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8 things you need to know now about ICD-10

The United States is the last country in the world with modern healthcare to adopt ICD-10 diagnosis codes, but it will join the crowd on Oct. 1, 2014. This massive ICD-10 change is quickly approaching, and it affects all of us in the health care field. Thus, there is no...

source: By Charlotte Bohnett
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June 4 marks the 30th Annual National Cancer Survivors Day®, which brings cancer survivors together to show that there is life after receiving a diagnosis of cancer. The Commission on Cancer (CoC) and the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC)...

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The 2017 Cancer Programs Conference: Creating a Culture of Quality is the only conference developed by the American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC), Commission on Cancer (CoC), American College of Surgeons Clinical Research Program...

source: ACS

Early results for a new agent, pyrotinib (HTI-1001), are showing promise for the treatment of HER2-positive breast cancer, according to phase 1 results from China published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, which showed that the drug was well-tolerated and showed anti-tumor...

source: Cure

In a revolutionary first, Cancer Research UK-funded scientists will test whether the Zika virus can destroy brain tumor cells, potentially leading to new treatments for one of the hardest to treat cancers. Dr. Harry Bulstrode at the University of Cambridge has received...

source: Cancer Research UK

Most women diagnosed with ovarian cancer undergo surgery to remove as many of the tumors as possible. However, it is usually impossible to eliminate all of the cancer cells because they have spread throughout the abdomen. Surgery is therefore followed by 18 weeks of chemotherapy. Delivering...

source: Medical Xpress

A study led by the University of Birmingham has made a breakthrough in the understanding of how different genetic mutations cause acute myeloid leukemia. One of the most common acute leukemias in adults, around 2,400 people in the...

source: Medical Xpress

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