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  • Cancer Cachexia:Mechanisms and Clinical Implications 

    REYNOLDS, JOHN; DONOHOE, CLAIRE (Hindawi, 2011)
    Cachexia is amultifactorial process of skeletal muscle and adipose tissue atrophy resulting in progressive weight loss. It is associated with poor quality of life, poor physical function, and poor prognosis in cancer ...
  • Modern operative and oncological outcome in oesophagel cancer 

    REYNOLDS, JOHN; DONOHOE, CLAIRE; HOLLYWOOD, DONAL; O'BYRNE, KEN; RAVI, NARAYANASAMY (2011)
  • Pro-inflammatory and tumour proliferative properties of excess visceral adipose tissue 

    ALLOTT, EMMA; PIDGEON, GRAHAM; LYSAGHT, JOANNE; REYNOLDS, JOHN; DONOHOE, CLAIRE; HOWARD, JULIA MARY; RAVI, NARAYANASAMY; CASEY, RORY (2011)
    Obesity has been associated with increased incidence and mortality of oesophageal and colorectal adenocarcinoma. Excess central adiposity may drive this association through an altered inflammatory milieu. Utilizing a unique ...
  • Visceral adiposity, insulin resistance and cancer risk 

    REYNOLDS, JOHN; DONOHOE, CLAIRE (2011)
    Background: There is a well established link between obesity and cancer. Emerging research is characterising this relationship further and delineating the specific role of excess visceral adiposity, as opposed to simple ...