core cancer

core cancer

(jargon)
A process that exhibits a slow but inexorable resource leak - like a cancer, it kills by crowding out productive "tissue".
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With implementation of these reporting data sets, it is hoped that using a single international reporting standard will (1) enable global interoperability and flow of core cancer data; (2) allow for collaboration; (3) provide a single authoritative and evidence-based overview for worldwide education; (4) assure key pathologic data are conveyed to clinicians, cancer registries, and other end users of the data without any ambiguity; (5) result in improved cancer data assessment globally, while still providing insights into locoregional geographic differences; and (6) harmonize the information to be used as a benchmark and ladder for diagnostic advancement and meaningful progress in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
The majority of studies did not find an association of 2D : 4D ratio with Gleason score, metastatic status, and family history of prostate cancer [20, 25, 26] with the exception of one study that found inverse relationship of 2D : 4D ratio with core cancer volume and biopsy cores with high Gleason score in a study of 408 positive biopsy cores [21].
Kim, "Second to fourth digit ratio: its relationship with core cancer volume and Gleason score in prostate biopsy," International Brazilian Journal Of Urology, vol.
As of 2018, Aflac committed to its US workforce and increase in its 401(k) match to 100% on the first 4% of employee contribution, while making a one-time contribution of USD500 to every employee's 401(k) plan; and offer certain hospital and accident insurance products to all free of charge, as it currently does with its core cancer insurance product.
Over the past 40 years the medical and scientific communities have progressively acknowledged the importance and benefits of managing cancer symptoms and the secondary effects of cancer treatment alongside the provision of core cancer therapies.
It was reported on Friday that the contract has been signed to explore next-generation strategies for the company's core cancer technology.
Such a move would allow Roche to enter the area of rare or so-called orphan diseases and diversify beyond its core cancer competencies, Reuters said.
Foundation Medicine's core cancer diagnostics capability is a comprehensive cancer genomic test that provides physicians with genomic information that may help match patients with treatments or clinical trials specific for the genomic profile of their tumor.
The stunning brunette had just bought a shirt he had donated to the Anema E Core Cancer Research dinner.
Learners will demonstrate an understanding of how social environments affect health through the application of core cancer concepts in real-life simulations (NHES 1.8.3; 1.12.3).