Value in its essence is preference or outcome divided by cost, or described in terms of a mathematical equation, value = outcome (preference)/cost. It follows, then, that value is increased by holding outcome constant and reducing cost, or by improving outcome while holding cost constant.
April 2017 Table of Contents
Volume 31 | Number 4
Molecular Testing to Optimize and Personalize Decision Making in the Management of Colorectal Cancer
Marwan Al-Hajeili, Anthony F. Shields, Jimmy J. Hwang, et al
PARP Inhibitors: The Cornerstone of DNA Repair–Targeted Therapies
Jaydira del Rivero and Elise C. Kohn
How Can We Effectively Address the Medical and Psychological Concerns of Survivors of Pelvic Malignancies?
Ramiro Jose Madden-Fuentes, Bridget F. Koontz, Michael R. Harrison, et al
How to Address Sexual Problems in Female Cancer Patients
Eleonora P. Preti, Fabio Landoni, Nicoletta Colombo, and Don S. Dizon
Synchronous Bilateral Breast Cancer With Discordant Histology
Mehmet Sitki Copur, Ryan Ramaekers, Dron Gauchan, et al