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#H&R2018 Update! Hospitalist Programme/Schedule & CME

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We’ve been hard at work on this, but with the flu season upon us it’s hard to find the hours with a small team!  79 more words

Predicting Mortality in Community Acquired Pneumonia - Dr. Robert Centor Interviews PSI Creator Dr. Michael Fine

Dr. Michael Fine, professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, led the team that developed the Pneumonia Severity Index (PSI) and began studying the prognosis and other clinical aspects of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in the early 1990s. 753 more words

Yoga to Offer Supportive Care for Lung Cancer Patients!

In an earlier ASCO Reading Room article on the pros and cons of exercise for lung cancer patients, Chinese researchers suggested that studies on physical activity in this patient population focus on methods such as Tai Chi and yoga. 174 more words

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Do you have an eye for this chart?

This chart often showcased at your Physician’s helps you evaluate two important colours in your life. 476 more words

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Missouri resident among first to try new cancer treatment | Life | register-herald.com

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in October approved Yescarta, a one-time, custom-made CAR-T treatment for aggressive lymphoma in adults.

CAR-T treatment uses gene therapy techniques not to fix disease-causing genes but to turbocharge T cells, immune system soldiers that cancer can often evade. 13 more words

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What gives you cancer the most? We ranked the risks

Some of these might surprise you.

Everything gives you cancer these days – or so people like to say, when they’re about to do something they know isn’t good for them. 34 more words

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