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Colorectal cancer ascertainment through cancer registries, hospital episode statistics, and self-reporting compared to confirmation by clinician: A cohort study nested within the UK Collaborative Trial of Ovarian Cancer Screening (UKCTOCS).

Electronic health records are frequently used for cancer epidemiology. We report on their quality for ascertaining colorectal cancer (CRC) in UK women.

KIF11 Functions as an Oncogene and Is Associated with Poor Outcomes from Breast Cancer.

The study aimed to search and identify genes that were differentially expressed in breast cancer, and their roles in cancer growth and progression.

Topotecan induces apoptosis via ASCT2 mediated oxidative stress in gastric cancer.

Topotecan (TPT) is a Topo I inhibitor and shows obvious anti-cancer effects on gastric cancer. Cancer cells reprogram their metabolic pathways to increase nutrients uptake, which has already been a hallmark of cancer. But the effect of TPT on metabolism in gastric cancer remains unknown.

Non-participation in breast cancer screening among previous cancer patients.

Breast cancer can be detected at early stages through organised screening. This study explored reasons for non-participation in breast cancer screening among previous cancer patients, who have high risk of developing a new primary cancer.

When Ovarian Cancer Is Not: Characterizing Nonovarian Cancer Pathology in a Laparoscopy-Based Triage System.

Establishing an accurate histologic diagnosis is essential for determining the appropriate course of therapy for ovarian cancer. This study sought to investigate and describe nonovarian cancer pathologies discovered during the systematic laparoscopic workup of presumed advanced ovarian cancer.

Trends in Breast Cancer Mortality by Stage at Diagnosis Among Young Women in the United States.

Assessing trends in breast cancer survival among young women who are largely unaffected by breast cancer screening will provide important information regarding improvements in the effectiveness of cancer care for breast cancer in the last few decades.

Inherited NBN Mutations and Prostate Cancer Risk and Survival.

To establish the contribution of four founder alleles of NBN to prostate cancer risk and cancer survival.

Curing cancer by cancer function.

Cancer is the disease which exists when the cell is uncontrolled. This paper presents a controller for the same. The cancer cell is reviewed via algebraic structures.

Impact of Comorbidity on Symptoms and Quality of Life Among Patients Being Treated for Breast Cancer.

Cancer patients often have other noncancer medical conditions. Presence of comorbidities negatively affects cancer survival.

Higher Age Puts Lung-Cancer Patients at Risk for Not Receiving Anti-cancer Treatment.

We aimed to determine the demographic and epidemiologic variables that are associated with no treatment in lung cancer patients.

Trajectories of spiritual well-being in long-term survivors of cancer: A report from the American Cancer Society's studies of Cancer Survivors-I.

Existing research indicates that religion, spirituality, or both are important to the quality of life of patients with cancer. The current study is the first to characterize trajectories of spiritual well-being (SWB) over time and to identify their predictors in a large, diverse sample of long-term cancer survivors.

Parental psychological distress and cancer stage: a comparison of adults with metastatic and non-metastatic cancer.

Parents with cancer have unique and often under-recognized psychological distress about the impact of their illness on their children. Relatively little is known about how parenting concerns may differ among patients by cancer stage.

Consultation frequency in general practice before cancer diagnosis in relation to the patient's usual consultation pattern: A population-based study.

Cancer patients who usually consult the general practitioner (GP) rarely are generally diagnosed with more advanced stages of cancer. This subgroup of cancer patients may thus postpone relevant healthcare seeking.

Correlation Between Postoperative Health-Related Quality of Life and Care Needs of Oral Cancer Patients.

Oral cancer is the fifth most common form of cancer in Taiwan in terms of incidence and death rate and results in at least 2700 deaths each year.

miR‑21‑5p targets PDHA1 to regulate glycolysis and cancer progression in gastric cancer.

Pyruvate dehydrogenase A1 (PDHA1) is a component of the pyruvate dehydrogenase enzyme complex, which links glycolysis and the tricarboxylic acid cycle, and is important for cancer metabolism shift. PDHA1 downregulation has been revealed in several types of cancer to enhance glycolysis. However, the role of PDHA1 in gastric cancer remains largely unknown. In the present study, we found that PDHA1 was significantly downregulated in gastric cancer, and associated with poor prognosis. PDHA1 downregulation prom...

Cancer Comorbidity: Implications for Drug Safety.

Cancer is primarily a disease of aging. This chapter discusses relevant aspect of the physiology of aging, medication use and toxicity, comorbidities, and specific challenges in treating older adults with cancer.

Projection of cancer incidence rates and case numbers until 2030: A probabilistic approach applied to German cancer registry data (1999-2013).

Cancer incidence projections are of major interest for resource allocation in healthcare and medical research. Previous reports of cancer incidence projections have often been deterministic, i.e. lacking quantification of uncertainty. We project cancer incidence in Germany by applying an approach that allows for probabilistic interpretation of outcomes.

Influence of the time interval from diagnosis to treatment on survival for early-stage liver cancer.

Liver cancer is the fifth most common cancer in men and the ninth most common cancer in women, and the WHO expects that there will be 1,341,344 cases in 2034 worldwide. Liver cancer also has the second-highest cancer death rate, accounting for 7% of all cancers. The study is going to explore the relationship between time interval from diagnosis to treatment and survival status of early-stage liver cancer patients.

Tumor is an Oxidative Stress Factor in Ovarian Cancer Patients.

Epithelial ovarian cancer is worldwide the second cause of gynaecological cancer but the commonest cause of gynaecological cancer-associated death.

Differences in cancer survival by sex: a population-based study using cancer registry data.

Few large-scale studies have investigated sex differences in cancer survival and little is known about their temporal and age-related patterns.

Correlates of smoking status in cancer survivors.

To determine the characteristics associated with cancer survivors which indicate continued cigarette smoking at or around the time of cancer diagnosis.

Acupuncture for cancer-related fatigue in lung cancer patients: methodological and statistical issues.

Re: The relationship between patient and tumor characteristics, patterns of breast cancer care, and 5-year survival among elderly women with incident breast cancer. Breast Cancer Res Treat. Sep 2018;171(2):477-488.

Cost-utility analysis of a potential lung cancer screening program for a high-risk population in Germany: A modelling approach.

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in Germany. Although several randomized trials in Europe have evaluated the effectiveness of lung cancer screening programs, evidence on the cost-effectiveness of lung cancer screening is scarce.

A scoping review of trials of interventions led or delivered by cancer nurses.

Advances in research and technology coupled with an increased cancer incidence and prevalence have resulted in significant expansion of cancer nurse role, in order to meet the growing demands and expectations of people affected by cancer (PABC). Cancer nurses are also tasked with delivering an increasing number of complex interventions as a result of ongoing clinical trials in cancer research. However much of this innovation is undocumented, and we have little insight about the nature of novel interventions...

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