The analysis was the first to find that the disparities remain even when African-American patients receive identical medical treatment and other socioeconomic factors are controlled, said the authors of the study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
What does JANAC stand for?
JANAC stands for Journal of the National Cancer Institute
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- Joint Airborne Network-Tactical Edge
- Jafria Association of North America
- Jamahiriyah News Agency
- Japan Aids to Navigation Association (est. 1982)
- Japan Association of Nursing Academies (est. 1981)
- Joint Army-Navy-Air Force
- Jordanian Alumni of North America
- Journal of American Nutraceutical Association
- Joint Army-Navy Assessment Committee
- Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
- Jadranski Naftovod (Croatian energy company)
- Joint Army, Navy, Air Force
- Joint Army, Navy & Air Force Protocol
- Joint Army-Navy Aircraft Instrument(ion) Research
- Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Logistics Publication
- Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Logistics Policy
- Joint Army Navy Acquisition Policy
- Joint Army, Navy, Air Force Publication
- Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Sea Transportation Message
- Study Group of Japan for Advanced Neuroblastoma
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A study in the 21 December 2005 Journal of the National Cancer Institute now shows a genetic difference between melanoma patients and those with other skin cancers: melanoma patients' chromosomal DNA (chromarin) suffers less damage than other skin cancer patients' when cells are irradiated with ultraviolet B (UVB) light, the part of UV that causes sunburn.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 97: 906, 2005.
CELSION CORPORATION (AMEX:CLN) today reported that in an article published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, on January 3, 2007, Duke University scientists reported results of a recent study using Celsion's temperature sensitive liposomes in combination with heat at various times during the drug infusion.
In a commentary published Monday in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, the pair wrote that the use of extremely expensive treatments that barely extend patients' lives "is a serious ethical dilemma in the US that needs to be addressed by the oncology community.
The results were published in the 1 December 2004 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute 96: 229, 2004.
In a review of the available research, the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found tremendous consistency among 72 different studies of the inverse association of tomato consumption and cancer.