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Recurrence Score® Result Impacts Treatment Decisions in Hormone Receptor-Positive, HER2-Negative Patients with Early Breast Cancer in a Real-World Setting—Results of the IRMA Trial

Introduction: Patients with hormone receptor-positive, HER2-negative early breast cancer with a high risk of relapse are more likely to relapse and are prone to relapse. Since traditional tumor characteristics are of limited value in predicting chemotherapy safety, multigene expression assays such as the Oncotype DX-u00ae test were created to minimize over- and undertreatment, classical tumor characteristics are of limited use in predicting chemotherapy efficacy. The IRMA's case investigated the consequences of Recurrence Scoreu00ae's review of adjuvant treatment recommendations. The RS results were determined in patients with HR+/HER2u2212 unilateral eBC with 0u20133 pathologic lymph nodes who underwent primary surgical intervention at Tuebingen University, Germany, in patients with 0u20133 pathologic lymph nodes. Therapy recommendations without knowing of the RS results were compared to therapy recommendations with knowledge of the RS findings. Summary: In HR+/HER2/12 breast cancer, the RS findings were used to inform adjuvant treatment decisions, resulting in a significant reduction in chemotherapy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/cancers14215365


Convectively Generated Negative Potential Vorticity Enhancing the Jet Stream through an Inverse Energy Cascade during the Extratropical Transition of Hurricane Irma

Abstract A tropical cyclone that recurs into the midlatitudes can lead to significant downstream flow amplification by way of a favorable link with the midlatitude waveguide. On a predecessor rain event that takes place before the interaction of North Atlantic TC Irma with the midlatitude waveguide in September 2017, a convection-allowing numerical simulation is conducted. Horizontal gradients in microphysical heating produce a dipole convective-scale potential vorticity dipoles aligned perpendicular to the vertical wind shear vector, with the negative anomaly poleward of the large-scale southwesterly vertical wind shear vector. Multiple hours after their establishment, regions of intensely negative potential vorticity persist for several hours as a result of the large-scale strain field aligned parallel to the background vertical wind shear vector.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1175/jas-d-22-0094.1


Meningkatkan Hasi Belajar Matematika melalui Model Snowball Throwing Kelas V SD Ade Irma Suryani Sei Rotan

Mathematics lessons are considered difficult because some students do not understand mathematical concepts, making them feel bored and hungry. Students are often sleepy during math lessons in the last hour, which may be the source of poor math learning results. Ade Irma Suryani Sei Rotan T. A. 's purpose is to enhance mathematics education outcomes through the Snowball Throwing learning framework for the fifth grade of SD's Ade Irma Suryani Sei Rotan T. A. The aim of this research is to enhance mathematics learning outcomes. The average value in the pre-cycle is 67. 1 with a suitable category, according to study findings that the increase in student learning outcomes is evident in student learning outcomes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.57251/tem.v1i1.453


Evaluating the Likelihood of Tree Failure in Naples, Florida (United States) Following Hurricane Irma

Trees in residential landscapes bring many benefits, but they can hurt people and destroy property if they fail. The regular occurrence of hurricanes in hurricane-prone areas such as Florida, the United States, has provided the opportunity to analyze factors that influence wind-induced tree death and species failure rates. Following Hurricane Irma's passage in September 2017, we evaluated open-grown trees in Naples, Florida, to determine the effect of any of the damage caused by individual trees. To investigate species-u2019 resilience in hurricanes, we compared our findings with those of seven previous hurricanes in the area.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/f11050485


Responding to Hurricanes Irma and Maria: An Exploration of Puerto Rico Tourism's Image Repair Efforts

Tourism companies must continue to improve their images to a favourable state as crises strike a tourist destination. Puerto Rico's tourism industry was in the wake of hurricanes Irma and Maria, leaving the tourism industry in the wake of storms devastated, whereby the tourism industry's survival was dependent on tourism income. This Major Research Paper seeks to investigate the use of image repair techniques used by Puerto Rico's official tourism company, See Puerto Rico, on numerous internet platforms and at various stages of the hurricane crisis, since image plays a vital role in Puerto Rico's tourism industry. Puerto Rico tried to recover its image by giving tourists select pieces of information about the tourism industry in Puerto Rico and showcasing the islands' positive characteristics.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32920/ryerson.14654028.v1


