Acute Coronary Syndrome


An understanding of risk-adjusted outcomes for percutaneous coronary interventions for both inpatient and 90-day postdischarge events is necessary for the redesign of care outcomes.
Patients endure heavy medication complexity following hospital discharge for acute coronary syndrome.
A new grant aims to gather data on thousands of African American cancer survivors to understand factors that influence disease progression, recurrence, mortality, and quality of life.
Lung cancer screening rates in the United States remained low and unchanged in 2015 despite recommendations that high-risk current and former smokers be screened.
During the National Cancer Prevention Month, there will be renewed fervor among healthcare providers to ensure individuals pay greater attention toward preventive measures against cancer.


July 25th to 28th, 2014
Boston, MA
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