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The research team is recruiting 720 smokers from the St. Louis area who want to kick the habit. Study participants will be interviewed about their smoking behaviors and overall health. They also will provide DNA samples, from saliva, that will be analyzed to identify genetic variations that influence smoking behavior, lung cancer risk and the effectiveness of smoking-cessation treatments.


Our findings confirm those of numerous other studies that have reported uPA and PAI-1 to be statistically independent prognostic factors in lymph node-negative breast cancer patients.10-18 However, these studies did not include HER2 status which is now an important part of the decision about adjuvant systemic therapy. Because of the observed associations between overexpression of the HER2/ neu protein and tumor proteolytic factors in breast and in other cancers19-21, HER2/neu has been suggested to up-regulate the proteolytic enzymes, including uPA and PAI-1, and thus play a direct role in tumor invasion and metastasis.19 This possible association might be one of the additional reasons besides methodological difficulties why uPA and PAI-1 testing is still not that frequently used in the clinic in spite of the excellent evidence of its clinical utility.1 Even so, the main reason for this inconsistency are practical issues. uPA and PAI-1 are determined using validated ELISA assay kits as described above. This measurement requires relatively large amounts of fresh or freshly frozen tumor tissue, which is not practical for clinical use, especially in needle or surgical biopsies and in small tumors. Besides, the results may not be available at the time of the histology report due to sample pooling. However, attempts to develop immunohistochemistry assays on formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissues are ongoing.1


Students return to the classroom amid parental anxieties about their safety. Gene Brodeur examines the risk that Montana school districts face in the wake of school shootings in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and Springfield,Oregon. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. (First Aired Friday, September 11, 1998)


A special one hour look at :30 second TV campaign commercials and how they can be used to drive the agendas of special interest groups, rather than articulating voter concerns such as health care, education, and jobs. Gene Brodeur will be joined by print and broadcast journalists and consultants who advise politicians about their image, and defining issues in congressional and state races. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. (First Aired Friday, October 16, 1998)


Producer and former CNN correspondent Dan Gifford, who produced the full-length documentary about the 1993 shootout at Branch Davidian headquarters in Waco Texas, talks with Gene Brodeur about the film which was nominated for an Academy Award. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. Contact Gene Brodeur (406) 994-3437. (First Aired Sunday, December 20, 1998)


Montana Governor Racicot has described the state's tax structure as a "Model-T system is a microchip world." Could the timing be right to revive a plan that was soundly defeated a few years ago? Gene Brodeurvisits with members of The Montana Tax Policy Coalition about their efforts to advance another retail sales tax proposal during the '99 session of the State Legislature. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. Contact Gene Brodeur (406) 994-3437. (First Aired Sunday, February 28, 1999)


Utter chaos or not to worry? It depends upon whom you talk to about the Y2K problem. Gene Brodeur visits with experts who are tracking the race to make computers compliant and head off massive shutdowns when January 1, 2000 rolls around. Produced by Gene Brodeur, for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. Contact Gene Brodeur, 406-994-3437. (First Aired Friday, March 12, 1999)


A conversation with producer Stephen Maly about his documentary examining the role of UN peacekeeping troops in the Republic of Macedonia. Also joining the discussion about soldiering in the post Cold War era, MSU Political Science Professor Franke Wilmer. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. Contact Gene Brodeur, 406-994-3437. (First Aired Friday, May 28, 1999)


Can teachers deal with gay issues in elementary education in age-appropriate ways? Gene Brodeur visits with education providers and members of the community about the issues of understanding and tolerance that were addressed in the documentary "It's Elementary". Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/Montana Public Television, MSU. Contact Gene Brodeur (406) 994-3437. (First Aired Friday, June 25, 1999)


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