Tiffany Smith

Kiran Reddy1
Sunita Mulpuru1
Emily Schunk1
Michael S. Isakoff1
1Kiran Reddy
1Sunita Mulpuru
1Emily Schunk
1Michael S. Isakoff
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The complex syndrome of cancer cachexia (CC) that occurs in 50% to 80% cancer patients has been identified as an independent predictor of shorter survival and increased risk of treatment failure and toxicity, contributing to the mortality and morbidity in this population. CC is a pathological state including a symptom cluster of loss of muscle (skeletal and(More)
A film paradigm was developed to examine baseline and emotion modulated startle across a broad age range from preschool to adulthood. The paradigm was tested in children (3-, 5-, 7-, and 9-year-olds) and adults (total N = 122). The paradigm elicited a similar startle potentiation pattern across age groups; however, baseline startle changed with age: 3- and(More)
  • Damon R. Reed, Leo Mascarenhas, Kathleen Manning, Gregory A. Hale, John Goldberg, Jonathan Gill +9 others
  • 2016
Targeted kinase inhibitors and camptothecins have shown preclinical and clinical activity in several cancers. This trial evaluated the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) and dose-limiting toxicities of sorafenib and topotecan administered orally in pediatric patients with relapsed solid tumors. Sorafenib was administered twice daily and topotecan once daily on(More)
Diversity of parvovirus 4–like viruses in humans, chimpanzees, and monkeys in hunter–prey relationships. genomic characterization of a novel ovine partetravirus and a new genotype of bovine partetravirus. PLoS ONE. To the Editor: Conducting influenza surveillance in hospitals is imperative to detect outbreaks, inform infection control policy, and allocate(More)
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