Prior to the revision of the TNM, was the most important conventional prognostic factor for patient survival tumor stage at diagnosis, including tumor size, pleura invasion, involvement of regional lymph nodes and metastases to distant organs. However, the revised guidelines found age, gender , and performance status , next to the stage, all to be the prognostic factors for survival. Correlated in the current study, expression of PS and new p – stage, also years with a progression-free survival and cancer-specific survival correlated, regardless of tumor histology. – ‘overexpressed overexpressed in tumor progression is of particular interest because they are used not only the outcome of patients the outcome of patients, but also serve as potential targets for cancer therapy, such as epidermal growth factor receptor gene are, ‘lead investigator Dr.
The study will look to misunderstandings between trauma victims and first responders on the scene to a car accident or other incident. Since 2004, researchers surveying non-English speaking trauma patients started on their communications with first responders and over the details of their accident. The interviews will continue until March 2009 and will seek to determine the role that language on the scene plays.. Examine language barriers Among trauma patients, raise HIV / AIDS prevention awareness Immigrant Communities, MoreThe following highlights several racial and ethnic racial and ethnic health disparities.International connections: language services company International Connections is conducting a study, such as language barriers affect patient care in provider settings look. Continue reading