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JHEP Reports Sep 23
Antiviral treatment improves survival in patients with chronic B (CHB)-related . Yet the treatment uptake in CHB patients is low. This study reported NA treatments improved survival both if is initiated before or after HCC diagnosis.
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roypounder.apt Sep 22
'East Asia expert opinion on treatment initiation for chronic hepatitis B' Read FREE at "A meeting was held online with a panel of 10 experts from East Asia to discuss ALT, HBV DNA, cirrhosis and HCC risk scores"
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Holyoke Comm College Sep 21
students, request a PVTA bus pass online:
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Holyoke Comm College Sep 21
Join 's LGBTQ+ student club, Rainbow Forward, for an info session today from 1 to 2 p.m. Register:
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Herndon Career Cent. Sep 25
2nd year students have been stopping in this week to pick up ingredients for a soup recipe that they created. They will cook their recipes at home, make changes to the ingredients & recipe as needed & find ingredient costs to recreate on a larger scale for a restaurant.
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Holyoke Comm College Sep 25
Join 's LGBTQ+ club, Rainbow Forward, for Gayme Hour today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.! Link to register in Monday's Week @ a Glance email.
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Hepatoma Research Sep 23
A review article published this month: Detection of circulating tumor cells in hepatocellular carcinoma: applications in diagnosis, prognosis prediction and personalized treatment ().
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HCC Criminology & Criminal Justice Studies Sep 19
Today was the final day for this semesters Fingerprint Classification course; featured are students fingerprinting and classifying their classmates. @ HCC Ybor Campus
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Diamantis I. Tsilimigras, MD Sep 26
"Textbook" outcomes (TO) after resection for ranged from 54.3% to 72.9% at major centers. Roughly 6 in 10 pts achieved a TO following resection of HCC. Achieving a TO was associated with better long-term survival
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David James Pinato Sep 26
Interesting discussion on management in Vietnam 🇻🇳 at the Immunovative Era Symposium
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Journal of Hepatology Sep 22
is the leading cause of death in patients with chronic . The aMAP score for HCC risk (a model with Age, Male, Albumin-bili & Platelets) accurately predicts HCC development, regardless of aetiology and ethnicity. at
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Bishal Gyawali Sep 24
And if you use regorafenib in , you should read this paper in with :
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Journal of Hepatology Sep 23
Loss of leads to aberrantly activated mTORC1 signaling in ; (or rapalogs) may serve as an effective treatment option for patients with low VEPH1 expression.
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Stephen Cromarty Sep 26
No game today, but a lovely day to enjoy our lovely ⁦⁩ beer garden. New regs apply, members + 1 very welcome. White Witch is our guest ale. We open at Midday.
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Michigan Hepatology Sep 26
📣 Screening: Current state of the science, gaps, and ways forward in 👉New paper, w/ our Anna Lok and , detail the current state of the science + research agenda as part of the Translational Liver Cancer Consortium
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Parvaiz Batt Sep 26
defeated in the inaugural match of by 2 wickets. was declared Man of the match
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OncologyEducation Sep 26
Dr. Ming Shi provides an update for HAIC with FOLFOX vs. TACE for unresectable in this video:
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HCC Southeast Sep 25
Impact the global economy when you receive a certificate in Logistics from HCC Southeast. Classes start soon. Enroll now.
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JHEP Reports Sep 24
The performance of liver surface nodularity measurements were similar to those of liver stiffness measurements for the detection of portal hypertension in patients with compensated and by et al. Read open access at
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Horizons Care Co Sep 26
As you know yesterday was our final Harry Potter day of 2 days! We hope you enjoyed it just as much as we did! What will next weeks theme be? Thank you for joining us for HP week! Please join us using the link in bio. We hope to see you there 😊
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