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A Tale of Two Studies
All trials are not equal, even those conducted by the NCI. It’s all about design, according to leading lung cancer specialist.
Mark your calendars
San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium to Hold 33rd Annual Symposium
HIGHLIGHTS BREAKTHROUGHS IN RESEARCH AND TREATMENT
Riding An Elevator With Boehner: What Would You Say?
Kaiser Health asked the question, see P&P contributor’s answer
ASTRO to host 2011 Final Rules webinar
This is important, mark your calender! Final Rules webinar on Thursday, December 2, 2010
Lung Cancer Trial Shows Survival Benefits in Spiral CT
20% fewer lung cancer deaths seen among those who were screened with low-dose spiral CT than with chest X-ray
GOP takes House: What's in store for healthcare?
Exit polls show that health-care took a back seat to the economy. But the GOP is bent on reforming the Reform. Check out the early analysis from major news outlets.
Count-down to mid-term elections, future of healthcare reform at stake
Check out this summary of healthcare policy coverage from the major news organizations
ASCO/ASH update guidelines on use of ESAs for cancer-induced anemia
New guidelines advise caution advised when prescribing epoetin and darbepoetin
Tips for efficient billing and collections
Surveys have shown that the mean days in accounts receivable for US oncology practices averages about 36 days. With today’s slim margins, your AC department needs to do a better job.
New proposal to curb Medicare spending uses prostate cancer as model
Two doctors, formerly with CMS, make a case for comparative effectiveness. Their paper is sure to spark heated debate within the prostate cancer community--as always, never a dull moment in prostate cancer.