In last month's column, I talked about Microsoft's newest desktop operating system, Windows 7, and outlined several reasons why you might want to purchase it when it comes out this year. Windows 7 will include some really cool features-like multi-touch technology and usability improvements-that can benefit medical practitioners and their office staff. Because it is in Microsoft's best interest to make the process of upgrading to Windows 7 simple and straightforward, you would think the software giant would put great effort into streamlining the experience.
The increasingly important role of the Internet in disseminating health-related information to patients and the general public has been described in several publications and is the topic of this month's cover story.
The concept of treating malignancies using a regional approach originated in 1950, when Klopp and associates began to infuse nitrogen mustard into the arterial supply of various neoplasms.
Melissa received a metastatic lung cancer diagnosis just a few weeks after celebrating her 40th birthday. Within hours of hearing her diagnosis from her primary care physician, she started searching the Internet about her disease and what to expect in terms of treatments.