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Dr. Myers

Ronald E. Myers, DSW, PhD

Contact Dr. Myers

834 Chestnut Street
The Franklin Building, Suite 314
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-4085
(215) 503-9506 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Preoperative platelet count associates with survival and distant metastasis in surgically resected colorectal cancer patients
  2. More comprehensive discussion of CRC screening associated with higher screening
  3. A randomized controlled trial of a tailored navigation and a standard intervention in colorectal cancer screening
  4. Genetic variations in stem cell-related genes and colorectal cancer prognosis
  5. Variation in Colorectal Cancer Screening Steps in Primary Care: Basis for Practice Improvement
  6. Automated telephone calls to enhance colorectal cancer screening: Economic analysis
  7. Comprehensive Analysis of Common Serum Liver Enzymes as Prospective Predictors of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in HBV Patients
  8. Predictive value of alpha-fetoprotein in the long-term risk of developing hepatocellular carcinoma in patients with hepatitis B virus infection - Results from a clinic-based longitudinal cohort
  9. Telomere length in circulating serum DNA as a novel non-invasive biomarker for cirrhosis: A nested case-control analysis
  10. International colorectal cancer screening programs: Population contact strategies, testing methods and screening rates
  11. Preferences for colorectal cancer screening tests and screening test use in a large multispecialty primary care practice
  12. Relative telomere length: A novel non-invasive biomarker for the risk of non-cirrhotic hepatocellular carcinoma in patients with chronic hepatitis B infection
  13. Genetic polymorphism in a vegf-independent angiogenesis gene angpt1 and overall survival of colorectal cancer patients after surgical resection
  14. Measuring informed decision making about prostate cancer screening in primary care
  15. Potentially functional genetic variants in KDR gene as prognostic markers in patients with resected colorectal cancer
  16. Primary care colorectal cancer screening recommendation patterns: Associated factors and screening outcomes
  17. Genetic polymorphisms in pre-microRNA genes as prognostic markers of colorectal cancer
  18. Screening for prostate cancer: The current evidence and guidelines controversy
  19. GWAS-identified colorectal cancer susceptibility locus associates with disease prognosis
  20. A randomized controlled trial of a tailored interactive computer-delivered intervention to promote colorectal cancer screening: Sometimes more is just the same