REGIONAL CHEMOTHERAPY AS AN OPTION FOR TREATING UNRESECTABLE CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA BY: IRENA PEJCIC – UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE

Regional Chemotherapy as an option for treating unresectable cholangiocarcinoma By: Irena Pejcic – University of Belgrade  Introduction Bile duct cancer, also referred to as cholangiocarcinoma, is a rare malignancy. The illness itself is troublesome to diagnose and is typically fatal because of its late clinical presentation and fast turnover. According … Continue reading

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Regional Chemotherapy as a rising option in treating unresectable cholangiocarcinoma By: Irena Pejcic – University of Belgrade

Regional Chemotherapy as a viable option in treating unresectable cholangiocarcinoma: By: Irena Pejcic – University of Belgrade Introduction Bile duct cancer, also referred to as cholangiocarcinoma, is a rare malignancy. The illness itself is troublesome to diagnose and is typically fatal because of its late clinical presentation and fast turnover. … Continue reading

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Learning From And Sharing Knowledge With Chinese Academic Doctors: Raymond Rupert MD, MBA.

Learning From And Sharing Knowledge With Chinese Academic Doctors At York University: Raymond Rupert MD, MBA. Recently, I had the opportunity to spend a day lecturing to a group of 20 academic medical doctors from China. My mandarin is non … Continue reading

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Cannabis Use With Chronic Pain:

Pilot study finds medical cannabis tied to lower opioid use in chronic nerve pain patients Taking medical cannabis led 62 percent of patients with chronic nerve pain to cut down or stop their opioid use, according to a first-of-its-kind pilot … Continue reading

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Diseases Hidden In The Genes:

Scientists scoured the DNA of healthy babies and adults in two genome-sequencing projects called MedSeq and BabySeq — and have turned up some surprising results. Here’s what Dr. Robert Green of Brigham and Women’s Hospital told me about the new … Continue reading

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Friendly Viruses Can Kill Deadly Bacteria: Stat News Oct 16 2018 

The US Navy research teams had been quietly amassing the viruses for years when word came that a doctor in California needed some of the Navy’s phages as a last, experimental shot at saving a man’s life. He was a … Continue reading

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Real World Data At Medreleaf:

Medreleaf is an Ontario grower and supplier of medical cannabis. They have created an interesting way of determining how cannabis is helping specific patients. They survey their customers with medical conditions to see what and how much cannabis that they … Continue reading

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Burnout, Purpose And Resilience: The Leading Thinkers

The psychologist Christina Maslach, working with several colleagues, set out to create a test to measure occupational burnout in 1981. Eventually termed the Maslach Inventory, the scale assessed the risk of burnout by testing subjects along three basic dimensions: emotional … Continue reading

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Collective Intelligence Is Important In Helping Our Patients With Complex Problems:

Collective Intelligence Is Important In Helping Our Patients With Complex Problems: The goal at Rupert Case Management is to use collective intelligence to help our patients with complex problems. Once the team is organized, engaged and activated, then collaboration is … Continue reading

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Collective Intelligence Is Important:

Collective Intelligence Is Important In Helping Our Patients With Complex Problems: The goal at Rupert Case Management is to use collective intelligence to help our patients with complex problems. Once the team is organized, engaged and activated, then collaboration is … Continue reading

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