James H. Hnatyszyn

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OBJECTIVE To review and summarize evidence from clinical, translational and epidemiologic studies which have examined the clinically relevant aspects of HPV type prevalence and cervical dysplasia in HIV-infected women. METHODS Relevant studies were identified through a MEDLINE search. References of identified reports were also used to identify additional(More)
Although differentiation of leukemic blasts to dendritic cells (DC) has promise in vaccine strategies, the mechanisms underlying this differentiation and the differences between leukemia and normal progenitor-derived DC are largely undescribed. In the case of chronic myeloid leukemia (CML), understanding the relationship between the induction of DC(More)
BACKGROUND There is growing evidence that human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected women might have a different human papillomavirus (HPV) type distribution in cervical dysplasia specimens as compared to the general population. This has implications for primary prevention. OBJECTIVE We aimed to obtain preliminary data on the HPV genotypes prevalent in(More)
The Editor, Marc Lippman, and Associate Editors: Stephen P. Ethier, Kevin S. Hughes, Alberto Montero, Steven A. Narod, and Ben H. Park would like to acknowledge the valuable contributions of the reviewers to the journal. We fully understand the burden and effort that are involved in the reviews. We rely on your expertise to maintain the standards of(More)
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