Monthly Archives: March 2013

[GRG] Prostate Imaging – New Gene Marker for Cancer Risk

Multiplanner 3 D MRI of the prostate is good for screening for those who really need it and for  biopsies of lesions under MRI Imaging. The Spectroscopy portion has not been well worked out yet. UCSF Urology is a leader in … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] NewAbs: New Gene Marker for Cancer Risk

  It is my understanding that the new (?) and best (?) tests for prostate cancer are:   Prostate MRI PCA 3 urinary test.   Comments, please?   Carl Bourhenne, MA   In a message dated 3/29/2013 3:38:48 P.M. Pacific Daylight … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] (off topic) Capitalizing

On Sat, 30 Mar 2013, Steven B Harris wrote: > Or iPod, iPad or iPhone. > > Here’s more than one wants to know about letter casemanship. > > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_case Personally,I regard it as a universal mandate rather than a … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Capitalizing the Term “supercentenarian”

Except that wasn’t my message, but glivick’s. I forwarded it entire to the list by hitting one of the buttons on my iPhone by mistake. They’re so low you can hardly feel ’em.

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Re: [GRG] (off topic) Capitalizing

Or iPod, iPad or iPhone. Here’s more than one wants to know about letter casemanship. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_case

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Re: [GRG] (off topic) Capitalizing

Unless it’s pH. On Mar 28, 2013, at 10:12 PM, “L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D.” wrote: Of course, as we all learned in grammar school, the first word of a sentence must always be capitalized, no matter what it is.

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Re: [GRG] Capitalizing the Term “supercentenarian”

Actually, putting the period inside the quotes is “American style,” but it is acceptable to put the period outside quotes in “British style”.http://grammartips.homestead.com/inside.htmlIn any case, I find that tangential discussion of little value to this thread.The real points are:–“supercentenarian” is … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Capitalizing the Term “supercentenarian”

Re: [GRG] Capitalizing the Term “supercentenarian”Sorry for wasting more of everyone’s time, but I can’t resist correcting Steven B. Harris. Periods and commas go inside double quotation marks “only in America” and outside single quotation marks. Elsewhere, periods and commas, … Continue reading

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Re: [GRG] Capitalizing the Term “supercentenarian”

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Re: [GRG] Capitalizing the Term “supercentenarian”

“outliers”. The period goes inside the quotes.  And the term “hyper” refers to being high-strung, excitable, or extremely active.  Hyper used in medical terminology has to do with cellular disease states.  Hyper used as an engineering term (hypersonic), is for … Continue reading

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