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May 2009
Current Awareness Bulletin
This bulletin contains a selection of material gathered from a search of the evidence base,
and is not intended to be comprehensive. Professional judgement should be exercised when
appraising the material. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde libraries take no responsibility for
the wording, content and accuracy of the information supplied, which has been extracted in
good faith from reputable sources. NHSGGC is not responsible for the content of external
internet sites.
Many of the following articles are available online via the NHS Scotland eLibrary. Please use
the links where provided and your ATHENS password. A complete list of available online
journals and registration for ATHENS can be found at
If you would like to request print copies of any of the articles please contact your nearest
library or visit the library website for further details.
Please note that the journal articles you are accessing may be protected by copyright
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Compiled by
Compiled by Alison McEwan
Assistant Librarian
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Library Network
The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
Library, Education Suite, Level 0
1053 Great Western Road, Glasgow
G12 0YN
0141 301 7283 [email protected]
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Journals received in the Beatson Oncology Centre Library have been scanned for articles. I have also
included some titles held in other libraries in the Division and a few from Medline. Most of the articles
can be found full text on the NHS Scotland e-Library (; please use links
where provided.
1. Akimoto J. Primary medulla oblongata germinoma - an unusual posterior fossa tumor in
young adults. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience. 16(5):705-8, 2009 May.
2. Brierley, R. Teenage Cancer Trust: pursuing equality. Lancet Oncology. 10(5): 455-458,
May 2009.
3. Cotton, C.A. Early and late mortality after diagnosis of Wilms Tumor. Journal of Clinical
Oncology. 27(8): 1304-1309, March 2009.
4. Dantonello TM. Cooperative trial CWS-91 for localized soft tissue sarcoma in children,
adolescents, and young adults. Journal of Clinical Oncology. 27(9):1446-55, 2009 Mar 20.
5. Lazar L. Differentiated thyroid carcinoma in pediatric patients: comparison of presentation
and course between pre-pubertal children and adolescents. Journal of Pediatrics.
154(5):708-14, 2009 May.
6. Liem, R.I. Prolonged QTc interval in children and young adults with sickle cell disease at
steady state. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(7): 842-846, 2009.
7. McPherson, M. Transition of patients with sickle cell disease from pediatric to adult care:
assessing patient readiness. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(7): 838-841, 2009.
8. Mattke AC. Does the time-point of relapse influence outcome in pediatric
rhabdomyosarcomas? Pediatric Blood & Cancer. 52(7):772-6, 2009 Jul.
9. Messahel, B. Allele loss at 16q defines poorer prognosis Wilms tumour irrespective of
treatment approach in the UKW1-3 clinical trials: A Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group
(CCLG) study. European Journal of Cancer. 45(5): 819-826, March 2009.
10. Puget, S. Injuries to inferior vermis and dentate nuclei predict poor neurological and
neuropsychological outcome in children with malignant posterior fossa tumors. Cancer.
115(6): 1338-1347, March 2009.
11. Tea MK. Surgical breast lesions in adolescent females. Pediatric Surgery International.
25(1):73-5, 2009 Jan.
12. Moore, S.W. Developmental genes and cancer in children. Pediatric Blood and Cancer.
52(7): 755-760, 2009.
13. Pfister, S. Outcome prediction in pediatric medulloblastoma based on DNA copy-number
aberrations of chromosomes 6q and 17q and the MYC and MYCN Loci. Journal of Clinical
Oncology. 27(10): 1627-1636, April 2009
14. Suh JH. Clinicopathologic features of renal cell carcinoma in young adults: a comparison
study with renal cell carcinoma in older patients. International Journal of Clinical &
Experimental Pathology. 2(5):489-93, 2009.
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15. Turkyilmaz, A. Clinicopathological features and prognosis of esophageal cancer in young
patients. Is there a difference in outcome? Diseases of the Esophagus. 22(3): 211-215, May
16. Wheeler, C.M. Human papillomavirus genotype distributions: implications of vaccination
and cancer screening in the United States. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 101(7):
475-438, April 2009.
17. Bayram, I. The use of protein and energy dense eicosapentaenoic acid containing
supplement for malignancy-related weight loss in children. Pediatric Blood and Cancer.
52(5): 571-574, 2009.
18. Conway, M. Use of Continuous Intravenous Ketamine for End-Stage Cancer Pain in
Children. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. 26(2): 100-106, 2009.
19. Dolson, E.P. Predicting behavioural problems in craniopharyngioma survivors after
conformal radiation therapy. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(7): 860-864, 2009.
20. Horvath, B. Reducing central venous catheter-related bloodstream infections in children
with cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum. 36(2): 232-238, March 2009.
