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Colon cancer survival linked to number of lymph nodes examined
...e colon than necessary, but that they abide to the principals
for cancer surgery, and that pathologists follow up in kind," Chang says. Because all of the studies examined were observational, the researchers stress that they cannot definitively say increasing the number of lymph nodes examined leads to impro...
Stereotypes contribute to older men seeking, receiving depression care less frequently
...ing a diagnosis more difficult. Some of the IMPACT principals
speculated that older men "might have more difficulty accessing and recognizing their feelings," while others believed men were "actively trying to conceal or mask their depression." For example, one primary care provider, when asked if men present t...
SNMTS provides $58,000 in 2006 scholarships, grants for nuclear medicine technologists
...Tc Dual-Isotope Cross-Talk," applies basic physics principals
to a clinical nuclear medicine technology problem. This project designs and tests the efficacy of a depleted uranium collimator for physically removing the scatter and X-ray contamination that occurs during dual isotope imaging, possibly leading to a...
Principals' and foodservice directors' perceptions differ on food policy
... and received an 84 percent response. One hundred principals
at the same schools were also asked to complete a ...and percent rural. The researchers found that more principals
than school foodservice directors reported the existence of enforced policies. The researchers writ...
NHS failing to provide health care according to need
...fluent, but the number of whole time equivalent GP principals
is distributed evenly across the population. However, including non-principals and doctors in training, there are 11% more GPs in the more affluent compared with the more deprived half of the population. Although they found larger numbers of practice...
Researchers discover 'window on the brain' that could help treat disorders
...nd Malony, along with attorney Ann Bunnenberg, are principals
in Eugene-based Cerebral Data Systems (CDS). The new company will function as a subsidiary business unit of Electrical Geodesics (EGI) , a private entity owned by Tucker and Bunnenberg, with partial ownership by the University of Oregon. It's a str...