Selina Catala

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AIMS This study examined the effects of two primary care interventions (a physician intervention and a clinic-based psychoeducational group) on drinking patterns, psychosocial problems and blood test results (MCV, GGT, SGOT and SGPT). DESIGN Subjects were randomized into one of four treatment groups: physician intervention, psychoeducation, both(More)
PURPOSE We wanted to understand patients' views about physician interventions with family violence and conflict. METHODS Clinic staff surveyed 253 male and female family practice patients in 6 member offices of the South Texas Ambulatory Research Network (STARNet). The survey instrument addressed demographics, relationship quality, intimate partner(More)
The purpose was to conduct a pilot study of the extent of stress and differences in sources of stress experienced by HIV+ and HIV- caregivers of HIV+ children living in South Texas. 13 infected and 9 uninfected caregivers each completed the Questionnaire on Resources and Stress for their preschool-aged HIV+ child. Both HIV+ and HIV- caregivers experienced(More)
book and program 642 NOTCH AND DLL4 EXPRESSION IN BEVACIZUMAB-TREATED COLON CANCER PATIENTS 646 PHASE II STUDY OF S-1 PLUS LEUCOVORIN (1 WEEK TREATMENT REGIMEN FOLLOWED BY 1 WEEK REST PERIOD) IN PATIENTS WITH UNTREATED METASTATIC COLORECTAL CANCER IN JAPAN AND CHINA: COMPARING RESULTS OF EACH COUNTRY AND UPDATING OVERALL SURVIVAL 651 RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS(More)
The question of returning to work and pursuing professional activity during cancer treatment is an increasingly important consideration. The present work focuses on factors affecting the feasibility of maintaining professional activity during treatment for breast cancer, for women who wished to do so. Written questionnaires were collected from 216 patients(More)
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