Re: [MOL] Joseph ! [00772] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Joseph !



I want you to know how much I appreciate what you send over the MOL forum.  The information is so beneficial.  I have placed everything on disk; to save time in researching; as you know there is so much about cancer.  I hope you don't mind; but I save what you send also and hopefully when the time arises you won't mind if I use it for a query.  I figure we are in this for one reason and that is to help educate all thoes who come to the forum and are on the forum.  Again, thanks friend,  lillian  -
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From: EASTSPARTN@AOL.COM <EASTSPARTN@AOL.COM>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Thursday, March 11, 1999 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: [MOL] ovarian cancer

>  If you are asking about ovarian cancer ( screening ) , NCI began a
>multicenter randomized screening trial in 1993  74,000 women are being
>randomized to routine medical care versus annual bimanual exam , serum CA-125
>levels , transvaginal sonography and followed for a minimum of 10 years . They
>call it the PLCO study and the results are still forth coming .
>   If you sign on to medscape.com and go to this address
>Http://www.medscape.com/moffit/cancercontrol/1998/v05/cc0509.09.berm_01.html
> you will find an article written by C. G. Berman , MD and N.J. Brodsky , MD
>from the Moffit Cancer Center and Research Institute . The article is titled
>Newer Imaging Modalities and explains a host of new and revised methods
>currently under study . Knowing the specific techniques would allow you
>determine what you wished to discuss with NCI.
>  My Mom was interested in knowing her options as her CA-125 flucuates
>regularly and is as Lillian stated , a very non specific indicator . She was
>interested in the article and I hope you find it helpful as well .
>Take care and Hang tough
>Joseph Cane
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