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Onco. Targets and Therapy - Dove Press Open Access Publisher- 2,4. Original Research. Khan Z, Arafah M, Shaik JP, Mahale A, Alanazi MSOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1. January 2. 01. 8Original Research. Liu JG, Zhou HT, Qin HQ, Ru HM, Huang JH, Liang SY, Mo XW, Tang WZOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 1. January 2. 01. 8Original Research.

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Zhang Y, Xie WP, Zhang YK, Chen YQ, Wang DL, Li G, Guan DHOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 9 January 2. Original Research. Tsai TF, Lin JF, Chou KY, Lin YC, Chen HE, Hwang TISOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 4 January 2. Original Research. Bimonte S, Barbieri A, Cascella M, Rea D, Palma G, Del Vecchio V, Forte CA, Del Prato F, Arra C, Cuomo AOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 3 January 2. Case report. Meng Z, Chen P, Zang F, Liu Y, Xu X, Su Y, Chen J, Lin L, Zhang L, Zhang TOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2.

December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Tang XM, Chen H, Li Q, Song YL, Zhang SP, Xu XS, Xu YW, Chen SLOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 2. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Zhang X, Li P, Ding Z, Wang H, Wang J, Han L, Ding SOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Ma K, Sun F, Yang X, Wang S, Wang L, Jin Y, Shi Y, Jiang W, Zhan C, Wang QOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Di. Bonaventura MD, Wong W, Shah- Manek B, Schulz MOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2.

December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Wang Y, Jin Y, Bhandari A, Yao Z, Yang F, Pan Y, Zheng Z, Lv S, Wang OOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Lin Y, Lv Y, Liang R, Yuan C, Zhang J, He D, Zheng X, Zhang JOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Duan HH, Jiang K, Wei DK, Zhang LJ, Cheng DL, Lv M, Xu YB, He AMOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. December 2. 01. 7Original Research.

Guo Y, Wang P, Wang P, Gao W, Li F, Yang X, Ni H, Shen W, Guo ZOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. He Y, Yang Y, Kuang P, Ren S, Rozeboom L, Rivard CJ, Li X, Zhou C, Hirsch FROnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1.

December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Cha GQ, Xu JY, Xu XY, Li B, Lu S, Nanding AB, Hu SL, Liu SLOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Feng X, Liu N, Deng S, Zhang DD, Wang KX, Lu MSOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 1. December 2. 01. 7Original Research.

Yuan NJ, Zhang G, Bie FJ, Ma M, Ma Y, Jiang X, Wang Y, Hao XOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1.

December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Peng R, Huang X, Zhang C, Yang X, Xu Y, Bai DOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1. December 2. 01. 7Original Research.

Cheng X, Liu Z, Shang L, Cai H, Zhang Y, Cai Y, Xu X, Hao J, Wang MOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 1. December 2. 01. 7Original Research. Huang JF, Zou QZ, Qian DQ, Zhou LY, Yang B, Chu JJ, Pang QF, Wang KW, Zhang FZOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 8 December 2. Original Research. Cui LZ, Zhao YW, Pan Y, Zheng X, Shao D, Jia Y, He K, Li K, Chen LOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 8 December 2. Original Research. Zhu J, Miao C, Liu S, Tian Y, Zhang C, Liang C, Xu A, Cao Q, Wang ZOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 6 December 2. Original Research.

Chávez- López MDG, Zúñiga- García V, Hernández- Gallegos E, Vera E, Chasiquiza- Anchatuña CA, Viteri- Yánez M, Sanchez- Ramos J, Garrido E, Camacho JOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 6 December 2. Original Research. Zhong W, Zhang L, Ma J, Shao S, Lin R, Li X, Xiong G, Fang D, Zhou LOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 5 December 2.

Original Research. Nguyen ST, Huynh KL, Nguyen HL, Nguyen Thi Thanh M, Nguyen Trung N, Nguyen Xuan H, Ngoc KP, Truong Dinh K, Pham PVOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 4 December 2. Original Research. Gong L, Gu JC, Ge JW, Wu X, Zhang C, Yang C, Weng WJ, Gao GY, Feng JF, Mao QOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 4 December 2.

Original Research. Liao CC, Qin YY, Tan XH, Hu JJ, Tang Q, Rong Y, Cen H, Li LQOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 3.

November 2. 01. 7Original Research. Li P, Dong J, Zhou X, Sun W, Huang H, Chen T, Ye B, Zheng Z, Lu MOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. November 2. 01. 7Original Research. Mori Y, Shirai T, Terauchi R, Tsuchida S, Mizoshiri N, Hayashi D, Arai Y, Kishida T, Mazda O, Kubo TOnco.

Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. November 2. 01. 7Original Research. Li H, Sun G, Liu C, Wang J, Jing R, Wang J, Zhao X, Xu X, Yang YOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 2. November 2. 01. 7Original Research. He L, Zhang S, Zhang X, Liu R, Guan H, Zhang HOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2. November 2. 01. 7Original Research.

Feng SD, Mao ZM, Liu CY, Nie YS, Sun B, Guo MG, Su CQOnco. Targets and Therapy.

Published Date: 2. November 2. 01. 7Original Research. Deng YX, Lin JZ, Peng JH, Zhao YJ, Sui QQ, Wu XJ, Lu ZH, Gao YH, Zeng ZF, Pan ZZOnco. Targets and Therapy. Published Date: 2.

Quilts, Ribbons, Quilts, Caps, Pillows, Pouches, and other Projects. In honor of 'Breast Cancer Awareness' and with support for anyone battling cancer of any kind, I have updated my free quilt, cancer ribbons and other patterns with the addition of links to free patterns for chemotherapy caps, pillows, and breast and arm comfort pouches patterns. Please remember.. There are many breast cancer survivors are tired of the focus on buying pink and not on helping those who battle this horrible disease or the havoc that it wrecks on their lives. So, while I am offering links and projects that feature the color 'pink' in honor of the tradition of using the color pink as a symbolic show of support for this terrible disease and the many women, and a lot of men, who have faced its challenges, its ravages, and been heroic survivors, I also want to honor those who do not feel that many of the 'for show' causes out there truly honor or support finding or funding, research for this disease. Just because a product is pink.

October.. it does not mean that any of the monies from the purchase of that product are going towards actually supporting this cause.  Please make sure that monies are going to breast cancer research funding or funding for woman who can not afford health care, screening, etc. And no.. I don't know about this pink garbage can, I am just making a point about pink.

This product may actually support the cause and not their own money making cause. I borrowed the image from the blog link below to make a point. This is a powerful, powerful article written by a breast cancer survivor. Please read it and understand that many, many breast cancer survivors are fed up with the color pink: Nation Breast Cancer Awareness Month or Please Put That Pink Can of Soup Down and Put Your Bra Back On! And if you don't believe me, do read this article and the very first comment that was left on the blog where a survivor describes how her own insurances company refused to pay for breast cancer treatment.

There is a lot more work that needs to be done is advancing awareness, support, and understanding of what it is truly like to battle this disease. Until then, we do what we know how to do and we use what we are used to using.

When you know better.. May we all learn, grow, and do.. My mother battled a ferocious case of Inflammatory Breast Cancer in 2.

AND it was not caught, by her very good physician who did her breast exam. My mother discovered it, and not because she thought she had cancer.

IBC does not appear in the form of a lump that you can feel . Thunder Bay Dating there. That doctor, bless his heart, realized then what she had and immediately ordered her to head south to Seattle for immediate treatment.

In spite of all of the very negative odds against her, she beat this terrible disease in less than a year. We had to move her down from Douglas (Island) Alaska to live with me, and my family in Salem, Oregon for her entire treatment of hard core chemotherapy, a mastectomy, and intense radiation.  Why?  Because the very good hospital and doctors and program in Seattle, did nothing to advance treatment in the two weeks she was there, living in a hotel. Nor in the next two weeks, while I lived in that hotel with them.  I brought them to Salem with me, when that new doctor took a three week vacation as scheduled and no new doctor was assigned to her to speed her process up. I think she saw this elderly diabetic lady with advanced Stage 3b ICF, and figured at that point what was the rush? Even my brother (who is a doctor) said she wasn't going to make it and that there was no way in the world I'd be able to 'get her' to go through chemo, surgery, and radiation. Well, she did all three of those and never, ever threw up, got sick, or went into any kind of horrific depression as my family expected.

With her in the best place I could help her be in, with my dad by her side supporting her, and with me as her primary cheer leader. She beat this terrible disease, went onto many good years, long past her 5 year milestone, and made it until her 1. Unfortunately, she also battled diabetes, and an intense family history of Alzheimer's Disease and after 8 years of battling Alzheimer's,   she just recently passed away.  But she died from Alzheimer's, ironically cancer free. In honor and in support, I have just recently updated my huge list of " Free Cancer Awareness and Support" patterns, tutorials, and links.. And remember, anything with a support ribbon on it makes a great gift, as well. All patterns at their links along the way, below! Some of my own fun projects, first! April 2.

Mary Lou Weidman as she heals from breast cancer. Made with blocks from quilters all over US and Canada and designed, then put together by Michele Savikko Bilyeu of Salem Oregon www. Front, all vibrant and full of love and life and crosses. Back, soft pinks and roses in healing colors.

My Links for the making of my cross quilt: completed, photographed and mailed to Mary Lou.