Monthly Archives: January 2017

Clonal evolution of chemotherapy-resistant urothelial CA, and intratumoral heterogeneity in esophageal SSC

GEITP is BAA-AA-AA-AA-AA-AA-AACK.  After a long, arduous five-week exhausting journey, we will now begin to resume for 2o17. This first topic [attached] is relevant to me –– because, within recent weeks, I’ve had discussions with a colleague about whether each … Continue reading

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Eggs Linked to Decreased Stroke, No Increase in Coronary Heart Disease Risk

There was a day, not too long ago, when “eating eggs” was considered a big risk for heart disease, due to the cholesterol content of eggs. DwN Eggs Linked to Decreased Stroke, No Increase in CHD Risk Deborah Brauser December … Continue reading

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Dramatic Drop in Cancer Deaths, except Liver Cancer on the Rise

This [below] is an interesting report, just out, and summarized in MedScape News. I find the “rise in liver cancer” perhaps most intesresting. Although they mention hepatoma virus and excessive alcohol consumption as likely contributors to hepatoma risk –– there … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

HAPPY NEW YEAR! This is an intriguing recent article from The New York Times (sent to me by a faithful Reader). Because I know a Department Chairman, and another tenured Professor –– who were recently both duped into paying and … Continue reading

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