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Sugar intake, inflammation, and depression in breast cancer patients
BACKGROUND: High sugar intake and depressive disorders are both prevalent public health concerns. Sugar consumption and diets high in starch, pasta, fast food, baked goods, and carbohydrates have been associated with ...
Trans-organ and Intra-organ Cancer Susceptibility
Risk of sporadic cancer varies greatly in the population and is influenced by many cancer susceptibility genes collectively. In spite of the large number of cancer susceptibility loci detected in humans or in animal models ...
Immunohistochemistry of carcinomas using monoclonal antibody, JAA-F11
Thomsen Friedenreich antigen (TF-Ag) is a carbohydrate antigen that is exposed on various carcinomas including those of the breast, colon, bladder and prostate . The ubiquitous nature of this antigen indicates that it ...
Pregnancy-related characteristics, genetic variation in estrogen-metabolizing enzymes, and maternal risk of breast cancer
Considerable evidence has accrued from in vitro , clinical, and epidemiologic studies indicating that cumulative lifetime exposure to elevated levels of circulating ovarian hormones, including estrogens and progesterone, ...