137 abstracts found.



A nested case-control study of circulating insulin-like growth factor-I and bladder cancer risk in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition

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Crystal Lin1,Aurora Perez-Cornago2
1University of Oxford,2

Initial characterisation of the alkyl DNA adductome in human colorectal DNA by mass spectroscopic analysis of MGMT tryptic peptides

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Rasha Abdelhady1,Geoffrey Margison1,Perdita Barran2,David Wiliams3,Andrew Povey1
1Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health, Division of Population Health, Health Services Research and Primary Care, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Biology Medicine and Health, Ellen Wilkinson Building, University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL,2The Michael Barber Centre for Collaborative Mass Spectrometry, Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Manchester, Princess Street, Manchester M1 7DN,3Centre for Chemical Biology, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN

Age-related and socio-economic inequalities in treatment receipt and survival in lung cancer

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Sam McDonald1,Louise Hayes1,Linda Sharp1
1Newcastle University

A retrospective analysis of the impact of socioeconomic deprivation on the uptake of colorectal cancer screening

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Nikhil Pawa1,Nikhil Lal1,Paul Sullivan2,Azeem Majeed3
1University of Liverpool,2Chelsea and Westminster Hospital,3Imperial College, London

Poor compliance of ethnic minorities to the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme in West London

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Nikhil Pawa1,Nikhil Lal1,Paul Sullivan2,Azeem Majeed3
1University of Liverpool,2Chelsea and Westminster Hospital,3Imperial College, London

Pre-diagnostic metabolite concentrations and prostate cancer risk in 1077 cases and 1077 matched controls in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition

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Julie Schmidt1,Georgina Fenson1,Sabina Rinaldi2,Augustin Scalbert2,Paul Appleby1,David Achaintre2,Marc Gunter2,Pietro Ferrari2,Timothy Key1,Ruth Travis1
1University of Oxford,2International Agency for Research on Cancer

The effects of mutational signatures and selection on driver mutations across cancer types

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Daniel Temko1,Ian Tomlinson2,Simone Severini3,Benjamin Schuster-Boeckler4,Trevor Graham1
1Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London,2Institute of Cancer and Genomic Studies, University of Birmingham,3University College London,4Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, University of Oxford

Thromboembolic events and mortality rates in colorectal cancer patients on chemotherapy: predictors and outcomes

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Ali Abdulnabi Mohamed1,Ameer Alarayedh2,Mohamed Almuqamam2
1University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust,2Mater Dei Hospital

Low circulating free testosterone is associated with reduced incidence of prostate cancer: A pooled analysis of individual participant data from 20 prospective studies

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Eleanor Watts1
1Nuffield Department of Population Health - University of Oxford

Deprivation and Cancer Survival in Scotland

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Kelly Shiell-Davis1,Cheryl Denny2,Jo Mulligan2,David Brewster3,Helen Storkey2,Judith Mabelis1
1Macmillan Cancer Support,2NHS National Services Scotland, Information Services Division (ISD),3(retired) NHS National Services Scotland, Information Services Division (ISD)

Combining ‘omics and epidemiology to uncover mechanisms linking aspirin treatment to reduced risk of colorectal cancer

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Aayah Nounu1,Gemma Sharp1,Alexander Greenhough1,Caroline Relton1,Ann Williams1
1The University of Bristol

Outcomes of Solitary Fibrous Tumours

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James Miller1,Robert Ashford2
1NHS,2East Midlands Sarcoma Service

Pathology findings from the first seven years of the Northern Ireland Bowel Cancer Screening Programme

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Helen Coleman1,Rajeev Shah2,Iain Cameron3,Ciaran O'Neill4,Tracy Owen5,William Dickey3,Maurice Loughrey6
1Queen's University Belfast,2Southern Health and Social Care Trust,3Western Health and Social Care Trust,4Northern Health and Social Care Trust,5Public Health Agency, Northern Ireland,6Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

The profile of sessile serrated lesions diagnosed within the Northern Ireland Bowel Cancer Screening programme.

