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Current smokers less likely to undergo cancer screenings than nonsmokers

May 17, 2019

WHO: Exercise, smoking cessation, healthy diet reduce dementia risk

May 14, 2019
WHO has released its first guidelines on reducing the risk for cognitive decline and dementia for health care providers, governments, policy-makers and other…
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Dual stain more sensitive than Pap for triage of HPV-positive women

May 13, 2019
P16/Ki-67 dual stain testing has higher sensitivity and specificity compared with Pap testing for triage of HPV-positive women, according to results from a recent study…
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PCPs order significantly fewer cancer screening tests later in the day

May 10, 2019
The rate at which primary care clinicians order breast and colorectal cancer screening tests decreases significantly over the course of the day, according to a recent…
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Fit to Perform: Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace

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Four vignettes will be presented reflecting employee experiences with unsatisfactory job performance due to substance…
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Question 28: I Have A Patient With Biliary-Type Pain, But No Other Evidence Of Bile Duct Disease (Normal Diameter Duct On Ultrasound, Normal Liver Function Tests). How Should Such A Patient Be Managed?

From Curbside Consultation in Endoscopy: 49 Clinical Questions, Second Edition
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VIDEO: Lung cancer screening shows potential to reduce deaths

April 28, 2017
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