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Author: National Cancer Institute (U.S.)

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Discusses the history of the Institute with emphasis on the last twenty years.

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Discusses the history of the Institute with emphasis on the last twenty years.

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( 7 ) Fowler FJ Jr , Barry MJ , Lu - Yao G , Wasson J , Roman A , Wennberg J. Effect of radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer on patient quality of life : results from a Medicare survey . Urology 1995 ; 45 : 1007-15 .

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Author: National Institutes of Health (U.S.)

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Author: National Cancer Institute (U.S.)

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Author: Edward Trimble

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1996 By Edward Trimble

Anne McTiernan's second memoir begins in 1982, soon after she completed her doctoral training in public health research at the University of Washington at the age of twenty-nine.

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Set in Seattle, Washington and Westchester County, New York from 1982 to 1987, Dr. Anne McTiernan begins her memoir at age twenty-nine, when she completes her doctoral training in public health research at the University of Washington. She and her husband are parents to four-year-old and three-month old girls. Anne soon realizes that jobs in her field are scarce, especially for women. Racked with feelings of inadequacy, Anne feels that she needs better credentials in order to land a job. She resurrects an old dream of becoming a medical doctor, something she had cast aside years ago when she thought she lacked the smarts or stamina to attempt this feat. To her surprise, her husband agrees to support her attending medical school. The family moves 3,000 miles to Westchester County, New York, where Anne will begin a new journey. Over the first two years of medical school, Anne faces enormous and competing pressures—to learn the language and culture of medicine, to memorize a seemingly infinite amount of knowledge about the human body and the myriad ways it can fail, and to take care of her family. Within a few months of starting this new life, Anne is in deep trouble. She cannot handle the competing demands, and she feels isolated because there is no one in quite the same circumstances as she. The stress builds and builds, until Anne explodes with a series of paralyzing panic attacks that prevent her from studying and threaten her ability to function. She begins psychotherapy and starts on a journey of self-discovery. She realizes she has to change if she wants to survive. Cured differs from other physician memoirs in its themes of motherhood, mental illness, and its perspective from a female physician. Throughout the book, Anne draws parallels between her life as a medical student and her later experiences as a doctor and researcher, providing a unique viewpoint on how she turned adversity into a strength and set of skills.
2021-02-16 By Anne McTiernan

With the goal of ensuring that patients have access to high-quality, affordable cancer care, the Institute of Medicine's (IOM's) National Cancer Policy Forum convened a public workshop, Delivering Affordable Cancer Care in the 21st Century, ...

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ISBN: 9780309269490

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Rising health care costs are a central fiscal challenge confronting the United States. National spending on health care currently accounts for 18 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), but is anticipated to increase to 25 percent of GDP by 2037. The Bipartisan Policy Center argues that "this rapid growth in health expenditures creates an unsustainable burden on America's economy, with far-reaching consequences". These consequences include crowding out many national priorities, including investments in education, infrastructure, and research; stagnation of employee wages; and decreased international competitiveness.In spite of health care costs that far exceed those of other countries, health outcomes in the United States are not considerably better. With the goal of ensuring that patients have access to high-quality, affordable cancer care, the Institute of Medicine's (IOM's) National Cancer Policy Forum convened a public workshop, Delivering Affordable Cancer Care in the 21st Century, October 8-9, 2012, in Washington, DC. Delivering Affordable Cancer Care in the 21st Century summarizes the workshop.
2013-05-20 By Institute of Medicine

This book identifies feasible, affordable steps for LMCs and their international partners to begin to reduce the cancer burden for current and future generations.

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Cancer is low or absent on the health agendas of low- and middle-income countries (LMCs) despite the fact that more people die from cancer in these countries than from AIDS and malaria combined. International health organizations, bilateral aid agencies, and major foundations—which are instrumental in setting health priorities—also have largely ignored cancer in these countries. This book identifies feasible, affordable steps for LMCs and their international partners to begin to reduce the cancer burden for current and future generations. Stemming the growth of cigarette smoking tops the list to prevent cancer and all the other major chronic diseases. Other priorities include infant vaccination against the hepatitis B virus to prevent liver cancers and vaccination to prevent cervical cancer. Developing and increasing capacity for cancer screening and treatment of highly curable cancers (including most childhood malignancies) can be accomplished using "resource-level appropriateness" as a guide. And there are ways to make inexpensive oral morphine available to ease the pain of the many who will still die from cancer.
2007-02-26 By Institute of Medicine

Author: Stephen T. Sonis

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ISBN: MINN:31951D021118372

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