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Helen Coleman1,Rajeev Shah2,Ciaran O'Neill3,Iain Cameron4,Tracy Owen5,William Dickey4,Maurice Loughrey6
1Queen's University Belfast,2Southern Health and Social Care Trust,3Northern Health and Social Care Trust,4Western Health and Social Care Trust,5Public Health Agency, Northern Ireland,6Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

A randomized controlled feasibility trial of green tea and lycopene interventions in men at elevated risk of prostate cancer (ProDiet)

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J Athene Lane1,Vanessa Er1,Jeremy Horwood1,Kerry Avery2,Jeff Holly1,Richard Martin1,David Neal3,Freddie Hamdy3,Jenny Donovan4,Chris Metcalfe4
1University of Bristol,2,3University of Oxford,4den22@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Incidence and clinical characteristics of contralateral breast cancer (CBC) in Northern Ireland: a population-based study.

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Colin McIlmunn1,Deirdre Fitzpatrick2,Liam Murray3,Paul Harkin4,Kienan Savage1,Stuart McIntosh4
1CCRCB Queen's University Belfast,2Northern Ireland Cancer Registry,3Centre for Public Health, QUB,4CCRCB, Queen's University Belfast

Vascular calcification, response to neoadjuvant radiotherapy and survival of patients with rectal cancer

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James Park1,Daniel Dolan2,Douglas Black2,Stephen McSorley1,Paul Horgan1
1University of Glasgow,2NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Enhancing prostate cancer trial design by incorporating robust economic analysis: lessons learned from the UK PART feasibility study.

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Richéal Burns1,Jane Wolstenholme1,Tom Leslie1,Freddie Hamdy1
1University of Oxford

Daily aspirin 300mg: How much do patients take? Drug accountability for the first 5 years of the AspECT study.

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Janusz Jankowski1,Sharon Love2,Gavin Reilly3,John De Caestecker4,Stephen Attwood5,Ian Penman6,Peter Watson7,Hugh Barr8,Yeng Ang9,Adelyn Wise2,Pradeep Bhandari10,Scott Sanders11,Rebecca Harrison4,Colin Rodgers12,Cathryn Edwards13,Michael Gibbons14,Nicholas Church15,Kishor Vaidya15,James Neale16,Krish Ragunath17,Danielle Morris18,David Johnston19,Paul Moayyedi20
1University of Central Lancashire,2University of Oxford,3Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM), University of Oxford,4University Hospital Leicester,5Durham University,6Western General Hospital,7Queens University Belfast,8Gloucester Royal Hospital,9Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS, Wigan,10Spire Portsmouth Hospital, Portsmouth,,11South Warwickshire NHS Foundation,12Northern Trust, Antrim,13South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust,14Craigavon Area Hospital,15Queen Margaret Hospital (Dunfermline) & Victoria Hospital (Kirkcaldy) combined,16Torbay Hospital,17Nottingham University Hospital, Nottingham,18Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Welwyn Garden City,19Ninewells Hospital, Dundee,20McMaster University Ontario

Family history as a risk factor for breast cancer: a score accounting for family structure

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Hannah Brewer1,Michael Jones1,Minouk Schoemaker1,Alan Ashworth2,Anthony Swerdlow1
1The Institute of Cancer Research,2UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

Differences in Risk Factors for Ductal Carcinoma in Situ and Invasive Breast Cancer: A Prospective Cohort Study

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Gurdeep Mannu1,Paul McGale1,Zhe Wang1,Sarah C Darby1
1University of Oxford

Ovarian cancer survival by stage at diagnosis and histotype in the Million Women Study

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Carol Hermon1,Valerie Beral1,Gillian Reeves1,Jane Green1,Kezia Gaitskell1
1University of Oxford

Socioeconomic inequalities in head and neck cancer outcomes, a scoping literature review: preliminary findings

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Sue Povall1,Bilal Taib2,Terry Jones3,David Taylor-Robinson4
1,2Royal Liverpool University Hospital,3North West Cancer Research Centre - University of Liverpool,4University of Liverpool

Barriers to bowel scope (flexible sigmoidoscopy) screening: a comparison of non-responders, active decliners and non-attenders

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Lesley M. McGregor1,Bernardette Bonello1,Robert S. Kerrison1,Hanna Skrobanski1,Sandro Stoffel1,Christian von Wagner1
1University College London

Serum inflammatory markers in relation to prostate cancer severity and death

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Rhonda Arthur1,Robert Williams1,Hans Garmo1,Lars Holmberg1,Par Stattin2,Hakan Malmstrom3,Mats Lambe3,Niklas Hammar3,Goran Walldius3,David Robinson4,Ingmar Jungner3,Mieke Van Hemelrijck1
1King's College London,2Uppsala University,3Karolinska Institute,4Umea University

Can a Mediterranean style diet modify DNA methylation status of genes implicated in cancer prevention or progression?

