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C. difficile difficult for outpatient physicians and patients, too

McDonald. Because antibiotic use significantly raises the risk of C. difficile infection, practices where a lot of patients take those meds—oncology offices, dialysis clinics—might be particular targets for investigation
October 2013

My struggles with our EHR

on "this week in oncology" radio show. We were both intrigued by two articles that recently appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine on this subject. ... Twitter. Dr. Just has 36 years in clinical practice of hematology and medical oncology.
July 2020

Experimental lung cancer pill highlights potential of targeted therapy

Nonetheless, this new kind of chemo pill is a terrific example of how oncology is changing by advances in genetics, and how cancer patients' prognoses, and lives, will be better in
July 2020

Un-maligning the ER

Should the patient be on a specialty service (e.g. cardiology, GI, or oncology), with a hospitalist (a trained internist who mostly sees only hospitalized patients) or a generalist (an internist
July 2020

QD: News Every Day--3 guidelines to help clinicians manage cancer survivor's care

The American Society of Clinical Oncology released the guidelines as the first in a planned series of physicians and patient materials. ... The first guideline, Prevention and Management of Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy in Survivors of Adult
July 2020

After splenectomy, clots join infection as potential risks

professor of pediatric hematology-oncology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
April 2017

QD: News Every Day--Young doctors pick up the slack in palliative care

American Society of Clinical Oncology issued a provisional clinical opinion that patients with metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer should be offered palliative care and standard oncologic care when they are ... The provisional clinical opinion was
July 2020

Treating patients afraid to present

Fear is a really powerful emotion,” said Dr. López, vice chair of medical oncology at Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
October 2018

Shared visits improve access, productivity and satisfaction

Dr. Noffsinger suffered from a severe cardiopulmonary condition in the late 1980s and early 1990s, while he was director of oncology counseling and chronic illness services at Kaiser Permanente in Santa
July 2009

Thanks for listening

When we walked into the room, you could sense the anger and frustration on the patient's face, as well as two other relatives in the room. W...
July 2020

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