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Year Number of Results
1980 144
1981 219
1982 269
1983 294
1984 303
1985 314
1986 360
1987 337
1988 389
1989 396
1990 375
1991 388
1992 405
1993 443
1994 476
1995 467
1996 418
1997 357
1998 317
1999 345
2000 320
2001 273
2002 271
2003 320
2004 380
2005 384
2006 432
2007 391
2008 368
2009 356
2010 344
2011 319
2012 409
2013 445
2014 351
2015 209
2016 143
2017 135
2018 169
2019 263
2020 18
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[No authors listed] Carcinogenesis 2018. PMID 29726977
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[No authors listed] Carcinogenesis 2018. PMID 29726974 Free PMC article.
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[No authors listed] Carcinogenesis 2018. PMID 29726976
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[No authors listed] Carcinogenesis 2018. PMID 29726975
Intestinal microbiota enhances pancreatic carcinogenesis in preclinical models.
Thomas RM, et al. Carcinogenesis 2018. PMID 29846515 Free PMC article.
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States yet data are scant regarding host factors influencing pancreatic carcinogenesis. ...Our work supports a long-distance role of the intestinal microbiota on PDAC progression and opens new research avenues regarding pancreatic carcinogenesis....
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States yet data are scant regarding host fa …
Editorial
Harris CC. Carcinogenesis 2018. PMID 29342274
Glyphosate-based herbicides and cancer risk: a post-IARC decision review of potential mechanisms, policy and avenues of research
Davoren MJ and Schiestl RH. Carcinogenesis 2018 - Review. PMID 30060078
Current, official views of respected international regulatory and health bodies remain divided on glyphosate's status as a human carcinogen, but the 2015 International Agency for Research on Cancer decision to reclassify the compound as Category 2A (probably carcinogenic to humans) marked a sea change in the scientific community's consensus view. The goal of this review is to consider the state of science regarding glyphosate's potential as a human carcinogen and genotoxin, with particular focus on studies suggesting mechanisms that would go largely undetected in traditional toxicology studies, such as microbiome disruption and endocrine mimicry at very low concentrations....
Current, official views of respected international regulatory and health bodies remain divided on glyphosate's status as a human carcinog
Lung cancer health disparities
Ryan BM. Carcinogenesis 2018 - Review. PMID 29547922 Free PMC article.
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