Elizabeth Willows

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OBJECTIVES Although a number of studies have examined minimally invasive approaches for oesophagectomy, these procedures have typically been offered only to selected patients with the limited long-term follow-up data. The purpose of this prospective study was to assess the feasibility of performing laparoscopically assisted oesophagectomy (LAO) for(More)
BACKGROUND Excess adiposity is a complication of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) and is commonly attributed to cranial radiation (CRT) administration. Hyperleptinaemia also occurs during ALL treatment, but there are no data on long-term alterations to adipocytokines following treatment without CRT. METHODS Fifty-four survivors (50% female)(More)
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