Blog category: Oncology

Healthcare services are also often inefficient with lots of time wasted and misused. Often it is too inconvenient and impersonal an experience to feel like your getting the full benefits of our healthcare system. Looking at other technologies such GPS, media streaming more...

Jennifer Lycette, MD, blogs at The Hopeful Cancer Doc, her personal blog on practicing oncology, maintaining hope in medicine, work-life balance, and various other musings. She started blogging with an idea to promote hope for physicians, both in our practices and our more...

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Welcome to myIV.com – where we provide answers to any questions related to IVs – from the most basic to complex. We are the resource to empower and inform patients and caregivers on IVs and IV therapy. Intravenous (IV) therapy is a routine part of treatment for more...

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Mesothelioma Treatment Community is dedicated to the assistance and guidance of asbestos and mesothelioma victims around the world. We exist to not only inspire hope during these unbearable times but to also provide comprehensive information through this blog, the more...

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The Peek and Shriek Post is a healthcare blog founded by Mario Nacinovich. The blog offers original content and covers relevant and timely topics across the healthcare spectrum. more...

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You’re a physician and a parent. Which comes first?
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If you’re a physician-parent, no doubt you’re familiar with the helplessness associated with the more

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