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  • Does Socioeconomic Status Account for Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Childhood Cancer Survival? [Journal Article]
  • CCancer 2018 Aug 20
  • Kehm RD, Spector LG, … Osypuk TL
  • CONCLUSIONS: SES significantly mediates racial/ethnic childhood cancer survival disparities for several cancers. However, the proportion of the total race/ethnicity-survival association explained by SES varies between black-white and Hispanic-white comparisons for some cancers, and this suggests that mediation by other factors differs across groups. Cancer 2018;000:000-000. © 2018 American Cancer Society.
  • Tracing the path of cancer initiation: the AA protein-based model for cancer genesis. [Journal Article]
  • BCBMC Cancer 2018 Aug 17; 18(1):831
  • Adjiri A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Adaptation of cancer cells to their microenvironment and to different anti-cancer drugs is deemed here as the ultimate cancer hallmark, that needs to be understood and controlled. This adaptive power of cancer cells parallels that of bacteria also known with their resistance to a large range of substances in nature and in the laboratory. Consequently, cancer development could be viewed as a backward walk on the line of Evolution. Finally this unprecedented analysis demystifies cancer and puts the finger on the core problem of malignancy while offering ideas for its control with the ultimate goal of leading to its cure.
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