- Variability in responsiveness to irritants: thoughts on possible underlying mechanismsC M Willis
Department of Dermatology, Amersham Hospital, Whielden Street, Amersham, UK
Contact Dermatitis 47:267-71. 2002..In this review, a number of possible explanations are proposed, with a particular emphasis on those which relate to the influence of pre-existing disease or to the genetic regulation of certain immunological and inflammatory processes...
- Olfactory detection of human bladder cancer by dogs: proof of principle studyCarolyn M Willis
Department of Dermatology, Amersham Hospital, Amersham HP7 0JD
BMJ 329:712. 2004..To determine whether dogs can be trained to identify people with bladder cancer on the basis of urine odour more successfully than would be expected by chance alone...
- Volatile organic compounds as biomarkers of bladder cancer: Sensitivity and specificity using trained sniffer dogsCarolyn M Willis
Department of Dermatology, Amersham Hospital, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, UK
Cancer Biomark 8:145-53. 2010..Our results provide further evidence that volatile biomarkers for bladder cancer exist in urine headspace, and that these have the potential to be exploited for diagnosis...