Dr. Daniel Mccready is a family practitioner practicing in Franktown, VA. Dr. Mccready specializes in comprehensive health care for people of all ages. In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses, family practitioners also put focus on preventative care with routine checkups, tests and personalized coaching on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Mccready possesses immense general knowledge on maintaining health and today, family practitioners provide more care for the underserved and rural populations than any other medical specialty.
Education and Training
University of Maryland At Baltimore / Professional Schools 1970
Family MedicineAmerican Board of Family MedicineABFM
- Breast cancer and organochlorines: a marker for susceptibility?
- Management of ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast. Provincial Breast Cancer Disease Site Group.
- Breast adipose tissue concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls and other organochlorines and breast cancer risk.
- RT-PCR amplification of CK19 mRNA in the blood of breast cancer patients: correlation with established prognostic parameters.
- Hereditary breast cancer. Risk assessment of patients with a family history of breast cancer.
- Hereditary breast cancer. Identifying and managing BRCA1 and BRCA2 carriers.
- Hereditary breast cancer. Psychosocial issues and family physicians' role.
- Factors affecting distant disease-free survival for primary invasive breast cancer: use of a log-normal survival model.
- Factors associated with local breast cancer recurrence after lumpectomy alone: postmenopausal patients.
- The rate of breast-conserving surgery for early breast cancer is not influenced by the surgical strategy of excisional biopsy followed by the definitive procedure.
- Organochlorines and breast cancer risk by receptor status, tumor size, and grade (Canada).
- Sentinel lymph-node biopsy after previous wide local excision for melanoma.
- Evaluation of new diagnostic tests.
- In situ duct carcinoma of the breast: clinical and histopathologic factors and association with recurrent carcinoma.
- A comparison of all-subset Cox and accelerated failure time models with Cox step-wise regression for node-positive breast cancer.
- Total mastectomy is not always mandatory for the treatment of recurrent breast cancer after lumpectomy alone.
- Outcomes after localized axillary node recurrence in breast cancer.
- Histopathological patterns of melanoma metastases in sentinel lymph nodes.
- Factors associated with negative margins of lumpectomy specimen: potential use in selecting patients for intraoperative radiotherapy.
- The surgical importance of an axillary arch in sentinel node biopsy.
- Health care strategies to promote earlier presentation of symptomatic breast cancer: perspectives of women and family physicians.
- Classification systems for colorectal carcinoma.
- Treatment patterns of elderly breast cancer patients at two Canadian cancer centres.
- Altered biodistribution of indium-111-labeled monoclonal antibody 96.5 to tumors and normal tissues of nude mice bearing human melanoma xenografts in visceral organs.
- Lack of comparability between binding of monoclonal antibodies to melanoma cells in vitro and localization in vivo.
- How do the characteristics of breast cancer diagnostic assessment programmes influence service delivery: A mixed methods study.
- Cost analysis of breast cancer diagnostic assessment programs.
- Cigarette smoking reduces human gastric luminal prostaglandin E2.
- Protection against aspirin-induced antral and duodenal damage with enprostil. A double-blind endoscopic study.
- Prostaglandin biosynthesis by gastric mucosa. II. Studies in man.
- A simple technique for fine needle aspiration cytology.
- Characteristics of local recurrence following lumpectomy for breast cancer.
- Genetic counselling and testing for susceptibility to breast, ovarian and colon cancer: where are we today?
- An investigation of cut-points for primary breast cancer oestrogen and progesterone receptor assays.
- Combined fine-needle aspiration, physical examination and mammography in the diagnosis of palpable breast masses: their relation to outcome for women with primary breast cancer.
- Factors associated with local breast cancer recurrence after lumpectomy alone.
- An improved statistical approach: can it clarify the role of new prognostic factors for breast cancer?
- The surgical and oncologic significance of the axillary arch during axillary lymphadenectomy.
- Alternative multivariate modelling for time to local recurrence for breast cancer patients receiving a lumpectomy alone.
- Assessment of treatment for patients with primary ductal carcinoma in situ in the breast.
- Family Practice Wilmington Med Center
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