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Could a 'default option' improve cancer care?

from Medscape (free login required)

When clinicians planning cancer treatment are faced with a choice of options, a "default option" that is compliant with evidence-based guidelines could improve care and could also reduce costs, suggests a group of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania. Outlining their proposal in an article published online February 16 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, they give three examples in which a default option could be useful clinically. more


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