David W. Fry

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BACKGROUND Previous studies on bladder cancer have shown nodal involvement to be an independent indicator of prognosis and survival. This study aimed at developing an objective method for detection of nodal metastasis from molecular profiles of primary urothelial carcinoma tissues. METHODS The study included primary bladder tumor tissues from 60 patients(More)
BACKGROUND One in 4 patients with lymph node-negative, invasive colorectal carcinoma (CRC) develops recurrent disease after undergoing curative surgery, and most die of advanced disease. Predicting which patients will develop a recurrence is a significantly growing, unmet medical need. METHODS Archival formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) primary(More)
Nodal staging has been identified as an independent indicator of prognosis. Quantitative RT-PCR data was taken for 70 genes associated with bladder cancer and genetic programming was used to develop classification rules associated with nodal stages of bladder cancer. This study suggests involvement of several key genes for discriminating between samples(More)
  • Anirban P, Mitra, Arpit A, Almal, Ben George, David W Fry +6 others
  • 2006
Background: Previous studies on bladder cancer have shown nodal involvement to be an independent indicator of prognosis and survival. This study aimed at developing an objective method for detection of nodal metastasis from molecular profiles of primary urothelial carcinoma tissues.
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