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Epidemiology Without Biology: False Paradigms, Unfounded Assumptions, and Specious Statistics in Radiation Science (with Commentaries by Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake and Christopher Busby and a Reply by the Authors)

Bill Sacks, Gregory Meyerson, Jeffry A. Siegel
2016 Biological Theory  
Radiation science is dominated by a paradigm based on an assumption without empirical foundation.  ...  However, evolution has provided all extant plants and animals with defenses that repair such damage or remove the damaged cells, conferring on the organism even greater ability to defend against subsequent  ...  Busby concludes, incoherently given his support of Feyerabend, with the comment that ''the assumptions of the authors are similarly questionable and are the result of fitting a prior paradigm, that of  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13752-016-0244-4 pmid:27398078 pmcid:PMC4917595 fatcat:kmkzoh4fjfdz7ohr66juormg4e

Gene by Environment Interaction Linking the Chromosome 15q25 Locus with Cigarette Consumption and Lung Cancer Susceptibility - Are African American Affected Differently? — Authors' Reply

Sean P. David, Christopher I. Amos
2016 EBioMedicine  
Hopkins' and Young's commentary (Hopkins and Young, 2016) on some of the conclusions and limitations to our investigation (David et al., 2016) of gene by environment interactions for lung cancer in African-Americans  ...  Although it may appear that the doseresponse of cigarettes smoked per day is lost in smokers with 2 risk alleles, this may not necessarily be the case.  ...  Hopkins' and Young's commentary (Hopkins and Young, 2016) on some of the conclusions and limitations to our investigation (David et al., 2016) of gene by environment interactions for lung cancer in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ebiom.2016.01.006 pmid:26981563 pmcid:PMC4776065 fatcat:e4b5x4bhzzgibp2es5raxajl3u

Ductal carcinoma in situ is presumably not a metastatic disease: a reply to "Commentary: Wherein the authors attempt to minimize the confusion generated by their study 'Breast cancer mortality after a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ' by several commentators who disagree with them and a few who don't: a qualitative study"

B.T. Snodgrass
2018 Current Oncology  
Ductal carcinoma in situ is presumably not a metastatic disease: a reply to "Commentary: Wherein the authors attempt to minimize the confusion generated by their study 'Breast cancer mortality after a  ...  diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ' by several commentators who disagree with them and a few who don't: a qualitative study" The Editor Current Oncology 11 September 2017 Ductal carcinoma in situ (dcis  ... 
doi:10.3747/co.25.3881 pmid:29719444 pmcid:PMC5927799 fatcat:auxlvgvw4jav5cgpheyugqkm2u

Commentary & Reply

Parameters Editors
2006 Parameters  
Commentary & Reply Adding to "Net Assessment" To the Editor: In his article, "Net Assessment: A Practical Guide" (Parameters, Spring 2006) , Paul Bracken has performed a useful service in laying out some  ...  of the skills associated with the practice of net assessment.  ...  The Author Replies: Jeffrey McKitrick makes good points which I agree with. Net assessment is an important discipline and should be in the toolkit of anyone involved in competitive strategy.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2301 fatcat:buejelg33zatjasm2biwnis2fq

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Parameters Editors
2006 Parameters  
Continuing the author's analytical process by taking into account definition variances and by applying a more circumspect application of history will bring us closer to the correct answer.  ...  The author urges the reader to contest the Army's use of the word boldness as a positive character trait as it encourages a culture of daring risk-taking, especially, at the senior level.  ...  Not all commentaries can be published. For those that are, the author of the article will be invited to provide a reply. Commentaries may be edited to meet style and space constraints.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2333 fatcat:vxo4ywpl6vhldiwxedfyy2nuhu

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Parameters Editors
2006 Parameters  
For those that are, the author of the article will be invited to provide a reply. Commentaries may be edited to meet style and space constraints.  ...  Commentary & Reply Komer, CORDS, and Pacification To the Editor: Students of pacification and counterinsurgency should thank Frank L.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2286 fatcat:2aipmrnr2ze7llpezbn7x2hcye