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Karen Bishop1,Syed Shahid2,Sharon Erdrich3
1University of Auckland,2University of Auckland and University of Karachi,3House of Health

Exposure to marketing and its impact on food and soft drinks consumption among young people in the UK.

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Chris Thomas1,Lucie Hooper1,Anne Marie MacKintosh2,Douglas Eadie2,Jyotsna Vohra1
1Cancer Research UK,2University of Stirling

Prophylactic vaccination targeting ERBB3 decreases polyp burden in a mouse model of human colorectal cancer

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Ang Sherpa1,David Bautz2,David Threadgill3
1Brighton and Sussex Medical School,2North Carolina State University,3Texas A&M University

APE1 Gene Asp148Glu and Colorectal Cancer Risk in Iran Population

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Yasaman Ezazi1,Zivar Salehi2,Samaneh Mohammaddoust2,Hamid Saeidi Saedi3
1Department of Biology, Pardis Branch, University of Guilan,2Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Guilan,3Guilan University of Medical Science

Breast and cervical cancer screening in a resource-limited setting in Nigeria

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Aisha Mukhtar Dodo1
1Cardiff Metropolitan University

Rare DNA repair gene mutations predispose to young onset and lethal prostate cancer in the UK

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Rosalind Eeles1,Daniel Leongamornlert2,Edward Saunders1,Sarah Wakerell1,Ian Whitmore1,Tokhir Dadaev1,Clara Cieza-Borrella1,Koveela Govindasami1,Mark Brook1,David Conti3,Zsofia Kote-Jarai1
1The Institute of Cancer Research,2Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute,3Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California

Nutrition and physical activity behaviours of young mothers from areas of deprivation; implications for health promotion and cancer prevention

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Lucy Hackshaw-McGeagh1,Kimberly Jamie2,Rohna Beynon1,Roisin O'Neill3
1University of Bristol,2Durham University,3Queens University Belfast

Interventions to improve cervical cancer screening uptake among lower socioeconomic groups: A systematic review

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Imogen Rees1,Daniel Jones1
1Hull York Medical School

Cancer and Primary Health Care in GCC states: Systematic review

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Amen Bawazir1,Khalid Alsureimi2,Amen Bawazir2
1College of Public Health and Health Informatics,2CPHHI

Prospective investigation of risk factors for prostate cancer in the UK Biobank cohort study

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Aurora Perez Cornago1,Timothy J. Key1,Naomi E. Allen1,Georgina K. Fensom1,Kathryn E. Bradbury1,Richard M. Martin2,Ruth C. Travis1
1University of Oxford,2University of Bristol

Breast symptoms and the risk of subsequent interval cancers and lethal breast cancers

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Deependra Singh1,Ahti Anttila2
1University of Tampere,2Finnish Cancer Registry

Population-based Study of Factors Influencing Invasive Breast Cancer Risk after Screen-detected Ductal Carcinoma in Situ: First results from the Non-Invasive Breast Cancer in England (NINBE) Study

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Gurdeep Mannu1,Zhe Wang1,Shan Cheung2,Olive Kearins2,John Broggio3,Jackie Charman3,Sarah C Darby1
1University of Oxford,2Public Health England Breast Screening QA Service,3Public Health England

BRCA1 risk-reducing surgery appears to reduce risk of developing breast cancer

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Gareth Irwin1,Gwyneth Hinds1,Lesley McFaul1,Patrick Morrison1,Ian Harley1,Stuart McIntosh2
1Belfast City Hospital,2Belfast City Hospital/Queens University Belfast

BRCA2 patients develop breast cancer at the same stage as BRCA1 however develop ovarian cancer at a later stage

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Gareth Irwin1,Gwyneth Hinds1,Lesley McFaul1,Patrick Morrison1,Ian Harley1,Stuart McIntosh2
1Belfast City Hospital,2Belfast City Hospital/Queen's University Belfast

Cancer stigma among ethnic minority women

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Laura Marlow1,Charlotte Vrinten1,Jo Waller1
1UCL

Understanding different types of cervical screening non-participant: a population-based survey

