Gayle Woods

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The identification of several steroid-transforming enzymes within human breast cancers has led to speculation that the growth of some hormone-responsive tumors might be mediated in part by intracellularly derived estrogens. Reports that MCF-7 human breast cancer cells can transform both estrone (E1)1 to estradiol (E2) and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) to(More)
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  • Journal of homosexuality
  • 1992
All the desired youths in Marlowe come clothed in favors, the tokens of older and richer men's yearning. These bribes and rewards, often feminine or effeminate ornaments, not only beautify the already gorgeous bodies of young men, but also label and augment their value and their power. The moment of virility's blooming, in adolescence, is seen as a time(More)
A review was conducted of 825 obstetrics cases on active computer file at the Department of Family and Community Medicine in Little Rock, Arkansas. Independent raters evaluated faculty and resident usage of a prenatal protocol which was routinely used as a teaching tool in the department's residency program since 1972. Significant differences were found to(More)
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