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Investigating the serotonin 2C receptor as a candidate oncogene and drug target in advanced prostate cancer
by Seedhouse, Steven James, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2015: 334 pages; 3725989.
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Negotiating emotional order: A grounded theory of the survivorship process in women who have completed treatment for breast cancer
by Klimek Yingling, Jennifer A., Ph.D.  Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - Newark. 2013: 209 pages; 3600633.
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The impact of cancer caregiving on cancer caregivers: Stories of lives in transition
by Steinwedel, Cynthia M., Ph.D.  The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. 2013: 322 pages; 3602366.
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Clinical implementation of breast cancer genomics
by Parker, Joel Stanley, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2010: 131 pages; 3428393.
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Role of Osteopontin (OPN) in Migration and Proliferation of Human Salivary Gland Cells
by Carter, Kathryn, M.S.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2016: 73 pages; 10163018.
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Psychological factors in relation to cancer incidence, mortality and quality of life
by Minjun, Jiang, Ph.D.  National University of Singapore (Singapore). 2015: 147 pages; 10006028.
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Finding Meaning Through the Cancer Experience Benefits of Narrative Writing for People Living With Cancer
by Perry, Julie Randels, D.Min.  Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond. 2019: 218 pages; 27724602.
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Development of novel agent, VN/124-1, for the treatment of advanced prostate cancer
by Bruno, Robert D., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, Baltimore. 2009: 122 pages; 3355103.
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Role of SPANXB1 in Breast Cancer Progression
by Shabbi, Shaiyad, M.S.  The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler. 2016: 41 pages; 10239850.
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Hypogonadism in male cancer patients: A cross-sectional study
by Konda, Bhavana, M.P.H.  The University of Texas School of Public Health. 2010: 37 pages; 1476658.
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Targeting Cancer Metabolism with Ketosis and Hyperbaric Oxygen
by Poff, Angela Marie, Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2014: 245 pages; 3631608.
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Neutrophils Oppose Uterine Cancer Growth and Malignant Progression
by Blaisdell, Adam, Ph.D.  New York University. 2015: 282 pages; 3740792.
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PET imaging of matriptase as a marker for cancer progression
by Choi, Julia Christine, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2011: 431 pages; 3456815.
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Psychosocial aspects of risk perceptions for cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, and lung cancer in younger and older women
by Hamilton, Jada Gabrielle, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2009: 243 pages; 3393647.
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Role of Cdk4 in development and cancer
by Chawla, Rachna, Ph.D.  Temple University. 2008: 116 pages; 3320014.
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Effects of biofield vs. mock healing for fatigue, cytokines, and cortisol variability in breast cancer survivors: A randomized, controlled trial
by Jain, Shamini, Ph.D.  University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University. 2009: 154 pages; 3359573.
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Differential recruitment and function of stromal cells in RAS versus BRAF-driven thyroid tumor pathogenesis
by King, Lee Ann, Ph.D.  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. 2016: 168 pages; 10124719.
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Heart Rate Variability and Frontal EEG Asymmetry as Markers of Psychological Pain
by Meerwijk, Esther Lydia, Ph.D.  University of California, San Francisco. 2013: 231 pages; 3587886.
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