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DigitalGeorgetown Institutional Repository (IR) is a service of the Georgetown Library under the Digital Scholarship Program to provide GU faculty, researchers and their supporting communities, and students a stable platform for their digital research and teaching output and to maximize exposure of their content. This open access Institutional Repository preserves and makes available scholarly research by Georgetown's faculty, students, institutes, centers, journals, and organizations. The IR includes conference papers, images, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, preprints, technical reports, theses and dissertations, working papers, research datasets and more. By exposing research at Georgetown University through Google Scholar and other search engines, it raises the profile of the University, as well as the individual researcher.
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(Georgetown University, 2016)Tremendous progress has been achieved employing immunotherapy for B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common diagnosis in children with cancer and a leading cause of cancer-related death. Recent trials using ...
(Georgetown University, 2016)In the USA, one in eight women develop invasive breast cancer at some point of her life, and 70% of the cancers are estrogen receptor positive and thus are treated with antiestrogen therapy. However, half of the treated ...
(Georgetown University, 2016)The recent proposals in the field of comparative theology distinguish themselves from the previous forms of the so-called “old comparative theology” in the following ways: they choose intentionally to deal with particularity, ...
MODELOS PARA GOBERNAR UN IMPERIO ENTRE DOS MUNDOS: CULTURA POLÍTICA, AUTORIDAD LETRADA Y SOBERANÍAS ANDINAS EN EL PERÚ COLONIAL, 1723-1790 (Georgetown University, 2016)MODELOS PARA GOBERNAR UN IMPERIO ENTRE DOS MUNDOS: CULTURA POLÍTICA, AUTORIDAD LETRADA Y SOBERANÍAS ANDINAS EN EL PERÚ COLONIAL, 1723-1790
(Georgetown University, 2016)This dissertation examines the representation of the Gypsy figure in the Spanish cinema and particularly its role in the formation of Spanish national identity from the Second Republic to the post-Franco period. Titles of ...