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Quiz Week 01 - 1. Which of the following treatments are...

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1. Which of the following treatments are currently used for palliative care of cancer? A. Surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. B. Radiation and chemotherapy, but not surgery. C. Surgery and chemotherapy, but not radiation. D. Radiation and surgery, but not chemotherapy. 1 out of 1 The correct answer is: A. Surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Question 2 of 15 2. Some epidemiological studies of cancer compare the incidence and mortality in different age groups over a certain number of years. Based on such studies, which of the following cancers has the poorest survival rate? A. Breast cancer in women. B. Leukemia in young children. C. Lung cancer in men and women. D. Prostate cancer in men. 1 out of 1 The correct answer is: C. Lung cancer in men and women. Question
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3 of 15 3. A bone marrow biopsy of a patient with persistent bone pain reveals malignant cells that are identified as carcinoma cells. Which of the following is the most likely source of these cells? A. Invasive spread of malignant immune cells in her bone marrow. B. Invasive spread of a bone sarcoma. C. Metastasis from breast epithelial cells. D. Metastasis from malignant immune cells circulating in her blood. 1 out of 1 The correct answer is: C. Metastasis from breast epithelial cells. Question 4 of 15 4. H. pylori is a type of bacteria that is a known cause of human cancer. Which of the following types of cancer is associated with H. pylori infection? A. Colorectal carcinoma. B. Gastric carcinoma. C. Esophageal squamous cell carcinoma. D. Hepatocellular carcinoma. 1 out of 1 The correct answer is: B. Gastric carcinoma. Question
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5 of 15 5. The transmission electron micrograph below depicts a small portion of one normal liver cell in the upper left corner and a larger portion of a second normal liver cell. The plasma membranes separating the two cells are labeled A in the micrograph, while the cell cytosol and selected
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course PHARM HB taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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Quiz Week 01 - 1. Which of the following treatments are...

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