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more[Pregnancy and testicular cancer–report of four cases].
Four cases of testicular cancer diagnosed in pregnancy are reported. Three of these cases were teratoma and one was spermatocytoma. Prenatal diagnosis of testicular cancer can be made early by sonography, and gonadal exploration can be performed before delivery. We recommend that treatment of testicular cancer be started prenatally when possible, and use of chemotherapy in pregnancy is not contraindicated. Pregnant women with testicular cancer should be followed closely for the detection of metastasis of the disease.Q:
Trying to extract text from a string and set it as a list in python
I’m trying to read a long string in python, using the nltk toolkit, and extract just the nouns from it, and then return the list of the nouns. The problem that I’m running into is that the regular expression I’m using looks for noun and nouns, and instead returns all of the words in the string. I need it to return only the nouns.
This is the code I’m currently using:
return re.findall(“w+”, text)
I’m getting the text from:
text = “A man was driving his car along the highway when he saw a car parked at the side of the road. He pulled over. An old man got out of the car, walked over to him and said hello.”
When I run the above code on it I get:
[u’A’, u’man’, u’was’, u’driving’, u’his’, u’car’, u’along’, u’the’, u’highway’, u’when’,