Martin W. McBride

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OBJECTIVES The objective of this study was to examine the associations of brain tumours with radio frequency (RF) fields from mobile phones. METHODS Patients with brain tumour from the Australian, Canadian, French, Israeli and New Zealand components of the Interphone Study, whose tumours were localised by neuroradiologists, were analysed. Controls were(More)
Owing to the dynamic nature of the transcriptome, gene expression profiling is a promising tool for discovery of disease-related genes and biological pathways. In the present study, we examined gene expression in whole blood of 12 patients with CAD (coronary artery disease) and 12 healthy control subjects. Furthermore, ten patients with CAD underwent(More)
An infant with persistent Harlequinism went on to develop a hemiparesis secondary to Moyamoya disease at 2 1/2 months of age. The sympathetic nervous system is proposed to be an etiologic factor in the pathophysiology of Moyamoya disease as well as Harlequinism. This is one of the youngest patients reported in the English literature with Moyamoya disease(More)
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