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13:15 EDT 20th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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The STRIVE Study: Breast Cancer Screening Cohort

GRAIL is using high-intensity sequencing of circulating cell-free nucleic acids (cfNAs) to develop blood tests to detect cancer early. The purpose of this study is to train and validate an assay to detect invasive breast cancer in patients undergoing mammography.

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Lung Cancer Screening Study Using Low Dose CT With Development and Evaluation of the GRAIL Test.

This study has two main aims. The first one is to examine how to deliver a lung cancer screening service in North Central and North East London and Essex. At the moment, the best way of finding early lung cancer is a special type of x-ray called a low dose Computed Tomography (LDCT) scan. LDCT screening is currently available in the USA to those at higher risk of getting lung cancer. The second aim of this study is to develop a blood test to find lung cancer at an early stage,...

Low Dose Sirolimus or CsA-Based Maintenance Immunosuppression After Induction With Campath-1 in Kidney Transplantation

During the past 15 years, however, the superior immunosuppressive efficacy of CsA and the well-known toxicity of long-term steroid therapy have prompted trials of steroid withdrawal from renal allograft recipients at various intervals after transplantation. Steroid withdrawal or avoidance must be balanced against the associated risk of precipitating acute allograft rejection. Moreover, with the current immunosuppressive regimens, by 10 years approximately 50% of grafts will hav...

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Ephedrine and Phenylephrine for Spinal Hypotension

Spinal anesthesia is widely used as the procedure of choice for cesarean delivery. In comparison to epidural anesthesia it is faster, easier to perform, patients are more comfortable, complication rates are lower, and it is more cost effective. Spinal anesthesia is an accepted technique in elective cesarean sections. However, hypotension, resulted from sympathectomy is a common problem, especially in pregnant women. Spinal block causes peripheral vasodilation and venous poolin...

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