Advanced Cancer Detection Center
Annual rept. 1 Oct 2000-30 Sep 2001
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA TAMPA
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The goals of the Advanced Cancer Detection Center include the discovery of molecular end genetic markers of cancer risk, the identification of individuals at high risk for cancer through screening and the testing of methods to prevent cancer. The projects included in this report are 1 Markers of Transformation in Airways Bpithelial Cells from a Cohort of Obstructed Smokers and Former Smokers PT Tockman 2 The Specific Role of Isoflavones in Reducing Hormonal and proliferative Risk Parameters in Prostate Cancer PT Kumar 3 Development of the Moffitt Cancer Network PT Krischer 4 African American Families with Inherited Breast or Ovarian Cancer PT Sutphen 5 Molecular Fingerprint of STAT3 Regulated Genes for Early Detection of Human Cancer pi Jove 6 The Tampa Bay Ovarian Cancer Study PT Sutphen 7 Molecular Predictors of Disease Behavior in Thyroid Cancer PT Muro-Cacho and 8 Significance of Bax-dependent Apoptosis in Prevention and Detection of Human prostate and Lung Cancer PT Dou. Each of these projects is presented as a complete study in the attached materials.
- Medicine and Medical Research