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Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description The majority of cancer doctors, patients, and members of the general public support cutting health care costs by refusing to pay for drugs that don't improve survival or quality
Amos Cancer Center has received national recognition for its quality patient care. It is one of three such facilities in Georgia and 79 nationwide to receive the 2012 Commission on Cancer Outstanding Achievement Award. The other two in Georgia are
The Canadian Press Published Friday, Apr. 12 2013, 12:15 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 12 2013, 1:24 PM EDT The B.C. Cancer Agency says the former top doctor at the agency's Prince George office provided sub-standard care to some of his patients...
The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation welcomes Dr. Thomas F. February 01, 2013 A firm believer in providing quality care to both patients and their families, Dr. Reynolds is triple-board certified by the American Board of Internal
A prominent Malaysian businessman underwent major surgery here for suspected cancer but later found out that he was not suffering from the ailment, reports the Straits Times (ST). Datuk Seri Hii Chii Kok , 54, is now suing the National Cancer Centre
Costing S$100 million (US$80 million), it will be Southeast Asia's most expensive medical machine. The National Cancer Centre Singapore announced yesterday that it plans to start building the device, which will help children with cancer and patients
Clearbridge Accelerator announced today that it has received an investment from Tim Draper , a well-established venture capitalist based in the Silicon Valley. Mr Draper, who is the Founder and a Managing Director of Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), is