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Abdul Rahman Jazieh

evidence-based medicine in the region; the development of an easy tool for adaptation helped streamline the discussion and make the process easier and more practical 2 Increasing the number of unique visitors from the region to the NCCN Web site

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Margaret Tempero

. Investigators with fresh ideas are frustrated. And industry, for the most part, would rather conduct its own studies. Fundamentally, well-designed and flawlessly conducted clinical trials that ask important questions are at the core of evidence-based medicine

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Patricia J. Goldsmith

. Anchored in clinical quality and evidence-based medicine, Value Pathways powered by NCCN will build on The US Oncology Network's Level I Pathways (discussed in more detail on page 121 ) and help patients receive the highest-quality care with the best

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Health and The US Oncology Network. “By joining forces, we can draw from the expertise of both organizations to help oncologists practice high-quality, evidence-based medicine.” In today’s complex healthcare environment, clinicians are facing increasing

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privilege to join the NCCN Foundation Board,” said Dr. Bilenker. “For years, NCCN has set the standard for evidence-based medicine in oncology. Now, through the work of the NCCN Foundation, patients have direct access to the accumulated wisdom of NCCN, in

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evidence source within the clinical quality and regimen support system and be supplemented by the collaboratively-developed Value Pathways. Anchored in clinical quality and evidence-based medicine, Value Pathways powered by NCCN will build upon The US

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. Helen Darling pointed to identifying and reducing waste within the system as a key to controlling costs. “It’s what you pay for, not what you pay,” she said, and that “by shifting wasted dollars to more effective, evidence-based medicine, you create

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Arti Hurria, Supriya Gupta Mohile, and William Dale

knowledge, ultimately providing evidence-based medicine that will improve care of older adults with cancer. The ideas and viewpoints expressed in this editorial are those of the author and do not necessarily represent any policy, position, or

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Hamdy A. Azim, Abdul-Rahman Jazieh, and Mohammad Jahanzeb

to not only practice more evidence-based medicine but also conduct local epidemiologic studies and clinical trials to better define the magnitude of the problem and customize solutions for their part of the world. We believe that the MENA region would

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Jonas A. de Souza, Mark J. Ratain, and A. Mark Fendrick

is only marginal or no benefit. Another potential gap involves indications that fall into the so-called gray zone of evidence-based medicine, within which high-level evidence is difficult to reach even for treatments that are probably effective