Cancer Publications 2019

25 Jan 2023
25 Jan 2023
  1. Ajayi-Smith, A.F., van der Watt, P.J. and Leaner, V.D., 2019. Interfering with nuclear transport as a means of interrupting transcription factor activity in cancerCritical Reviews™ in Eukaryotic Gene Expression29(5).
  2. Allanson, E.R. et al., 2019. Morbidity after surgical management of cervical cancer in low and middle income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysisPloS one14(7), p.e0217775.
  3. Antel, K. et al. 2019. The determinants and impact of diagnostic delay in lymphoma in a TB and HIV endemic settingBMC cancer19(1), pp.1-11.
  4. Berg, C. et al., 2019. Modulation of the solubility properties of arene ruthenium complexes bearing stannyl ligands as potential anti-cancer agentsJournal of Organometallic Chemistry891, pp.12-19.
  5. Bhatla, N. et al., 2019. Revised FIGO staging for carcinoma of the cervix uteriInternational Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics145(1), pp.129-135.
  6. Bleloch, J.S. et al., 2019. The palladacycle complex AJ-5 induces apoptotic cell death while reducing autophagic flux in rhabdomyosarcoma cellsCell death discovery5(1), pp.1-16.
  7. Blumenthal, M.J. et al., 2019. The Contribution of Kaposi’s Sarcoma–Associated Herpesvirus to Mortality in Hospitalized Human Immunodeficiency Virus–Infected Patients Being Investigated for Tuberculosis in South AfricaThe Journal of infectious diseases220(5), pp.841-851.
  8. Cairncross, L. et al., 2019. Expanding breast cancer care through partnerships and innovation: experience from a South African public hospitalSouth African Health Review2019(1), pp.105-113.
  9. Cerci, J.J. et al., 2019. Is true whole-body 18F-FDG PET/CT required in pediatric lymphoma? An IAEA multicenter prospective studyJournal of Nuclear Medicine60(8), pp.1087-1093.
  10. Cervenka, B. et al., 2019. Oral cavity cancer management guidelines for low‐resource regionsHead & neck41(3), pp.799-812.
  11. Chambuso, R. et al., 2019. Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Class II -DRB1 and -DQB1 Alleles and the Association with Cervical Cancer in HIV/HPV Co-Infected Women in South Africa. Journal of Cancer. 2019 May 20;10(10):2145-2152.
  12. Chambuso, R. et al., 2019. Investigation of cervical tumor biopsies for chromosomal Loss of Heterozygosity (LOH) and Microsatellite Instability (MSI) at the HLA II Locus in HIV-1/HPV co-infected womenFrontiers in oncology9, p.951.
  13. Chen, W.C. et al., 2019. Association of genetic variants in CHEK2 with oesophageal squamous cell carcinoma in the South African Black populationCarcinogenesis40(4), pp.513-520.
  14. Chiesa‐Estomba, C.M. et al., 2019. Systematic review of international guidelines for perioperative antibiotic prophylaxis in Head & Neck Surgery. A YO‐IFOS Head & Neck Study Group Position PaperHead & neck41(9), pp.3434-3456.
  15. Chimusa, E.R., Beighton, P., Kumuthini, J. & Ramesar, R.S., 2019. Detecting genetic modifiers of spondyloepimetaphyseal dysplasia with joint laxity in the Caucasian Afrikaner communityHuman molecular genetics28(7), pp.1053-1063.
  16. Coetzee, E. & Malaka, S., 2019. Malignant neuroendocrine tumour in an adult female diagnosed with Currarino syndromeSouth African Journal of Surgery57(4), pp.9-13.
  17. Cohen, P.A., Jhingran, A., Oaknin, A. & Denny, L., 2019. Cervical cancerThe Lancet393(10167), pp.169-182.
  18. Dalvie, S., 2019. Head and neck cancer in AfricaSA Journal of Oncology3(1), pp.1-4.
  19. Davis, K., Roden, L.C., Leaner, V.D. & van der Watt, P.J., 2019. The tumour suppressing role of the circadian clockIUBMB life71(7), pp.771-780.
  20. De Oliveira T. et al., 2019. Loss of Stat6 affects chromatin condensation in intestinal epithelial cells causing diverse outcome in murine models of inflammation-associated and sporadic colon carcinogenesis. Oncogene. 38(11): pp.1787-1801
  21. Dhokotera, T. et al., 2019. The burden of cancers associated with HIV in the South African public health sector, 2004–2014: a record linkage studyInfectious agents and cancer14(1), pp.1-12.
