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Effect of Simulation Learning on Radiology Resident Skills
17th Dec 2019
Introduction: What is the ‘utility’ of simulation training in the acquisition of interventional skills by radiology residents?  Introduction and background  The acquisition of interventional skills by radiolo...

Neuroblastoma Risk Factors and Incidence
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells in which cells divide and proliferate in an uncontrolled way (Figure 1‑1) caused by multiple mutations and changes in gene expression. These cancerous cells in...

Harnessing Albumin as a Carrier for Cancer Therapies
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Harnessing Albumin as a Carrier for Cancer Therapies Introduction            Albumin as a Carrier            Cancer Implications of Albumin      Passive Albumin Tumor Accum...

Epidemiology & Etiology of Bladder Cancer
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: Epidemiology Bladder cancer is the most common malignancy of the urinary tract and second only to prostate in the entire genitourinary system. The most updated available global estimate, based on reg...

Role of Mediator Complex in Breast Cancers
16th Dec 2019
Introduction:       Role of Mediator Complex in Breast Cancers Introduction: Breast Cancers (BCs) are the most common malignant tumors in women with more than 1.8 million new cases registered every year and o...

Visualizing HCT116 Colorectal Cancer Cells in CT Cancer
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction Cancer cell spheroids are one of the most common and versatile methods of culturing cells in 3-D and are used in cancer research as an intermediate model between in vitro cancer cell lin...

Plant Medicines in Cancer Treatment
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Review of Literature Plants as therapeutic agents Plant medicines are the most widely used medicines in the world today. The use of herbs and plants as the first medicine is a universal phenomenon. E...

Characterisation of Prostate Cancer Stem Cells
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Abstract Background Advances in the study of cancer cells with stem cell characteristics may enable the development of new and improved cancer therapies. Stem cell marker expression can be investigate...

Use of HPV Vaccines for Cervical Cancer Prevention
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: HPV Vaccines: Will They Prevent Cervical cancer Introduction Human papilloma viruses (HPV) belong to the papillomaviridae family, they are double stranded DNA viruses. HPV is the most common sexually...

Development of CT Scans for Cancer Studies
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: According to the statistics presented by the World Health Organization (WHO), with around 7.4 million deaths (around 13% of the total death) in 2004, cancer is the leading cause of death throughout th...

HRT And The Risk Of Breast Cancer
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: HRT And The Risk Of Breast Cancer Methodology is the set of principles of research that guides the researcher to decide the type of research method which would be most appropriate considering t...

Trends of CRC Incidence and Mortality Rates
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Examine the trends of CRC incidence and mortality rates in the WA population since 1982 to 2014 overall and by demographic with impact of National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP): WACRC Study ...