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MicroRNA in Human Saliva May Help Diagnose Oral Cancer
from Science Daily
Researchers continue to add to the diagnostic alphabet of saliva by identifying the presence of at least 50 microRNAs that could aid in the detection of oral cancer, according to a report in Clinical Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
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HHS Issues Rule on Patient Privacy Breaches
The ADA is preparing guidance to help dentists comply with the Department of Health and Human Service's interim final rule effective later this month that regulates when and how they must notify patients if their health care information has been exposed in a security breach. Hospitals, doctors and other health care organizations covered under HIPAA are covered by the new rule. The rule takes effect on Sept. 23.
More Than Four Out of Five Dentists Surveyed Reveal That Texting During Dental Treatment a Common Problem
from Medical News Today
More than four out of five dentists surveyed by the Chicago Dental Society revealed that patients send and receive text messages on their cell phones while receiving dental care. The survey was conducted between July 16-25 via e-mail and among dentists in the Chicago Dental Society's Facebook Fan Page.
Complex Dental Treatment Down
from The Press Association
There has been a fall in the number of complex dental treatments being carried out in England, new figures show. While the overall number of treatments has risen by more than a million in the last year, those for procedures like bridges and root canals has been dropping. The 2008/09 figures showed a huge drop in some treatments compared with 2003/04, the period before a new dental contract was introduced.
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