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Access to Transplantation Varies with Distance from Dialysis Facility

Use of dd-cfDNA to Stratify Risk of Allograft Loss in African American Recipients

Despite advances in the modern era of kidney transplantation, the rates of allograft loss remain disproportionately higher among African...

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ASH Issues Guidelines on Newly Diagnosed AML in Older Adults

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 12, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- In evidence-based guidelines issued by the American Society of Hematology and published in the Aug. 11 issue...
Trending Titles from #ASCO20: NSCLC, Early-Onset CRC, and more, hashtag, social media

Trending Titles from #ASCO20: NSCLC, Early-Onset CRC, and more

The ASCO20 Virtual Education Program took place Aug. 8–10. Here are some of the trending titles that have people talking. Targeting Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer Although colorectal...
virtual, COPD Patients More Likely to Sustain Fracture

Virtual Preoperative Planning Improves Mortality in Common Hip Fracture

An estimated 300,000 hip fractures occur in the U.S. each year—a number that is expected to double with the aging population. About half of...

COVID-19 Update: US Government Reaches Vaccine Deal with Moderna; UK Plummets Into Recession; and...

World News: Five months since officially being declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) has spread like wildfire, devastating economies...
Atrial Fibrillation Is Less Deadly Than It Used To Be: Study

Atrial Fibrillation Is Less Deadly Than It Used To Be: Study

A new analysis suggests that atrial fibrillation (AFib), while still a serious heart condition, has seen a decline in fatalities related to AFib over...
Access to Transplantation Varies with Distance from Dialysis Facility

Use of dd-cfDNA to Stratify Risk of Allograft Loss in African American Recipients

Despite advances in the modern era of kidney transplantation, the rates of allograft loss remain disproportionately higher among African American transplant recipients than among...

Study of Former NFL Players Finds Race Disparities in Health Outcomes

Despite providing social and economic advantages, playing in the National Football League (NFL) does not attenuate race disparities in health. A new study from...

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