  22. Dzobo, K., 2019. Epigenomics-guided drug development: recent advances in solving the cancer treatment “jigsaw puzzle”Omics: a journal of integrative biology23(2), pp.70-85.
  23. Dzobo, K., Thomford, N.E. & Senthebane, D.A., 2019. Targeting the versatile Wnt/β-catenin pathway in cancer biology and therapeutics: from concept to actionable strategyOmics: a journal of integrative biology23(11), pp.517-538.
  24. Edge, J., Parker, M., Maliepaard, M. & Ung, O., 2019. Lymph node harvest in breast cancer patients with and without preoperative scintigraphySouth African Journal of Surgery57(1), pp.7-10.
  25. El Rassi, E. et al., 2019, July. Development of the international orbital Cavernous Hemangioma Exclusively Endonasal Resection (CHEER) staging system. In International forum of allergy & rhinology (Vol. 9, No. 7, pp. 804-812).
  26. Engstrand, J. et al., 2019. Synchronous and metachronous liver metastases in patients with colorectal cancer—towards a clinically relevant definitionWorld journal of surgical oncology17(1), pp.1-10.
  27. Fagan, J.J. et al., 2019. African head and neck fellowships: a model for a sustainable impact on head and neck cancer care in developing countriesHead & neck41(6), pp.1824-1829.
  28. Fagan, J.J., 2019. Priority setting in otolaryngology in under resourced settings: practical and ethical dilemmaCurrent opinion in otolaryngology & head and neck surgery27(3), pp.191-192.
  29. Fagan, J.J., Chaturvedi, P. & Kowalski, L.P., 2019. Treatment options for hypopharyngeal cancer in developing countries in Africa/South America/Asia. In Hypopharyngeal Cancer (Vol. 83, pp. 159-166). Karger Publishers.
  30. Ferndale, L., Sartorius, B., Aldous, C. & Thomson, S.R., 2019. Oesophageal cancer in Area 2 of Kwazulu-Natal: predictors of late presentationSouth African Journal of Surgery57(2), pp.3-9.
  31. Fish, M. et al., 2019. POETIC (Program for Enhanced Training in Cancer): an initial experience of supporting capacity building for oncology training in sub‐Saharan AfricaThe oncologist24(12), p.1557.
  32. Gabriel, I.O. & Mayers, P.M., 2019. Effects of a psychosocial intervention on the quality of life of primary caregivers of women with breast cancerEuropean journal of oncology nursing38, pp.85-91.
  33. Gerber, E. et al., 2019. Accuracy of plain radiographs in diagnosing biopsy-proven malignant bone lesions         . SA journal of radiology23(1), pp.1-7.
  34. Githaiga, J.N. et al., 2019. Symptom awareness measures for breast and cervical cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa: A scoping review. South African Journal of Oncology, 3(0), a78.
  35. Grant, K.A. et al., 2019. Reclassification of early stage breast cancer into treatment groups by combining the use of immunohistochemistry and microarray analysisSouth African Journal of Science115(3-4), pp.1-6.
  36. Grobbelaar, S. et el., 2019.  Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation in South Africa: Current limitations and future perspectives.  South African Medical Journal, 109(8b), pp.46-52.
  37. Gustavsson, I. et al., 2019. Clinical validation of the HPVIR high-risk HPV test on cervical samples according to the international guidelines for human papillomavirus DNA test requirements for cervical cancer screeningVirology journal16(1), pp.1-7.
  38. Hess, C.B. et al., 2019. The Pediatric Radiation Oncology Society Working Group on Low- and Middle-Income Countries (PROS-LMIC) Strategic Plan to Advance Care, Education, and Research. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, 105(4), pp.913.
  39. Hilton, T.L., Wiese, K.R., Hosking, K.V. & Hoffman, E.B., 2019. Proximal fibular resections for primary bone tumours: oncological and functional results of a case seriesSA Orthopaedic Journal18(2), pp.44-48.
  40. Hsiao, E.C. et al., 2019. Special considerations for clinical trials in fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP)British journal of clinical pharmacology85(6), pp.1199-1207.
  41. Hussain, A.F. et al., 2019. One step site-specific antibody fragment conjugation using SNAP tag technology. Nature Protocols, 14, pp.3101-3125.
