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Interval tumors found in six percent of colorectal cancer cases

Interval tumors found in six percent of colorectal cancer cases

Interval cancers more likely to be earlier stage, proximal, have lower risk of death

Reliance on Windows XP may threaten data security

Reliance on Windows XP may threaten data security

Continued security of patient data is needed following Microsoft's termination of XP support.

Perioperative chemotherapy increases bladder cancer survival

Perioperative chemotherapy increases bladder cancer survival

Study shows low utilization of bladder cancer perioperative chemotherapy is associated with a survival benefit in the general population.

Video-based education increases men's skin awareness

Video-based education increases men's skin awareness

Those receiving intervention increased clinical skin exams in the seven months following their education.

Colorectal cancer resection mortality still high for elderly

Colorectal cancer resection mortality still high for elderly

Despite an overall improved mortality seen during the past 10 years, advancing age is associated with higher morbidity and mortality in colorectal cancer resection.

New Health Secretary to Confront Health Care Reform Hurdles

New Health Secretary to Confront Health Care Reform Hurdles

The new nominee, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, will seek to burnish ACA's image amid the mid-term election fray.

High-fat diet tied to breast cancer subtypes

High-fat diet tied to breast cancer subtypes

High intake of saturated fat increases risk of HER2-negative, ER/PR-positive disease.

Chronic pancreatitis increases risk of cancer death

Chronic pancreatitis increases risk of cancer death

People with chronic pancreatitis are at higher risk for cancer death and also have higher incidence of other comorbidities.

Fewer Americans overcome by medical bills

Fewer Americans overcome by medical bills

Reduced use of medical care, early health care reforms may be easing financial worries for Americans.

Faster cognitive decline lowers cancer mortality risk

Faster cognitive decline lowers cancer mortality risk

Elderly with faster cognitive decline were found to have lower risk of cancer mortality, according to research.

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