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Population Ageing in Central and Eastern Europe : Societal and Policy Implications
Contents: Foreword Preface Introduction: the drivers of population ageing in Central and Eastern Europe a " fertility, mortality and migration, Andreas Hoff Part I Population Ageing in EasternExpand
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Religion and reduced cancer risk: what is the explanation? A review.
Several studies of members of Christian religious communities have shown significantly lower risks for certain cancers amongst members than in the general population. We identified 17 epidemiologicalExpand
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CRABP1, C1QL1 and LCN2 are biomarkers of differentiated thyroid carcinoma, and predict extrathyroidal extension
BackgroundThe prognostic variability of thyroid carcinomas has led to the search for accurate biomarkers at the molecular level. Follicular thyroid carcinoma (FTC) is a typical example ofExpand
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Novel transcription-induced fusion RNAs in prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is a clinically and pathologically heterogeneous disease with a broad spectrum of molecular abnormalities in the genome and transcriptome. One key feature is the involvement ofExpand
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Population ageing in central and eastern Europe as an outcome of the socio-economic transition to capitalism
The aim of this article is to find an explanation for the extraordinarily rapid demographic change in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) during the 1990s. It will be argued that population ageing inExpand
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Multifocal Primary Prostate Cancer Exhibits High Degree of Genomic Heterogeneity.
BACKGROUND Most primary prostate cancers are multifocal with individual tumors harboring different aggressiveness; however, the genomic heterogeneity among these tumors is poorly understood. Expand
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Common fusion transcripts identified in colorectal cancer cell lines by high-throughput RNA sequencing.
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer disease in the Western world, and about 40% of the patients die from this disease. The cancer cells are commonly genetically unstable, but onlyExpand
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The Danish religious societies health study.
National Research Center of Cancer Rehabilitation, Research Unit of General Practice,Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark*Corresponding author. Lau CasparExpand
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High Frequency of Fusion Transcripts Involving TCF7L2 in Colorectal Cancer: Novel Fusion Partner and Splice Variants
VTI1A-TCF7L2 was reported as a recurrent fusion gene in colorectal cancer (CRC), found to be expressed in three out of 97 primary cancers, and one cell line, NCI-H508, where a genomic deletion joinsExpand
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