Richard Guyer is a physician assistant practicing in PORTLAND, ME. Richard specializes in preventing and treating human illness and injury by providing a broad range of care under the supervision of a physician. A physician assistant's work can include physical exams, ordering and interpreting tests, performing procedures and prescribing medication. Often times, they can assist in surgery but the scope of practice can vary according to jurisdiction or health care setting.
- Social contact synchronizes free-running activity rhythms of diurnal palm squirrels.
- Effect of moderate alcohol upon obstructive sleep apnoea.
- Circadian locomotor activity rhythms of the diurnal Indian palm squirrel in constant light.
- Effects of caffeine, time of day and user history on study-related performance.
- The effect of traumatic brain injury on the timing of sleep.
- Therapy of relapsed or refractory low-grade follicular lymphomas: factors associated with complete remission, survival and time to treatment failure.
- Fludarabine phosphate therapy in other lymphoid malignancies.
- Stages I and II diffuse large cell lymphomas: prognostic factors and long-term results with CHOP-bleo and radiotherapy.
- Clinical, biologic, and histologic features of late relapses in diffuse large cell lymphoma.
- Melatonin: a chronobiotic with anti-aging properties?
- Two cycles of MOPP and radiotherapy: effective treatment for stage IIIA and IIIB Hodgkin's disease.
- Sleep disturbance and melatonin levels following traumatic brain injury.
- Small noncleaved cell lymphoma in adults: superior results for stages I-III disease.
- Results of recent salvage chemotherapy regimens for lymphoma and Hodgkin's disease.
- Effective salvage therapy for lymphoma with cisplatin in combination with high-dose Ara-C and dexamethasone (DHAP).
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