  42. Jenkins, N., Louw, V. & Opie, J.J., 2019.  Images in Hematology: Massive megakaryocyte clustering in triple-negative primary myelofibrosis associated with an unusual cytogenetic aberration.  British Journal of Haematology, 186(4), pp.510.
  43. John, J., Locketz, M., Lazarus, J. & Sinha, S., 2019. Papillary renal cell carcinoma presenting as a renal abscessSouth African Journal of Surgery57(2), pp.66-67.
  44. Jonas, E., 2019. Treatment of hepatocellular cancer in sub-Saharan Africa: balancing ideals, realities and challengesSouth African Journal of Surgery57(3), pp.2-4.
  45. Kaschula, C.H. et al., 2019. The garlic compound ajoene covalently binds vimentin, disrupts the vimentin network and exerts anti-metastatic activity in cancer cellsBMC cancer19(1), pp.1-16.
  46. Katsidzira, L. et al., 2019. A case-control study of risk factors for colorectal cancer in an African populationEuropean journal of cancer prevention: the official journal of the European Cancer Prevention Organisation (ECP)28(3), p.145.
  47. Katsidzira, L. et al., 2019. Investigation on the hereditary basis of colorectal cancers in an African population with frequent early onset casesPlos one14(10), p.e0224023.
  48. Kengne, A.P. and other GBD 2017 Pancreatic Cancer Collaborators., 2019. The global, regional, and national burden of pancreatic cancer and its attributable risk factors in 195 countries and territories, 1990-2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. Lancet Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2019 Dec;4(12):934-947.
  49. Khan, S.F. et al., 2019. The roles and regulation of TBX3 in development and disease, Gene, 726, pp. 144223.
  50. Kingswood, J.C. et al., 2019. Renal angiomyolipoma in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex: findings from the TuberOus SClerosis registry to increase disease AwarenessNephrology Dialysis Transplantation34(3), pp.502-508.
  51. Kisling, K. et al., 2019. Fully automatic treatment planning for external-beam radiation therapy of locally advanced cervical cancer: a tool for low-resource clinicsJournal of global oncology5, pp.1-9.
  52. Kisling, K. et al., 2019. A risk assessment of automated treatment planning and recommendations for clinical deployment. Medical Physics, 46(6).
  53. Kisling, K., Zhang, L., Shaitelman, S.F. & Anderson, D., 2019. Automated treatment planning of postmastectomy radiotherapy. Med Phys. 46 (9), pp.2567-2574.
  54. Koegelenberg, C.F. et al., 2019. Recommendations for lung cancer screening in Southern AfricaJournal of thoracic disease11(9), p.3696.
  55. Kowlessur, B. et al., 2019. Validating the European randomised study for screening of prostate cancer (ERSPC) risk calculator in a contemporary South African cohortWorld journal of urology, pp.1-8.
  56. Kramer, N., Ramjith, J. & Shamley, D., 2019. Prevalence of shoulder morbidity after treatment for breast Cancer in South AfricaSupportive Care in Cancer27(7), pp.2591-2598.
  57. Liebenberg, L.J. et al., 2019. HPV infection and the genital cytokine milieu in women at high risk of HIV acquisitionNature communications10(1), pp.1-12.
  58. Lin, C. et al., 2019. Cervical determinants of anal HPV infection and high-grade anal lesions in women: a collaborative pooled analysisThe Lancet Infectious Diseases19(8), pp.880-891.
  59. Lu, Y. et al., 2019. Circulation patterns and seed-soil compatibility factors cooperate to cause cancer organ-specific metastasis     . Experimental cell research375(1), pp.62-72.
  60. Lubbe, D. et al., 2019. Transorbital endoscopic surgeryCurrent Otorhinolaryngology Reports7(2), pp.173-180.
  61. Lubbe, D.E., Mankahla, N., Carrara, H. & Semple, P., 2019. Surgical intervention for binocular blindness in pituitary apoplexyInterdisciplinary Neurosurgery18, p.100490.
  62. Ludmir, E. et al., 2019. Assembling the Brain Trust: The Multidisciplinary Imperative in Neuro-Oncology. Nature reviews in Clinical Oncology, 16(8), pp.521-522.
  63. Mafu, T.S., September, A.V. & Shamley, D., 2019. KDR inferred haplotype is associated with upper limb dysfunction in breast cancer survivors of mixed ancestryCancer management and research11, p.3829.
