Margaret J. Lin

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BACKGROUND Worldwide, one-seventh of cervical cancers occur in China, which lacks a national screening program. By evaluating the diagnostic accuracy of self-collected cervicovaginal specimens tested for human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA (Self-HPV testing) in China, we sought to determine whether Self-HPV testing may serve as a primary cervical cancer(More)
Thymic carcinoma is a rare but lethal mediastinal cancer. The optimal treatment for advanced thymic carcinoma is not yet established. This report is the first known of stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (sabr) with CyberKnife (Accuray, Sunnyvale, CA, U.S.A.) as definitive therapy for thymic carcinoma. The patient, a 70-year-old woman with thymic carcinoma,(More)
  • Richard Abrohams, Terry Bream, +429 authors Juan Domingo
  • 2006
Mission: The Permanente Journal is written and published by the clinicians of the Permanente Medical Groups and KFHP to promote the delivery of superior health care through the principles and benefits of Permanente Medicine.
  • Richard Abrohams, Terry Bream, +433 authors Juan Domingo
  • 2006
Mission: The Permanente Journal is written and published by the clinicians of the Permanente Medical Groups and KFHP to promote the delivery of superior health care through the principles and benefits of Permanente Medicine.
  • Richard Abrohams, Terry Bream, +432 authors Juan Domingo
  • 2005
Mission: The Permanente Journal is written and published by the clinicians of the Permanente Medical Groups and KFHP to promote the delivery of superior health care through the principles and benefits of Permanente Medicine.
BACKGROUND There are a number of sound justifications for publishing nearly identical information in Chinese and English medical journals, assuming several conditions are met. Although overlap publication is perceived as undesirable and ethically questionable in Europe and North America, it may serve an important function in some regions where English is(More)
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