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Dr. Bruce F. Kimler PhD

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Professor

Local Address: Westwood, Kansas, United States
University of Kansas
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, Kansas 66160
United States

Company Description: The University of Kansas Hospital is the region's premier academic medical center, providing a full range of care. The hospital is affiliated with the University of...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Associate Director
    University of Kansas
  • Professor , Department of Radiation Oncology
    University of Kansas
  • Associate Director - Breast Cancer Prevention Center
    University of Kansas Cancer Center
  • Professor, Radiation Oncology
    University of Kansas Medical Center
  • Radiation Oncologist
    University of Kansas Medical Center
  • Cancer Specialist
    University of Kansas Medical Center
  • Associate Editor
    Radiation Research Society
  • Cancer Specialist
    University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City , Kan.

Education

  • PhD
  • Ph.D.
22 Total References
Web References
Prevention Center Staff Directory | The University of Kansas Cancer Center
www.kucancercenter.org, 3 May 2014 [cached]
Bruce F. Kimler, PhD Associate Director - Breast Cancer Prevention Center Dr. Kimler is a radiation and cancer biologist and a Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology. He has been at KUMC since 1977 and has been an integral part of the High Risk Clinic and Breast Cancer Prevention Center since the early 1990s. He plays a major role in budgetary and regulatory matters and in organizational aspects of the research protocols.
Today's Health Highlights: Dec. 5, 2001
www.azcentral.com, 6 Dec 2001 [cached]
"I think it needs to be used with caution, but the nice thing about it is it's quick, it's inexpensive, it's well tolerated, and one could conceivably do this at any doctor's office," said Bruce Kimler, a radiation oncologist at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City.
Kimler, co-author of an editorial accompanying the journal article, says the method isn't meant to take the place of mammography or other diagnostic tools, but rather to give doctors insight into which women are likely to undergo cancerous breast changes in the relatively near future.
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FBI Widens Drug-Dilution Probe
The FBI today widened its investigation into a pharmacist accused of weakening cancer drugs for profit, saying tests show another medication mixed at one of his stores was not at full strength, the Associated Press reported.
Cells in breast fluid may predict risk for breast cancer, study suggests
www.citizenhealthbeat.com, 5 Dec 2001 [cached]
Dr. Bruce F. Kimler, a cancer specialist at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan., urged caution in using cells from breast fluid as a predictor of breast cancer risk.
He said the procedure to obtain the breast fluid is "well-tolerated" and could be performed in most doctors' offices.
But if the procedure does not produce fluid, he said, "one should not interpret this to mean that a woman is at low, short-term risk" of breast cancer.
"One doesn't want a woman to go away thinking that she has been given a guarantee of low risk because no cells were obtained," said Kimler."She can still have other factors that confer increased risk."
Bruce Kimler Kansas ...
www.radres.org [cached]
Bruce Kimler Kansas University Medical Center
Cells in breast fluid may predict risk for breast cancer, study suggests
www.fosters.com, 4 Jan 2002 [cached]
Dr. Bruce F. Kimler, a cancer specialist at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan., urged caution in using cells from breast fluid as a predictor of breast cancer risk.
He said the procedure to obtain the breast fluid is "well-tolerated" and could be performed in most doctors' offices.
But if the procedure does not produce fluid, he said, "one should not interpret this to mean that a woman is at low, short-term risk" of breast cancer.
"One doesn't want a woman to go away thinking that she has been given a guarantee of low risk because no cells were obtained," said Kimler."She can still have other factors that confer increased risk."
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