long noncoding RNA (lncRNA), could control p53's tumor suppressor function. We propose molecular mechanisms through which lncRNAs could regulate this subset of genes and hypothesize an exciting, direct role of lncRNAs in p53's genome stability maintenance...

Cancer Core Europe: A translational research infrastructure for a European mission on cancer.

Cancer Core Europe is a European legal alliance consisting of seven leading cancer centres - most of them Comprehensive Cancer Centres (CCCs) - with a single portal system to engage in various research projects with partners. Cancer Core Europe was established to create a sustainable, high-level, shared research infrastructure platform hosting research collaborations and taskforces (data sharing, clinical trials, genomics, immunotherapy, imaging, education and training and legal & ethical issues), with a co...

PLN Foundation.

The 3D Cancer Nucleus.

Research into the three-dimensional (3D) organization of the cancer cell genome started over 100 years ago. We follow an exciting avenue of research in this field, from Hansemann's early observations of aberrant mitoses and nuclei in cancer cells in the late 19 century to Boveri's theory of the cancer cell in the early 20 century, to current views of nuclear organization and its changes in cancer. Molecular and imaging methods go hand in hand with providing us with a better understanding of the spatial natu...

Melanoma central nervous system metastases: An update to approaches, challenges, and opportunities.

In February 2018, the Melanoma Research Foundation and the Moffitt Cancer Center hosted the Second Summit on Melanoma Central Nervous System (CNS) Metastases in Tampa, Florida. In this white paper we outline the current status of basic science, translational and clinical research into melanoma brain metastasis development and therapeutic management. We further outline the important challenges that remain for the field and the critical barriers that need to be overcome for continued progress to be made i...

A prospective, longitudinal study evaluating the baseline six-minute walk test as an individual reference value in systemic sclerosis patients.

Interstitial lung disease (ILD) and pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) are the leading causes of death in systemic sclerosis (SSc). Although the six-minute walk test (6MWT) is used for evaluating ILD and PAH, no data are available on the evolution of the six-minute walk distance (6MWD) in SSc patients without ILD and PAH and whether the baseline 6MWD could serve as individual reference value for the management of those who will develop PAH or ILD.


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