Responding to Hurricanes Irma and Maria: An Exploration of Puerto Rico Tourism's Image Repair Efforts

Puerto Rico's tourism industry was in the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria, leaving Puerto Rico's tourism industry in a state of crisis whereby tourism revenue was reliant on tourism revenue. This Big Research Paper examines the use of image restoration tactics employed by Puerto Rico's official tourism department, See Puerto Rico, across multiple internet channels and in various phases of the hurricane crisis since image plays a vital role in Puerto Rico's tourism industry. Puerto Rico fought to recover its image by offering tourists selected pieces of information about Puerto Rico's tourism industry and showcasing the islands' positive attributes. Puerto Rico's image restoration efforts involved ignoring the hurricanes and minimizing their severity and impacts to reassure tourists that they can still fly to Puerto Rico.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.32920/ryerson.14654028


Damages caused by hurricane Irma in the human-degraded mangroves of Saint Martin (Caribbean)

Abstract Irma was the most strong storm to strike the northern Caribbean in over the last 100 years in early September 2017. The more robust tropical cyclones of the 21st century will increase in frequency due to climate change and internal climate variability. Here, we looked at the destruction caused by the Saint Martin Island's mangrove forests. About 80% of the mangrove area was destroyed by the storm, according to a series of very high resolution satellite photographs. Forest recovery rates in the United States were found in different ways. The absence of forest restoration has been traced to human-induced depletion of the ecosystem ahead of the hurricane, according to the most significant factor behind forest destruction. In the midst of such extreme events, we expect that human-degraded mangroves will be destroyed. In order to ensure all the valuable ecosystem services they provided, we encourage you to protect and restore mangroves.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-55393-3


Surveying After a Disaster: Capturing Elements of Vulnerability, Risk and Lessons Learned from a Household Survey in the Case Study of Hurricane Irma in Sint Maarten

A Category 5 storm named Irma made landfall on Sint Maarten on September 5th, causing havoc and loss of life across the territory. In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, this paper presents a household survey and the key findings related to vulnerability and danger to extreme weather events. Respondents who were unaware of the survey's timing and emotional distress of respondents, it was discovered that a six-month gap between Hurricane Irmau2019's landfall and the field data campaign was sufficient in terms of availability of assistance and emotional distress. High hurricane knowledge at a household level as well as a strong tendency of rebuilding houses with similar quality to hurricane-resistant buildings are two of the factors that minimize vulnerability.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1142/s2345737619500015


The Impact of Hurricane Irma on Population Density of the Black Salt-Marsh Mosquito, Aedes taeniorhynchus , in Collier County, Florida

ABSTRACT IN 2017, The southeastern United States and Caribbean Islands had an extremely active year for tropical storm and hurricane development in 2017. On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made their 2nd landfall in Florida, striking Collier County, Florida, including Naples and Marco Island, FL. In areas impacted by Hurricane Irma, salt-marsh and mangrove swamps, prime habitats for the black salt-marsh mosquito, Aedes taeniorhynchus, are abundant. In Collier County, the first taeniorhynchus numbers ever recorded in Collier County were among the first ever recorded. Following major storm strikes, including Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Wilma, severe declines have been reported in Ae, as well as Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Wilma.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2987/18-6793.1


The Manifestation of Climate Injustices: The Post-Hurricane Irma Conflicts Surrounding Barbuda’s Communal Land Tenure

During the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, Hurricane Irma caused significant damage to the Caribbean. Given that the communal land rights of these states are withdrawn, we estimate that the originators of climate change, which are generally the inheritors of the historic colonization, exploitation, and impoverishment of these nations, would gain a great deal from Hurricane Irma's ferocious characteristics.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1142/s2345737619400025

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