Search results for "Cancer Screening"

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ACP revises advice on women's health

ACP in April released new, less controversial best practice advice on cervical cancer screening. ... This is one concept, cancer screening, but you're seeing it in other areas.
September 2015

From ACP Internist

Seeking common ground on CKD screening. ACP's 2013 guideline on screening, monitoring, and treatment of stage 1 to 3 chronic kidney disease (CKD) raised an immediate response from leaders of ... Changes coming for colon cancer screening.
July 2014

Internal Medicine Meeting 2016 goes to Washington This issue covers topics such as colorectal cancer screening, the development and implementation of clinical guidelines, and management of stroke patients.
June 2016


All had undergone screening mammography between 1996 and 2007 at Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium-affiliated facilities. ... Most interval cancers and cancers detected by screening were early stage in all women regardless of personal breast cancer
March 2011


The recommendations were based on a review of the evidence on effectiveness of breast cancer screening at reducing mortality from breast cancer and all causes. ... The Task Force's recommendation statement was accompanied by systematic reviews on
January 2016

Prostate cancer

More information on the balance of benefits and adverse effects, as well as the cost-effectiveness, of prostate-cancer screening is needed before general recommendations can be made,” they wrote. ... The results contradict those of the U.S.-based
March 2012

Cancer screening

LLP) model; the LLP Incidence Risk Model (LLPi); the Hoggart model; the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer Screening Trial Model 2012 (PLCO. ... These findings could be used in future guidelines to recommend risk models for lung cancer
May 2018

Colorectal cancer

Regular aspirin use is associated with a lower incidence of gastrointestinal (GI) tract cancers, particularly colorectal cancer, a recent study found. ... These results suggest that aspirin use may be a relatively low-cost primary prevention method that
March 2016

Prostate cancer

An editorial noted concerns about the decline in prostate cancer screening and prostate cancer incidence. ... Certainly, physicians have been overly aggressive in their approach to prostate cancer screening and treatment during the past 2 decades, but
November 2015


Analyses that controlled for all covariates except colorectal cancer screening and polypectomy showed that having at least 2 primary care visits was associated with approximately 20% lower odds of all-cause ... This association was attenuated but not
October 2013

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