  64. Mapekula, L., Ramorola, B.R., Hoosen, T.G. & Mowla, S., 2019. The interplay between viruses & host microRNAs in cancer–an emerging role for HIV in oncogenesisCritical reviews in oncology/hematology137, pp.108-114.
  65. Marques, R. et al., 2019. The TOSCA Registry for Tuberous Sclerosis—Lessons Learnt for Future Registry Development in Rare and Complex DiseasesFrontiers in neurology10, p.1182.
  66. Marques, R. et al., 2019. Treatment patterns and use of resources in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex: insights from the TOSCA registryFrontiers in neurology10, p.1144.
  67. Matejcic, M., Mathew, C.G. & Parker, M.I., 2019. The Relationship Between Environmental Exposure and Genetic Architecture of the 2q33 Locus With Esophageal Cancer in South AfricaFrontiers in genetics10, p.406.
  68. McGuire, J., Lentin, R., DeVilliers, A. & Fagan, J., 2019. Pharyngoesophageal spasm after total laryngectomy: A clinically guided technique for injectionEast and Central African Journal of Surgery24(3).
  69. McGuire, J.K. et al., 2019. Does Thyroid Gland Preserving Total Laryngectomy Affect Oncological Control in Laryngeal Carcinoma? Laryngoscope, 130(6):1465-1469.
  70. Montagna, G. et al., 2019. How to become a breast cancer specialist in 2018: The point of view of the second cohort of the Certificate of Competence in Breast Cancer (CCB2)The Breast43, pp.18-21.
  71. Moodley, J. et al., 2019. Development and validation of the African Women Awareness of CANcer (AWACAN) tool for breast and cervical cancerPloS one14(8), p.e0220545.
  72. Moodley, J. et al., 2019. Exploring the feasibility of using mobile phones to improve the management of clients with cervical cancer precursor lesionsBMC women's health19(1), pp.1-10.
  73. Mortimer, T.L., Mabin, T. & Engelbrecht, A.M., 2019. Cannabinoids: the lows and the highs of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomitingFuture Oncology15(9), pp.1035-1049.
  74. Mungra, N. et al., 2019. Targeted human cytolytic fusion proteins at the cutting edge: harnessing the apoptosis-inducing properties of human enzymes for the selective elimination of tumor cells. Oncotarget, 10(8), pp.897-915.
  75. Nachreiner, I. et al., 2019. Elimination of HER3‑expressing breast cancer cells using aptamer‑siRNA chimerasExperimental and therapeutic medicine18(4), pp.2401-2412.
  76. Nel, D., Omar, M., Chinnery, G. & Jonas, E., 2019. Disparity in oesophageal cancer management in South Africa: A comparison between two tertiary centres with special focus on the palliation of dysphagiaSouth African Journal of Surgery57(2), pp.10-15.
  77. Ngcobo, N.J., Burnett, R.J., Cooper, S. & Wiysonge, C.S., 2019. Human papillomavirus vaccination acceptance and hesitancy in South Africa: Research and policy agendaSouth African Medical Journal109(1), pp.13-15.
  78. O'Brien, V. et al., 2019. Palliative care made visible: Developing a rural model for the Western Cape Province, South Africa. African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine. 31;11(1):e1-e11.
  79. Omar, R. et al., 2019. COL1A2 is a TBX3 target that mediates its impact on fibrosarcoma and chondrosarcoma cell migrationCancer letters459, pp.227-239.
  80. Omitola, O.G. et al., 2019. Descriptive epidemiology of salivary gland neoplasms in Nigeria: An AOPRC multicenter tertiary hospital study. Oral Disease. 25(1):142-149.
  81. Onywera, H. et al., 2019. The cervical microbiota in reproductive-age South African women with and without human papillomavirus infectionPapillomavirus research7, pp.154-163.
  82. Paccez, J.D. et al., 2019. Dihydroartemisinin inhibits prostate cancer via JARID2/miR-7/miR-34a-dependent downregulation of AxlOncogenesis8(3), pp.1-14.
  83. Padayachee, E.R. et al., 2019. Applications of SNAP-tag technology in skin cancer therapy. Health Science Reports, 2(2), e103.
  84. Pickard, H.D.P. et al., 2019. The management of desmoid tumours at Groote Schuur Hospital retrospective review of current practice. South African Journal of Oncology, 3, a68.
