(Reuters Health) - Americans with colon and rectal cancers may get better care when states expand access to health insurance, a new study suggests.
A recent Stanford Cancer Institute study shows that adherence to the NCCN Guidelines(r) for Colon Cancer in an integrated health care setting improves outcomes in all patients, including minorities.
A study of 7,424 privately insured colon cancer patients found that managed care presence in the market and hospital competition increased the likelihood laparoscopic surgery to treat colon cancer lowered costs, a national team of r...
(Reuters Health) - Men who take hormone therapy for prostate cancer may have a higher risk of dementia than patients who receive different treatment for these malignancies, a U.S. study suggests.
(Reuters Health) - Women on Medicare who get subsidies to help defray the cost of drugs may be less likely to stop taking hormone therapy for breast cancer than those who don’t get financial assistance, a U.S. study suggests.