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Will bowel cancer screening policy failures be an election issue?

An indictment of federal health policy-making (under successive governments and health ministers) has just been published in this article tracing the history of bowel cancer screening in Australia. Am... read more

Rural Americans Already Have Poor Health Care. Trump’s Policies Will Hurt Further.

After he got access to regular, affordable care, a timely screening colonoscopy found a nascent colon cancer ... Trump in the presidential election. He had been promised economic succor. His health wa... read more

Managing Psychosocial Distress: Lessons Learned in Optimizing Screening Program Implementation

Cancer patients’ morbidity and mortality may be hastened by the presence of other medical conditions. Diabetes, chronic pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure ... and evaluate distress screening ... read more

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Silver lining of old age: Ditching the screenings

Take heart in the fact that growing old comes with a silver lining of sorts: You can cross a bunch of things off your health-related to-do list, including routine screening tests for cancer and other ... read more


Cancer, redefined

Cancer has long been defined by where it starts to grow—the lungs, the colon, the breasts ... Scott Gottlieb said the agency will this year release a new policy that “will address the issue of targete... read more

Let the Debate Begin; Health Leaders to Debate Top 3 motions – 8:30am – St. John’s Conference Centre

The showdown will take place as an election ... screening of the short film “Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story” which tells the story of Greg Price who was 30 years old when he began developing ... read more

Doing More Harm Than Good? Epidemic of Screening Burdens Nation’s Older Patients

In this series, “Treatment Overkill,” Kaiser Health News ... cancer screenings are essential, said Dr. Lisa Schwartz, a professor at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. He... read more

Coalition health policy is all barbs and no risks

The Coalition’s health policy is ... extend colorectal cancer screening is another piece of unfinished business from Abbott’s period as health minister. A national screening program was added to Coali... read more

8 people vying for Manatee school board seat

John Colon, a member of the state Board of Education ... The board has yet to put a policy in place to counter the issues that led us to this financial mess,” Aranibar said. “I haven’t seen any worksh... read more

EXACT Sciences: It Has Happened Again

The Russian Roulette With a low specificity rate of 87%, Cologuard, EXACT Sciences' (NASDAQ:EXAS) non-invasive screening test for colorectal cancer, yields false positive ... of Medicine), Cologuard f... read more

President Obama's Address to a Joint Session of Congress on Health Care

So tonight, I return to speak to all of you about an issue that is central to that future, and that is the issue of health care. I am not the first president to take up ... be catching diseases like b... read more

Natera's (NTRA) CEO Matthew Rabinowitz on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

We recently presented successful results in bladder and colon cancer studies ... pressured [ph] to that issue. We are reluctant to make any strong statement about the timing of ACOG making a stronger ... read more



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