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Research & Reviews  137 results

Are Iranian Sulfur mustard-exposed survivors more vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2: some simila...
https://doi.org/10.1017/dmp.2020.156
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness; Farnoosh G, Ghanei M et. al.

May 17th, 2020 - Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is an infectious disease caused by a SARS-CoV-2 that emerged as a health problem worldwide. It seems that Covid-19 is more lethal for Iranian veterans with a history of exposure to mustard gas. There are some similar...

Impairment of endothelial progenitor cells function in patient with mustard gas intoxic...
https://doi.org/10.1080/08958378.2020.1755396
Inhalation Toxicology; Siavashi V, Cheraghi H et. al.

Apr 21st, 2020 - Background: Sulfur mustard (SM), also known as mustard gas, was first widely used in the Iraq-Iran. After SM exposure, the most prominent clinical signs are the development of extensive non-healing skin wounds and pulmonary signs, persisting over ...

Corneal Endothelial Cell Toxicity Determines Long-Term Outcome After Ocular Exposure to...
https://doi.org/10.1097/ICO.0000000000002278
Cornea McNutt PM, Nguyen DL et. al.

Feb 11th, 2020 - Ocular exposure to sulfur mustard (SM) vapor causes acute loss of corneal endothelial cells (CECs). Persistent corneal endothelial pathologies are observed in eyes that do not recover from SM exposure, suggesting that endothelial toxicity contribu...

A Study of Corneal Biomechanics in Delayed-Onset Mustard Gas Keratopathy Compared to Ca...
https://doi.org/10.1097/ICL.0000000000000536
Eye & Contact Lens; Jadidi K, Mohazzab-Torabi S et. al.

Jul 13th, 2018 - This study compares the corneal biomechanical properties, as measured with Corvis ST, in three groups of cases with delayed-onset mustard gas keratopathy (DMGK), chronic corneal scarring (CCS), and those with normal corneas. Forty-five eyes were e...

Targeting ATR in cancer.
https://doi.org/10.1038/s41568-018-0034-3
Nature Reviews. Cancer; Lecona E, Fernandez-Capetillo O

Jun 14th, 2018 - The chemical treatment of cancer started with the realization that DNA damaging agents such as mustard gas present notable antitumoural properties. Consequently, early drug development focused on genotoxic chemicals, some of which are still widely...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  153 results

Are Iranian Sulfur mustard-exposed survivors more vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2: some simila...
https://doi.org/10.1017/dmp.2020.156
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness; Farnoosh G, Ghanei M et. al.

May 17th, 2020 - Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) is an infectious disease caused by a SARS-CoV-2 that emerged as a health problem worldwide. It seems that Covid-19 is more lethal for Iranian veterans with a history of exposure to mustard gas. There are some similar...

Impairment of endothelial progenitor cells function in patient with mustard gas intoxic...
https://doi.org/10.1080/08958378.2020.1755396
Inhalation Toxicology; Siavashi V, Cheraghi H et. al.

Apr 21st, 2020 - Background: Sulfur mustard (SM), also known as mustard gas, was first widely used in the Iraq-Iran. After SM exposure, the most prominent clinical signs are the development of extensive non-healing skin wounds and pulmonary signs, persisting over ...

Corneal Endothelial Cell Toxicity Determines Long-Term Outcome After Ocular Exposure to...
https://doi.org/10.1097/ICO.0000000000002278
Cornea McNutt PM, Nguyen DL et. al.

Feb 11th, 2020 - Ocular exposure to sulfur mustard (SM) vapor causes acute loss of corneal endothelial cells (CECs). Persistent corneal endothelial pathologies are observed in eyes that do not recover from SM exposure, suggesting that endothelial toxicity contribu...

A Hopeful Look Ahead in Oncology
https://ascopost.com/issues/february-10-2020/a-hopeful-look-ahead-in-oncology/

Feb 9th, 2020 - “They’re all charlatans,” my professor assured me when, in medical school in the mid-1970s, I expressed an interest in oncology. The treatment of cancer with drugs, despite popular but inaccurate descriptions of its history, began in 1944 when Goo...

A Study of Corneal Biomechanics in Delayed-Onset Mustard Gas Keratopathy Compared to Ca...
https://doi.org/10.1097/ICL.0000000000000536
Eye & Contact Lens; Jadidi K, Mohazzab-Torabi S et. al.

Jul 13th, 2018 - This study compares the corneal biomechanical properties, as measured with Corvis ST, in three groups of cases with delayed-onset mustard gas keratopathy (DMGK), chronic corneal scarring (CCS), and those with normal corneas. Forty-five eyes were e...

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News  11 results

Diesel exhaust fumes cause lung cancer, WHO says
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-cancer-diesel-who/diesel-exhaust-fumes-cause-lung-cancer-who-says-idUSBRE85B0ZN20120612

Jun 12th, 2012 - LONDON (Reuters) - Diesel engine fumes can cause lung cancer and belong in the same potentially deadly category as asbestos, arsenic and mustard gas, World Health Organisation (WHO) experts said on Tuesday. The World Health Organisation (WHO) head...

From Warfare to Mainstay: Mustard Derivatives Play Evolving Role in Cancer Therapy
https://www.onclive.com/publications/oncology-live/2011/november-2011/from-warfare-to-mainstay-mustard-derivatives-play-evolving-role-in-cancer-therapy

Jan 8th, 2012 - An American soldier demonstrates gas masks for man and horse, circa 1918. Chemotherapy pioneer Jonathan L. Hartwell, PhD, right, at the National Cancer Institute about 1950. Photos courtesy of the National Archives, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery,...

A Reader's Response to "Mustard Gas Poisoning of Hundreds of Americans in the United States in 1996"
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/586743

Jan 28th, 2009 - To the Editor, I realize that I am 4 years late in coming across your article about mustard gas exposure in Louisiana in 1996,[1,2,3,4] but since I am privy to some of the litigation[5] because my major professor in chemistry at Louisiana State Un...

Author's Response to the Letters Regarding "A Recent Exposure to Mustard Gas in the United States: Clinical Findings of a Cohort (n = 247) 6 Years After Exposure"
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/497102

Jan 18th, 2005 - As noted in the article, "A Recent Exposure to Mustard Gas in the United States" by Y. Iyriboz, under Introduction,[1] mustard gas (MG) is a collective name for several compounds, including sulfur and nitrogen mustard, which are shown in Rebecca H...

Reader's Response to the Article Entitled "A Recent Exposure to Mustard Gas in the United States: Clinical Findings of a Cohort (n = 247) 6 Years After Exposure"
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/497092

Jan 18th, 2005 - In the article, "A Recent Exposure to Mustard Gas in the United States: Clinical Findings of a Cohort (n = 247) 6 Years After Exposure" by Yuruk Iyriboz,[1] the active agent(s) cited under Methods is not "mustard gas." Under Introduction, a histor...

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