Molecular Imaging: A New Twist on PET May Enable More Efficient Monitoring of Cancer Treatment
Combining a modified version of a commonly used chemotherapy medication with Positron Emission Tomography (PET), researchers at UCLA have achieved a breakthrough in immune system modeling and treatment response monitoring.
The Costs and Benefits of Health IT in Cancer Care
Despite the enormous potential of electronic health records (EHRs) and other health IT applications, very few providers have adopted them.
Way Too Much Info
The Internet can be an amazingly useful educational resource for patients who have been diagnosed with cancer. It can also be the source of potentially dangerous misinformation.
5 Questions... with Rafael Fonseca, MD
Rafael Fonseca, MD, is a professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic and a consultant in the Division of Hematology/Oncology.
Eye on Innovation: Chemotherapy
Dr. Adil Daud is a clinical physician and medical researcher, certified by the American Board of Internal Medicinein both oncology and hematology.
Get Your Software on the Cheap
Does the word "free" grab your attention? It sure gets mine.
Beyond Brochures: Using Tech to Teach Patients
Cell phone applications and other high-tech tools are changing the way physicians approach patient education.
What Did You Just Say?: Health Literacy in the Information Age
Health literacy requires more than just knowing how to read. It involves a number of additional skills, including listening, analyzing, and decisionmaking.
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