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The long-term propagation ofprimary human prostate cancer (PCA)in vivo or in vitro has been rare. Most such PCAS are phenotypically different from most PCAs in humans; i.e., they make little prostate specific antigen and respond little, if at all, to androgen deprivation. A serially transplant able, primary human PCA, designated CWR22, exhibits a clonal(More)
Intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) requires the determination of the appropriate multileaf collimator settings to deliver an intensity map. The purpose of this work was to attempt to reduce the number of segments required for IMRT delivery and the number of monitor units required to deliver an intensity map. An intensity map may be written as a(More)
Convincing epidemiological data suggest an inverse association between cancer and neurodegeneration, including Alzheimer's disease (AD). Since both AD and cancer are characterized by abnormal, but opposing cellular behavior, i.e., increased cell death in AD while excessive cell growth occurs in cancer, this motivates us to initiate the study into unraveling(More)
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