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Keith Cengel

thing, not being able to distinguish a vessel from a bone,” he quipped. The absorption spectra of first- and second-generation photosensitizers have been investigated. 2 In their preliminary screening, Gryshuk et al 2 found that purpurinimides

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Patrick Ross Jr

initially deemed unresectable based on their preoperative evaluation were able to undergo definitive surgical resection after trimodality induction therapy. 5 In addition, 27% of patients considered to require pneumonectomy were able to have a lobectomy as

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David C. Hohn

are reduced, marginal income needed to support academic enterprises is jeopardized, and ACCs will not be able to train and retain enough oncology specialists to meet the incoming demand. Will ACCs Be Able to Adapt to Value-Based Reimbursement

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Sara E. Nunnery, Andrew E. Fintel, W. Clay Jackson, Jason C. Chandler, Michael O. Ugwueke and Mike G. Martin

waiting period. However, undocumented immigrants are still excluded from being able to purchase health insurance in the exchanges and from becoming eligible for Medicaid. 3 Unless they can find physicians and facilities willing to provide pro bono

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Arti Hurria

kids needed to be able to go away to college,” explained Dr. Hurria. The need for assistance with IADLs (particularly transportation and medications) is a critical component in cancer treatment planning. In addition, in the MILES study, 5 the need for

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-CHOP (rituximab, cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone) plus ibrutinib, he did attain a complete response and was able to return to work. However, a month later, he experienced relapse. Successes from additional treatments were short-lived and

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than we think they can handle— and it also taught me that when he faces adversity, he is going to step up and he is going to be able to handle it.” The emphasis on communication stemmed far beyond her home, explained Ms. Sambolin, as she ultimately

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Lucy Kalanithi, Heather Wakelee and Robert W. Carlson

.’” He was able to work as a resident for a year while he was on erlotinib, but when the treatment failed, he had to recalibrate, Dr. Kalanithi noted. “At that time, he got the book deal and started writing. Stage IV cancer disrupts your identity and

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Martha Aschenbrenner, Bruce Ham, Paula K. Rauch, Zoraida Sambolin, Maya Silver and Lillie D. Shockney

me that kids can handle a lot more than we think they can handle and that when he faces adversity, he is going to be able to handle it,” she added. Maya Silver agreed that dealing with her mother’s cancer (which her mother survived) helped her

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Susan Moffatt-Bruce

induction therapy regimen for locally advanced primary nonmetastatic NSCLC bronchogenic carcinoma. Fifty percent of patients initially deemed unresectable were able to undergo definitive surgical resection after trimodality induction therapy consisting of