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Other highlights in the May 2 JNCI

... ... The initial findings from the Italian trial showed no significant reduction in breast cancer risk with tamoxifen use. However, the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Projects Breast Cancer Prevention Trial found that tamoxifen reduced the risk of estrogen receptor-positive brea...

Other highlights in the Dec. 6 JNCI

... ... Adriano Decarli, Ph.D., of the University of Milan in Italy, and colleagues used data from a multicenter case control study in Italy and Italian cancer registries to develop an Italian version of the Gail model, a common model to predict the absolute risk...

Other highlights in the October 5 JNCI

...... A new study has found little or no evidence that being breast-fed as an infant is associated with cancer risk as an adult....... Exposures to environmental factors in infancy may influence cancer risk later in life. For example, breast feeding is associated with height and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) levels in later childhood, and height and IGF-1 levels have been associated with...

Other highlights in the July 20 JNCI

Other highlights in the July 20 include a study identifying HPV types that may help manage cancer risk in women with cervical abnormalities, a study examining the risk of contralateral testicular cancer, a study that looks at the association between higher urinary melatonin levels and breast cancer risk, and a study examining how accurately Medicare claims data reflect chemotherapy use in elder...

Other highlights in the May 18 JNCI

...... Lowering the threshold for recalling patients for additional assessment after a mammogram can detect more breast cancers earlier, but the benefit levels off, according to a new study....... Breast cancer screening programs aim to improve patient mortality and decrease morbidity by detecting high numbers of early-stage cancers without increasing the number of false positives--women recalle...

Other highlights in the May 4 JNCI

...... Increasing Pap screening adherence and improving the accuracy of Pap screening could reduce the incidence of invasive cervical cancer among women with access to screening and could afford earlier detection of cervical cancer, a new study concludes....... Cervical cancer is highly preventable and treatable. Therefore, the occurrence of an invasive cervical cancer represents a failure in th...
(Date:7/31/2014)... studies have shown that marine noise can affect animal ... the Universities of Bristol and Exeter and the cole ... demonstrated that boat noise stops embryonic development and increases ... the sea slug Stylocheilus striatus used in ... away and later feed on toxic alga but this ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... A deep-sea octopus protected and tended her eggs until ... published July 30, 2014 in the open-access journal ... Aquarium Research Institute and colleagues. , Octopuses typically have ... females protect and take care of their fertilized eggs ... eggs for 1 to 3 months, but little is ...
(Date:7/30/2014)... University of Helsinki and the Universitat Autnoma de Barcelona ... changes which have taken millions of years to occur. ... of mice teeth, induced in the laboratory, scientists have ... observed in the fossil registry of rodent species which ... To modify the development of their teeth, the team ...
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