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Vaccination Attitudes Among Patients With Cancer Receiving Chemotherapy
(Akad Doktorlar Yayınevi, 2016)
Immunization against vaccine preventable diseases is an essential but mostly overlooked issue in oncology practice. We aimed to investigate the utilization of adult immunization recommendations and the perception of the ...
Smooth Muscle Cells Isolated from Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms Exhibit Increased Genomic Damage, but Similar Tendency for Apoptosis
(Mary Ann Liebert Inc, 2012)
Aortic aneurysms (AA) are characterized by structural deterioration leading to progressive dilation. During the development of AA, two key structural changes are pronounced, one being degradation of extracellular matrix ...
Smoking Habits of Relatives of Patients with Cancer: Cancer Diagnosis in the Family is an Important Teachable Moment for Smoking Cessation
(Asian Pacific Organization Cancer Prevention, 2013)
Background: In this study we aimed to determine the rate and habitual patterns of smoking, intentions of cessation, dependence levels and sociodemographic characteristics of relatives of patients with a diagnosis of cancer. ...
Mean Esophageal Radiation Dose is Predictive of the Grade of Acute Esophagitis in Lung Cancer Patients Treated with Concurrent Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy
(Oxford University, 2012)
The intention of this research was to define the predictive factors for acute esophagitis (AE) in lung cancer patients treated with concurrent chemotherapy and three-dimensional conformal radiotherapy. The data for 72 lung ...