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Grace Choong, Lisa E. Vaughan, Amy L. Weaver, Michelle Mielke, Wendy White, Andrea Kattah, and Vesna Garovic

Introduction: Breast cancer (BCa) is the second leading cause of cancer in women [1]. Estrogen exposure is an established risk factor for developing BCa. Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy (HDP) have been associated with hormonal changes that

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Kushal Naha, Abdulmateen Adebiyi, Praveen Rao, and Christos Papageorgiou

/or bioinformatics for determination of optimal therapy. While increased breast density appears to be an independent risk factor for breast cancer and chemoresistance (Nazari SS et al. Breast Cancer 2018; Boyd NF et al. NEJM 2007), the role of tumor location within

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Sara Ashraf and Mohamed Alsharedi

Background: Smoking remains one of the most significant modifiable risk factors for many cancers and other diseases. Smoking has been found to lead to less effective treatment, more post operative complications, less survival time, increased risk

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Margaret Walker, Andrea Schiefelbein, Amy K Taylor, Roberto J. Vidri, Syed Nabeel Zafar, and Noelle LoConte

associated with rural and urban residence in 2004-2017 in colon cancer. Whereas this association can largely be explained by socioeconomic factors in 2004-2009, non-metro residence has emerged as an independent risk factor for OS in more recent years. This

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Paramveer Singh, Jasmeet Kaur, Tanvir Mir, Yaqub Nadeem, Marukh Khalid, and Rafiullah Khan

Background : In patients with malignant ascites coded as 'Do-not-resuscitate' (DNR), little is known about the risk factors for mortality during hospital admission. This study aims to identify predictors for in-hospital mortality in patients

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Lucio Gordan, Stuart N Atkinson, Deborah M Boldt-Houle, and E. David Crawford

potential explanation for this finding is likely the higher prevalence of co-morbidities that contribute to CV disease in elderly patients, such as diabetes, 6 obesity, 7 and frailty. 8 Clinicians should be aware that age is a predisposing risk factor for CV

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Robert R Buderi, Emelly Rusli, Vicki K Wing, Sheila S Diamond, Bhargav Koduru, Alexandru Socolov, Vibhu Agarwal, Jacob Aptekar, Rahul Jain, Aaron Galaznik, and David C Fajgenbaum

Background : Cytokine release syndrome (CRS) is the most common, life-threatening toxicity of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy; and there is a need for greater understanding of its risk factors given its therapeutic implications

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Evangelia Valilis, Catherine Yip, Laura Prichett, Catherine Burdalski, and Josephine Feliciano

receiving disparate care. It will be crucial for future research to focus on introducing clinical interventions that take into account sociodemographic risk factors to ensure treatment disparities do not continue to widen.

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Kai-li Liang, Sean A. Tackett, Valerie Peterson, Tricia Patel, Michelle Turner, Sarah Sagorsky, Julie Brahmer, Christine Hann, Patrick Forde, Jarushka Naidoo, Kristen A. Marrone, David Ettinger, Ilene S. Browner, Vincent Lam, Russell K. Hales, Khinh R. Voong, and Josephine L. Feliciano

requiring treatment for irAE were associated with an increased risk of hospitalization. Understanding of risk factors for irAE hospitalization may provide utility for educating outpatient oncology providers and for resource allocation.

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Anna-Barbara Moscicki

: incidence and risk factors in a cohort of female university students . Am J Epidemiol 2003 ; 157 : 218 – 226 . 6. Brown DR Shew ML Qadadri B . A longitudinal study of genital human papillomavirus infection in a cohort of closely followed