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Jo Waller1,Jessica Haddrell2,Amanda Chorley2,Rebecca Ferrer3,Laura Marlow2
1University College London,2UCL,3NCI

Association between metabolic syndrome components and the risk of primary liver cancer and cirrhosis

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Paul Nderitu1,Hans Garmo2,Lars Holmberg2,Hakan Malmstrom3,Niklas Hammar3,Goran Walldius3,Ingmar Jungner3,Mats Lambe4,Mieke Van Hemelrijck2
1Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust Foundation,2King's College London,3Karolinska Institute,4Karolinske Institute

Building a weight of evidence to prevent cancer in later life

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Gillian Rosenberg1,Lucie Hooper1,Jyotsna Vorhra1
1Policy Research Centre for Cancer Prevention, Cancer Research UK

Predictors of post-operative complications following pancreaticoduodenectomy

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Andrew Nickinson1,Gavin Smith1,Iseult Flynn1,Mohammed Abu-Hilal1,Zaed Hamady1
1University Hospital Southampton

BARRETT’S OESOPHAGUS PATIENTS ATTENDING HOSPITAL: BASELINE CLINICAL, PATIENT HISTORY AND QUALITY OF LIFE DATA FROM BOSS AND ASPECT

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Sharon Love1,Gavin Reilly1,Corran Roberts1,Adelyn Wise2,Paul Moayyedi3,Chris Foy4,Clive Stokes4,John De Caestecker5,Stephen Attwood6,Peter Watson7,Yeng Ang8,Pradeep Bhandiri9,Oliver Old4,Julie Hapeshi4,Ian Penman10,Colin Rodgers11,Cathryn Edwards12,David Monk13,Krish Ragunath14,Danielle Morris15,David Johnston16,Hugh Barr4,Janusz Jankowski17
1Centre for Statistics in Medicine (CSM), University of Oxford,2Oncology Clinical Trials Office, University of Oxford,3Department of Medicine, McMaster University Ontario, Canada,4Gloucester Royal Hospital, Gloucester, United Kingdom,5University Hospital Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom,6School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom,7Queens University Belfast,8Wrightington, Wigan & Leigh NHS, Wigan,9Spire Portsmouth Hospital, Portsmouth,,10Western General Hospital and Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom,11Northern Trust, Antrim, United Kingdom,12South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Devon, United Kingdom,13Chester Hospital, Chester, United Kingdom,14Nottingham University Hospital, Nottingham, United Kingdom,15Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom,16Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, United Kingdom,17University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust, United Kingdom

Incorporating cancer risk information into general practice: a qualitative study using focus groups with healthcare professionals

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Juliet Usher-Smith1,Barbora Silarova1,Alison Ward2,Jane Youell2,Kenneth Muir3,Jackie Campbell2,Joanne Warcaba4
1University of Cambridge,2University of Northampton,3University of Manchester,4Moulton Surgery, Northampton

Cervical cancer survival among women referred to cancer centres in Ghana

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Yvonne Nartey1,Brian Cox1,Philip Hill1,Amo-Kwabena Antwi2
1University of Otago,2Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital

Statin use is associated with lower pro-tumourigenic (M2) macrophage number in the microenvironment of in situ versus invasive lung adenocarcinoma

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Esraa Aldujaily1,Tamihiro Kamata2,David Moore3,Catrin Pritchard4,John LeQuesne5
1University of Leicester,2Department of Molecular Cell Biology, University of Leicester, UK,3Department of Cancer Studies, University of Leicester, UK,4Department of Cancer Studies, University of Leicester, UK; Department of Molecular Cell Biology, University of Leicester, UK,5MRC Toxicology Unit, Leicester, UK

Why do I choose to get screened? An examination of factors influencing participation in the Scottish Bowel Screening Programme

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Kirsty Bisset1,Paul G Horgan1,Emilia M Crighton2,David Mansouri1
1Academic Unit of Surgery, School of Medicine - University of Glasgow,2Department of Public Health Screening Unit, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

General practitioner attitudes towards prescribing aspirin to carriers of Lynch Syndrome: findings from a national survey

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Samuel Smith1,Robbie Foy2,Jennifer McGowan3,Lindsay Kobayashi3,John Burn4,Karen Brown5,Lucy Side3,Jack Cuzick1
1Queen Mary University of London,2University of Leeds,3University College London,4Newcastle University,5University of Leicester