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Parameters Editors
2002 Parameters  
For those that are, the author of the article will be invited to provide a reply. Commentaries may be edited to meet style and space constraints.  ...  Commentary & Reply AIR-CENTRIC STRATEGY AND CASUALTY AVERSION To the Editor: The article "Collapsed Countries, Casualty Dread, and the New American Way of War" (Parameters, Summer 2002) by Jeffrey  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2105 fatcat:5agoqkhoizfndaxhxrtzkrxwba

Commentary

Serkan Ozben
2013 Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice  
The distal motor latency improvement was observed by 9.5% after 1 month of the injection.  ...  [6] this interesting study, the authors have demonstrated a satisfactory improvement after 1 month of the local steroid injection (40 mg triamcinalone).  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1696837 fatcat:3f6g2wd2dbgjhagfzpaywt73ja

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Parameters Editors
2004 Parameters  
This caused them to miss Sadat's actual reasoning for the war, the limited goal of recovering the West Bank of the Suez Canal with a buffer zone prior to accepting any cease-fire.  ...  Hence, the author is entirely correct in his conclusions about technology getting ahead of doctrine and tactics and the never-ending importance of the human ele-118 Parameters  ...  Not all commentaries can be published. For those that are, the author of the article will be invited to provide a reply. Commentaries may be edited to meet style and space constraints.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2225 fatcat:xhbrstizazf3dmppoosxvifhfa

Commentary

Phillip A. Gribble
2011 Journal of athletic training  
Authors' Reply We thank Dr Gribble for offering commentary on our article and the editors of the Journal of Athletic Training for the opportunity to respond.  ...  A recent review by Delahunt et al 2 illustrated the difficulty researchers have in categorizing and classifying people with CAI, as evidenced by the great variety of inclusion and exclusion criteria.  ... 
doi:10.4085/1062-6050-46.5.468 pmid:22488132 pmcid:PMC3418950 fatcat:vhviya5landdlgcm6zudko4bxq

Commentary & Reply

Steven J. Forsberg
2002 Parameters  
Commentary & Reply From Parameters, Spring 2002, pp. 112-15 . BUILDING HOMELAND DEFENSE IN THE DARK?  ...  Forsberg Houston, Texas The Author Replies: Mr. Forsberg brings up some interesting and valid points.  ...  The Author Replies: I greatly appreciate Lieutenant General Chilcoat's compliments and elaboration on my article.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2085 fatcat:5czhlojoqvgtleyjdd3amo6lfe

Commentary

Konstantinos Natsis, Maria Piagkou
2013 Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice  
The distal motor latency improvement was observed by 9.5% after 1 month of the injection.  ...  The carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most common entrapment neuropathy caused by compression of the median nerve within the carpal tunnel (CT).  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1696836 fatcat:4pslzgkj7nhqxndccyzwaedbym

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Parameters Editors
2002 Parameters  
Commentary & Reply From Parameters, Summer 2002, pp. 113-14.  ...  Iain Johnston The Noe Laine Professor of China in World Affairs, Harvard University The Author Replies: I greatly appreciate Dr. Johnston's thoughts and comments on my article.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2088 fatcat:silbyxoaqfcrbdzcrbp7g5d5ym

Commentary & Reply

Parameters Editors
2001 Parameters  
Commentary & Reply From Parameters, Winter 2001-02, pp. 135-43 . PONDERING WAR WITH CHINA To the Editor: Lieutenant Colonel Roy C.  ...  Altfeld Oakton, Virginia The Author Replies: In response to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2070 fatcat:gr7sm5yl4bhuha26db7y5ckaom

Commentary

G. J Hughes
1979 Journal of Medical Ethics  
Protected by copyright. http://jme.bmj.com/ explain why Samaritans would think it wrong to leave such infants uncared for, and why hospital authorities with scarce resources feel themselves confronted  ...  ' I am also unconvinced by their other suggestion that we adopt the weaker ownership assumption to deal with the rights of aborted living infants.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jme.5.3.137 fatcat:7vtepnfo75dyle5vuu5ynwuama
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