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Báo cáo y học: "Translational Medicine and Reliability of Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism Studies: Can We Believe in SNP Reports or Not"

Báo cáo y học:
... using the following keyword combinations: (glutathione s-transferase OR GST OR GSTT1 OR GSTM1 OR GSTP1) AND (polymorphism OR polymorphisms OR SNP OR mutation) AND (cancer OR malign* OR carcinoma ... analysing a determined polymorphisms between the studies examining it within 1-3 polymorphisms versus studies examining the same polymorphism among more than polymorphism Since the distribution of ... negative reports Due to the high number of published reports on the association of GST polymorphisms and cancer outcome (mainly colorectal, breast, and lung malignancy) SNPs for GST polymorphisms were...
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Neewa the Wonder Dog and the Ghost Hunters! Volume One: The Indian Medicine Woman's Mystery Revealed

Neewa the Wonder Dog and the Ghost Hunters! Volume One: The Indian Medicine Woman's Mystery Revealed
... in the ceramic tile covering the floor Everyone was so mad when Dad said we were selling the house and Grandma and Grandpa would have to move It was on a dead-end street, the last house, and there ... came from the desert Someone found the three of them roaming around and brought them in “They had no mom or dad with them Not much chance they would have made it to sunrise out there in the desert ... to seeing ghosts There are always stories in the newspapers about people seeing ghosts in the desert or mountains They see a shadow and think it’s a ghost Their imagination causes them to see...
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Check your english vocabulary for medicine

Check your english vocabulary for medicine
... CHECK YOUR ENGLISH VOCABULARY FOR MEDICINE third edition A & C Black Ⴇ London www.acblack.com First published in ... level of English However, many people who work in medicine have to read in English on a regular basis; students with a more basic level of English may therefore already have the passive vocabulary ... change the forms of the verbs to fit the grammar of the sentences (Remember the five forms of English verbs - for example: take, takes, took, taken, taking.) The first question has been done for you...
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Regenerative Medicine Reconstruction of Tracheal and Pharyngeal Mucosal Defects in Head and Neck Surgery

Regenerative Medicine Reconstruction of Tracheal and Pharyngeal Mucosal Defects in Head and Neck Surgery
... against infection and invading connective tissue There are still very few studies applying the methods of tissue engineering to produce tracheal replacements and to examine these in vitro and in ... option in head and neck surgery The use of implant materials for the reconstruction of pharyngeal defects is currently at the early beginning Until now, there are only data concerning the use of ... development of mucosal reconstruction in head and neck surgery except for the salivary gland tissue [165–167] is still at the relative beginning 13.6 Conclusion The clinical applicability and quality of...
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Introduction - recent debates in maternal–fetal medicine – what are the ethical questions

Introduction - recent debates in maternal–fetal medicine – what are the ethical questions
... practising clinician’s slant on disability, in the context of ethical issues in withdrawing life-sustaining treatment He writes, ‘Life-sustaining treatment implies that treatment is being given in ... Savage how far should a feminist obstetrician go in imposing treatment on women in the name of their own best interest, and/or that of the fetus? Bewley is willing to recognize the interests of the ... strangeness, in other words, the stranger within ourselves The implication for cloning is that the parent(s) seeking reproductive cloning cannot accept that strangeness, carried in the matrix of the gestating...
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Multicultural issues in maternal–fetal medicine

Multicultural issues in maternal–fetal medicine
... not incompatibility between universalist and relativist reasoning or between individualist and collective ethical positions per se First, within Multicultural issues in maternal–fetal medicine individualist ... reasoning was a result of apparently conXicting demands within the liberal concept of justice, which, on the one hand, demanded that we give Multicultural issues in maternal–fetal medicine the ... identity, however, can be Multicultural issues in maternal–fetal medicine fully realized only when an individual has a chance to make independent ethical choices against her own cultural beliefs,...
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Learning Medicine - Doubts

Learning Medicine - Doubts
... the structure of medicine to prevent “burn out” but doctors sometimes need reminding that “the grass is always greener …” There is no escaping the 128 Learning medicine fact that medicine is not ... student pub-crawls sometimes feel like light-years away, replaced by hectic ward rounds, endless discharge summaries and cardiac arrests However, it is interesting to note that, 142 Learning medicine ... undertaking The subject matter and the style of learning and of examinations may be very different from previous experience The greater emphasis on self-directed learning with less of the spoon feeding...
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Learning Medicine - Interviews

Learning Medicine - Interviews
... statements about your individuality rather than your all-in-one leather number and preference for multiple face piercing Nothing is more of a turn-off to interviewers than someone who is full of himself ... parents have thought up for them; it also reveals some of the qualities above and beyond 78 Learning medicine academic ability which are desirable in a caring profession such as compassion and ... in for, both at medical school and as a doctor This can range from the impact of medicine on personal life to how medicine relates to the society it serves It also allows the interviewers to explore...
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Learning Medicine- The new doctor

Learning Medicine- The new doctor
... for each other But if the interest and the will are there, the individual and the speciality can develop together like partners in a successful marriage Doctor and speciality is not the only fit ... for the doctor patient relationship on the way, bearing in mind Dr Brotschi’s snapshots of the kind of doctors we shouldn’t be” in a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine: First, the ... officer post in anaesthetics, and is a test of 162 Learning medicine knowledge of the scientific basis of anaesthetics and anaesthesia The final part of the FRCAnaes is taken during the later stages...
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Why medicine and why not

Why medicine and why not
... in their training and career; they also need to be excited and challenged intellectually and emotionally by some if not all aspects of medicine 11 Why medicine and why not? And, as much of the ... Why medicine and why not? seeing medicine from another side by helping in hospital, nursing home, or general practitioner’s (GP’s) surgery, each situation giving different insights And, why not? ... a unique passport to the minds and bodies of all Why medicine and why not? kinds and conditions of men, women, and children In return the doctor has the ethical and practical duty to work uncompromisingly...
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Nutrition: Medicine of the Future

Nutrition: Medicine of the Future
... a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution It is measured on a scale of to 14 - the lower the pH the more acidic the solution, the higher the pH the more alkaline (or base) the solution ... 2 NUTRITION: MEDICINE OF THE FUTURE The subject of nutrition is massively wide and deep There is so much to know and so many seemingly contradictory theories on the subject of nutrition ... oily fish, to be sure of the essential Omega-3 Vaccines - Cry of the Heart On the physical, intellectual and moral strength of the children of today the future rests Yet that future is in doubt,...
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