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Subject: Cancer
Background: Our aim was to assess the cumulative risk of false-positive screening results, screen-detected cancer, and interval breast cancer in mammography screening among women with and without a previous benign breast disease and a family history of breast cancer.
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Subject: Cancer
Background??Thrombocytosis (raised platelet count) is an emerging risk marker of cancer, but the association has not been fully explored in a primary care context. Aim??To examine the incidence of cancer in a cohort of patients with thrombocytosis, to determine how clinically useful this risk...
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Subject: Liver cancer
Overnutrition can promote liver cancer in mice and humans that have liver damage caused by alcohol, viruses, or carcinogens. However, the mechanism linking diet to increased liver tumorigenesis remains unclear in the context of whether tumorigenesis is secondary to obesity, or whether nutrients...
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Subject: Breast cancer
Although targeted therapies are often effective systemically, they fail to adequately control brain metastases. In preclinical models of breast cancer that faithfully recapitulate the disparate clinical responses in these microenvironments, we observed that brain metastases evade...
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Author: Journal Cell
Subject: Tumor, Mutations
Mutations truncating a single copy of the tumor suppressor,??BRCA2, cause cancer susceptibility. In cells bearing such heterozygous mutations, we find that a??cellular metabolite and ubiquitous environmental toxin, formaldehyde, stalls and destabilizes DNA replication forks, engendering structural...
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Author: PLOS
Subject: Cancer
Objective Cervical cancer screening usually requires use of a speculum to provide a clear view of the cervix. The speculum is one potential barrier to screening due to fear of pain, discomfort and embarrassment. The aim of this paper is to present and demonstrate the feasibility of a tampon-sized...
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Subject: Lung cancer
Among patients with non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), data on intratumor heterogeneity and cancer genome evolution have been limited to small retrospective cohorts. We wanted to prospectively investigate intratumor heterogeneity in relation to clinical outcome and to determine the clonal nature...
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Subject: Breast cancer
Background:Breast cancer is the most common cancer in females. The effects of statins on breast cancer prognosis have long been controversial, so it is important to investigate the relationship between statin type, exposure time, and breast cancer prognosis. This study sought to explore the effect...
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Cell migration, which is central to many biological processes including wound healing and cancer progression, is sensitive to environmental stiffness, and many cell types exhibit a stiffness optimum, at which migration is maximal. Here we present a cell migration simulator that predicts a stiffness...
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Subject: Mental wellbeing
This article presents an analysis of challenges and considerations when developing digital mental health innovations. Recommendations include collaborative working between clinicians, researchers, industry and service users in order to successfully navigate challenges and to ensure e-therapies are...

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