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Alison M. Pease, M.D.

Concepts (31)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Neoadjuvant Therapy2201926520.630 Why?
Controlled Clinical Trials as Topic120171850.560 Why?
Product Surveillance, Postmarketing220174550.540 Why?
Drug Approval320187400.500 Why?
United States Food and Drug Administration3201815850.450 Why?
Chemotherapy, Adjuvant1201834570.370 Why?
Gene Expression Profiling1201894210.220 Why?
Breast Neoplasms22019206150.200 Why?
Neoplasm Recurrence, Local1201891290.190 Why?
Antineoplastic Combined Chemotherapy Protocols12018113950.160 Why?
Axilla120195860.140 Why?
Epidemiologic Studies120186770.120 Why?
Safety1201711900.110 Why?
Breast1201919260.090 Why?
Biological Products120178430.080 Why?
Survival Rate12018127820.060 Why?
Genomics1201956820.060 Why?
Prognosis12018289670.040 Why?
Follow-Up Studies12018389370.040 Why?
United States32018693620.030 Why?
Aged, 80 and over12018577380.030 Why?
Young Adult12018562390.030 Why?
Humans520197369400.030 Why?
Retrospective Studies12018762000.020 Why?
Aged120181626790.020 Why?
Risk1201797040.020 Why?
Middle Aged120182131150.020 Why?
Adult120182132830.020 Why?
Female120183785100.010 Why?
Cohort Studies12017402930.010 Why?
Treatment Outcome12018625010.010 Why?
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.