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Found 570 events. Showing events 561-570.
 

Wed, 3/9/2005
 

CPC Seminar

K-Ras Signaling and Pancreatic Cancer

Natalia Ignatenko, PhD (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 3/2/2005
 

CPC Seminar

Lycopene, Tomato and Health

Cynthia A. Thomson, PhD, RDN (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 2/23/2005
 

CPC Seminar

Serrated Neoplasia of the Colorecturm: A Novel Pathway of Colorectal Tumorigenesis

Jeremy Jass, MD, MBBS (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 2/16/2005
 

CPC Seminar

FGFR2, A Novel Gene Involved in Melanoma Progression

Pamela Pollock, PhD (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 2/16/2005
 

CPC Seminar

FGFR2, A Novel Gene Involved in Melanoma Progression

Pamela Pollock, PhD (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 2/9/2005
 

CPC Seminar

Pulmonary Toxicity of Environmental Arsenicals

R. Clark Lantz, PhD (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 2/2/2005
 

CPC Seminar

Health Related Quality of Life in VA Patients with Intestinal Stomas

Robert S. Krouse, MD, MS, FACS (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 1/26/2005
 

CPC Seminar

Clinical Pharmacokinetic and Drug Interaction Studies of Green Tea Catechins

Sherry Chow, PhD (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 1/19/2005
 

CPC Seminar

Selenium in the Chemoprevention of Prostate Cancer: Cross Talk Between Basic and Edipemiologic

James Marshall, PhD (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control

Wed, 4/28/2004
 

Cancer Prevention & Control

Superpotent Melanotropins in Pigmentation and Arousal: A Role for Melanocortin Receptors

Robert Dorr, PhD, R.Ph (nothing to disclose)
Cancer Prevention & Control
 

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