T. K. McCullough
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Role of circulating tumour cells in predicting recurrence after excision of primary colorectal carcinoma
- T. Allen-Mersh, T. K. McCullough, H. Patel, R. Wharton, C. Glover, S. Jonas
- The British journal of surgery
- 1 January 2007
This study assessed the potential for reverse transcriptase–polymerase chain reaction (RT–PCR)‐based circulating tumour cell identification to predict colorectal cancer recurrence.
Strengthening blood programs in developing countries.
- T. K. McCullough, Jeffrey McCullough
- Transfusion and apheresis science : official…
- 1 December 2013
The lack of an adequate and safe blood supply is a major limitation to health care in the developing world. It is estimated that about 80% of the worlds' population has access to only 20% of the… Expand
Progress in the blood supply of Afghanistan
The blood supply system in Afghanistan was badly damaged by years of conflict. In 2009, the Afghanistan National Blood Safety and Transfusion Service (ANBSTS) was established.
Detection of circulating tumour cells at 24 h after primary resection predicts colorectal cancer recurrence: ASGBI: Colorectal 23-30
Detection of Circulating Tumour Cells at 24 Hours after Primary Resection Predicts Colorectal Cancer Recurrence