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Human Papillomavirus Infection Correlates with Inflammatory Stat3 Signaling Activity and IL-17 Level in Patients with Colorectal Cancer
Background Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a major burden of public health and healthcare worldwide. Microbiota has been suggested in promoting chronic inflammation in the intestine which, in turn,Expand
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The case for semi-mandatory HPV vaccination in China
volume 31 NumBeR 7 JulY 2013 nature biotechnology intraepithelial neoplasias (CINs; 2,950 cases per 100,000 for CIN1 and 1,480 cases per 100,000 for CIN2/3) and cervical cancer (407 cases perExpand
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Overweight and Obesity among Low-Income Muslim Uyghur Women in Far Western China: Correlations of Body Mass Index with Blood Lipids and Implications in Preventive Public Health
Background The pandemic of obesity is a global public health concern. Most studies on obesity are skewed toward high-income and urban settings and few covers low-income populations. This studyExpand
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Implementing a cervical cancer awareness program in low- income settings in Western China: a community-based locally affordable intervention for risk reduction.
BACKGROUND Some 60 years after introduction of the Papanicolaou smear worldwide, cervical cancer remains a burden in developing countries where >85% of world new cases and deaths occur, suggesting aExpand
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Stat6 activity-related Th2 cytokine profile and tumor growth advantage of human colorectal cancer cells in vitro and in vivo.
Signal transducer and activator of transcription 6 (Stat6) is critical in Th2 polarization of immune cells and active Stat6 activity has been suggested in anti-tumor immunity in animal models. TheExpand
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Natural resistance to apoptosis correlates with resistance to chemotherapy in colorectal cancer cells
Defects in apoptotic machinery vary among individual cancer cells, and the efficacy of chemotherapy in killing cancer cells depends on the successful induction of apoptosis. This study tested theExpand
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