Kaijun Tay

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This study was designed to compare post-irradiation sarcomas (PIS) and de novo sarcomas (DN) of the head and neck in terms of tumor characteristics, prognostic factors, and survival outcomes. All (N = 83) head and neck sarcoma patients treated at National Cancer Centre, Singapore (Feb 2002–May 2011) were included: DN (N = 60; 72 %); PIS (N = 23; 28 %).(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify factors other than socioeconomic status that influence participation in cervical cancer screening. METHODS A prospective, questionnaire-based, cross-sectional study was conducted among all female nurses working at Singapore General Hospital, Singapore, between November 1 and December 15, 2013. Characteristics assessed included age,(More)
AIM To evaluate the impact of different strategies of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination on the burden of cervical cancer in Singapore. METHODS The incidence of cervical cancer was calculated using a Markov model with inputs based on Singapore data for the prevalence of HPV infection, socioeconomic characteristics and screening prevalence. The(More)
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