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2020-03-31 Editorial

Palliative care approach to oncological patient – Main points

Muhammed Emin Göktepe, Onur Öztürk* and Mustafa Ünal

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According to the World Health Organization definition, palliative care is an approach aimed at increasing the quality of life of patients and their relatives by addressing physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs and treating conditions early, such as pain while they are...

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2020-03-19 Review Article

Vegetables associated with reduced risk of cancer

Robert Skopec*


The present study aimed to investigate and identify the association between the intake of allium vegetables and colorectal cancer (CRC) in population. A hospital‐based matched case‐control study was conducted between June 2009 and November 2011 in three hospitals. Eight h...

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2020-02-25 Research Article

A retrospective study for Colorectal Cancer in Vlore, Albania-suggestions for further implications

Fatjona Kamberi* and Jerina Jaho


Objective: Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly occurring cancers in men and women worldwide as well as one of the most common causes of death from cancer. It has a higher prevalence in men than women. The treatment of colorectal cancer (surgically o...

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2020-02-18 Short Review

Chlorhexidine and oral cancer: A short review

Shrivardhan R Kalghatgi*, Mahesh R Khairnar and Tanushri Dalvi

Owing to the ever westernizing lifestyles in developing countries like India, the escalation of oral cancer patients are in need of urgent plan of action. With tobacco being the commonest cause for causation of oral cancer, Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 2016-17 revealed that almost 28% of whole po...

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2019-12-11 Review Article

Risk factor of liver metastases in breast cancer

Akram Yazdani*


Objective: The liver is the second most common site of distant metastases from breast cancer. We investigated the risk factor liver metastasis in patients with breast cancer.

Methods: We studied Age, Menopausal status, Histologic Ty...

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2019-12-10 Review Article

Different optimization strategies for the optimal control of tumor growth

Sweilam NH, Tharwat AA and Abd El Moniem NK*


In this article different numerical techniques for solving optimal control problems is introduced, the aim of this paper is to achieve the best accuracy for the Optimal Control Problem (OCP) which has the objective of minimizing the size of tumor cells by the end of the treat...

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2019-10-28 Case Report

Stercoral perforation: A rare case and review

Lava Krishna Kannappa*, Muhammad Sufian Khalid, May Hnin Lwin Ko, Mohsin Hussein, Jia Hui Choong, Ameer Omar Rawal-Pangarkar, Danaradja Armugam and Yahya Salama


We present a 54-year-old male with abdominal pain, Vomiting and weight loss since 5 months. Perforation was noted at recto-sigmoid junction and underwent Hartman’s procedure with end colostomy. Histology of sigmoid colon confirmed a Stercoral perforation without any evi...

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2019-09-27 Research Article

Results of chemotherapy in the treatment of chronic lymphoid leukemia in Black Africa: Experience of Côte d’Ivoire

N’dhatz Comoe Emeraude, Packo Dieu-le-veut Saint-Cyr Sylvestre*, Nanho Danho Clotaire, Bognini Sarah, Kamara Ismael, Boidy Kouakou and Koffi Kouassi Gustave


Background: The treatment of chronic lymphoid leukemia currently uses news drugs which are more expensive in our countries. Its why, the results of chemotherapy remains a challenge in our sector.

Aims: To evaluate the place of polyc...

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2019-08-21 Research Article

Risk factors of survival in breast cancer

Akram Yazdani*


Background: In this study, we aimed to investigate the role of prognostic factors on breast cancer survival in Iran.

Methods: This study was carried out using data from 500 participants with breast cancer. Data were gathered from me...

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2019-07-29 Review Article

Fifth “dark” force completely change our understanding of the universe

Robert Skopec*


For something that’s literally as old as the universe, dark matter doesn’t get much attention outside scientific circles. Maybe that’s because, other than a short-lived SyFy series and a late-period Randy Newman album, this nebulous star stuff has had a toug...

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