The 3-D printing movement has been featured in countless articles and media describing the changes it will bring to manufacturing, technology and the world. But what can we expect to see in the medical simulation community? Currently, the majority of medical simulation...
Patients who have weight-loss operations at nonaccredited bariatric surgical facilities in the United States are up to 1.4 times likelier to experience serious complications and more than twice as likely to die after the operation...
The healthcare workplace environment has a deep impact on staff experience,...
Letting patients choose between different medications that offer the same outcomes may increase the effectiveness of the preferred drug and reduce possible side effects, according to a new study published in the journal Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
The World Health Organization classification system of ovarian cancer, published in 2014 by Kurman et al, eliminated the older practice of grading serous tumors on a continuum (grade 1, 2, or 3) and instead differentiates low-grade serous and high-grade serous ovarian cancers...
More than one-third of older women with metastatic breast cancer were extreme users of disease-monitoring tests, according to the results of population-based analysis. Further, higher use of these tests increased total healthcare...
Over the past 20 years, Nazneen Rahman has identified a steady stream of genes that influence the risk of breast, ovarian, and childhood cancers — work that has earned her scientific, popular, and even royal acclaim. But her latest accomplishment, and one of her proudest,...
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