21. Lowas, S.R. Prevalence of transient hyperglycemia during induction chemotherapy for
pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(7): 814-818, 2009.
22. McMullen, T. Hyperparathyroidism after irradiation for childhood malignancy.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics. 73(4): 1164-1168, March 2009.
23. Nilsson S. The use of Virtual Reality for needle-related procedural pain and distress in
children and adolescents in a paediatric oncology unit. European Journal of Oncology
Nursing. 13(2):102-9, 2009 Apr.
24. Savage, E. Quality of life in children with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: a systematic
review. European Journal of Oncology Nursing. 13(1): 36-48, February 2009.
25. Shama W. Psychosocial issues of the adolescent cancer patient and the development
of the Teenage Outreach Program (TOP). Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. 25(3):99-112,
26. Stegenga K. On receiving the diagnosis of cancer: the adolescent perspective. Journal
of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. 26(2):75-80, 2009 Mar-Apr.
27. Thompson, P.A. Severe neurologic side effects in patients being treated for
hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(5): 621-625, 2009.
28. Tomlinson, D. Designing an oral mucositis assessment instrument for use in children:
generating items using a nominal group technique. Supportive Care in Cancer. 17(5): 555562, May 2009.
29. Gatta, G. Survival of European children and young adults with cancer diagnosed 19952002. European Journal of Cancer. 45(6): 992-1005, April 2009.
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30. Lee, Y.L. A model linking uncertainty, post-traumatic stress, and health behaviours in
childhood cancer survivors. Oncology Nursing Forum. 36(1): online exclusive article,
January 2009.
31. Mavinkurve-Groothuis, A. Abnormal NT-pro-BNP levels in asymptomatic long-term
survivors of childhood cancer treated with anthracyclines. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(5):
631-636, 2009.
32. Maurice-Stam H. Course of life of survivors of childhood cancer is related to quality of life
in young adulthood. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. 25(3):43-58, 2007.
33. Pietila, A. Obesity and metabolic changes are common in young childhood brain tumor
survivors. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(7): 853-859, 2009.
34. Quinn, G. P. Fertility preservation and adolescent/young adult cancer patients: physician
communication challenges. Journal of Adolescent Health. 44(4): 394-400, April 2009.
35. Takken, T. Development, feasibility and efficacy of a community-based exercise training
program in pediatric cancer survivors. Psycho-Oncology. 18(4):440-448, April 2009.
36. Yang, L. Trends in cancer mortality in Japanese adolescents and young adults aged 15
– 29 years, 1970 – 2006. Annals of Oncology. 20(4): 758-766, April 2009.
37. Zebrack B. Information and service needs for young adult cancer survivors. Supportive
Care in Cancer. 17(4):349-57, 2009 Apr.
New book at the Beatson Library:
Grinyer, Anne “Life after cancer in adolescence and young adulthood: the experience of
survivorship”, Routledge, 2009.
38. Attias, D. Primary mediastinal B-cell lymphoma in the pediatric patient: can a rational
approach to therapy be based on adult studies? Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(5): 566-570,
39. Biswas S. Non-pineal supratentorial primitive neuro-ectodermal tumors (sPNET) in
teenagers and young adults: Time to reconsider cisplatin based chemotherapy after craniospinal irradiation? Pediatric Blood & Cancer. 52(7):796-803, 2009.
40. De Haas, V. Relapses of optic pathway tumors after first-line chemotherapy. Pediatric
Blood and Cancer. 52(5): 575-580, 2009.
41. Ferrari, A. Response to high-dose ifosfamide in patients with advanced/recurrent Ewing
sarcoma. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 52(5): 581-584, 2009.
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42. Fulda, S. Therapeutic opportunities for counteracting apoptosis resistance in childhood
leukaemia. British Journal of Haematology. 145(4):441-454, May 2, 2009.
43. Hoffer, F. A Phase 1/pilot study of radiofrequency ablation for the treatment of recurrent
pediatric solid tumors. Cancer. 115(6): 13289-1339, March 2009.
44. Mantadakis E. Choosing therapy for adolescent females with cancer: fertility should
matter. Pediatric Hematology & Oncology. 26(2):89-92, 2009 Mar.
45. Matthay, K. Long-term results for children with high-risk neuroblastoma treated on a
randomized trial of myeloablative therapy followed by 13-cis-Retinoic Acid: a Children’s
Oncology Group Study. Journal of Clinical Oncology. 27(7): 1007-1013, March 2009.
46. Schor NF. New approaches to pharmacotherapy of tumors of the nervous system during
childhood and adolescence. Pharmacology & Therapeutics. 122(1):44-55, 2009 Apr.
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