  85. Plessis, J., Stones, D. & Meiring M., 2019. Family experiences of oncological palliative and supportive care in children: can we do better? International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 2;25(9):421-430.
  86. Rayne, S. et al., 2019. Delay to diagnosis and breast cancer stage in an urban South African breast clinic. South African Medical Journal. 26;109(3): pp. 159-163.
  87. Rayne, S. et al., 2019. The effect of beliefs about breast cancer on stage and delay to presentation: results from a prospective study in urban South AfricaSouth African Journal of Surgery57(1), pp.12-18.
  88. Rayne, S. et al., 2019. Unraveling the South African Breast Cancer Story: The Relationship of Patients, Delay to Diagnosis, and Tumor Biology With Stage at Presentation in an Urban SettingJournal of Surgical Research235, pp.181-189.
  89. Safiri, S. et al., 2019. The global, regional, and national burden of colorectal cancer and its attributable risk factors in 195 countries and territories, 1990–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017The lancet Gastroenterology & hepatology4(12), pp.913-933.
  90. Saidu, R. et al., 2019. South African women’s perspectives on self-sampling for cervical cancer screening: A mixed-methods studySouth African Medical Journal109(1), pp.47-52.
  91. Scott, A.J. et al., 2019. Quality of life after total laryngectomy: evaluating the effect of socioeconomic statusThe Journal of Laryngology & Otology133(2), pp.129-134.
  92. Sinkala, M., Mulder, N. & Martin, D.P., 2019. Metabolic gene alterations impact the clinical aggressiveness and drug responses of 32 human cancersCommunications biology2(1), pp.1-14.
  93. Sluis Cremer, T., Hosking, Κ., Held, M. & Hilton, T.L., 2019. Minimally invasive CT-guided excision of osteoid osteoma and other small benign bone tumours: a single centre case series in South AfricaSA Orthopaedic Journal18(1), pp.26-32.
  94. Soyele, O.O. et al., 2019. A multi-centre evaluation of malignant odontogenic tumours in NigeriaThe Pan African Medical Journal33.
  95. Swart, L., Novitzky, N., Mohamed, Z. & Opie, J., 2019. Hodgkin lymphoma at Groote Schuur Hospital, South Africa: The effect of HIV and bone marrow infiltrationAnnals of hematology98(2), pp.381-389.
  96. Tan, S., Khumalo, N. & Bayat, A., 2019. Understanding keloid pathobiology from a quasi-neoplastic perspective: less of a scar and more of a chronic inflammatory disease with cancer-like tendenciesFrontiers in immunology10, p.1810.
  97. Tomasicchio, M. et al., 2019. An autologous dendritic cell vaccine polarizes a Th-1 response which is tumoricidal to patient-derived breast cancer cellsCancer Immunology, Immunotherapy68(1), pp.71-83.
  98. Ujma, S. et al., 2019. Surfactant protein a impairs genital HPV16 pseudovirus infection by innate immune cell activation in a murine modelPathogens8(4), p.288.
  99. Van Heerden, J. et al., 2019. Overall survival for neuroblastoma in South Africa between 2000 and 2014. Pediatric Blood and Cancer. 66(11):e27944.
  100. van Schalkwyk, C., Moodley, J., Welte, A. & Johnson, L.F., 2019. Are associations between HIV and human papillomavirus transmission due to behavioural confounding or biological effects?Sexually transmitted infections95(2), pp.122-128.
  101. van Schalkwyk, C., Moodley, J., Welte, A. & Johnson, L.F., 2019. Estimated impact of human papillomavirus vaccines on infection burden: The effect of structural assumptionsVaccine37(36), pp.5460-5465.
  102. Vaughan, C.L., 2019. Novel imaging approaches to screen for breast cancer: Recent advances and future prospectsMedical engineering & physics72, pp.27-37.
  103. Vorster, M. et al., 2019. South African guidelines for receptor radioligand therapy (RLT) with Lu-177-PSMA in prostate cancerSouth African Journal of Surgery57(4), pp.45-51.
  104. Wiyeh, A.B. et al. 2019. Social media and HPV vaccination: Unsolicited public comments on a Facebook post by the Western Cape Department of Health provide insights into determinants of vaccine hesitancy in South AfricaVaccine37(43), pp.6317-6323.