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Why You Should Use Diagnoss Artificial Intelligence Billing

Diagnosis Artificial Intelligence Billing-We love our healthcare system and want nothing more than to free our healthcare providers from the mundane and the cumbersome aspects of their work, so they can

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Beating Myeloma: “If I Knew Then What I Know Now”

Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma Patients Don’t Know What They Don’t Know- MM Cancer Coaching provides answers to your questions- I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma (MM), in February of

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Global Incidence of Multiple Myeloma

“Although more common in high SDI countries, multiple myeloma is a global disease, and there has been a marked increase in incident cases from 1990 to 2016, predominantly in middle SDI countries

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Cancer Coaching-Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

“CML occurs in all age groups, but most commonly in the middle-aged and elderly… and slightly more men than women are affected. CML represents about 15–20% of all cases of adult leukemia

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What Tom Brady has in Common With a Multiple Myeloma Survivor- Mind-Body Therapy

Mind-Body Therapy is as important to managing a multiple myeloma diagnosis as it is to excelling in athletics.  A blog post about what Tom Brady has in common with a long-term multiple myeloma (MM) survivor!?

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New Cancer Researcher Challenges Conventional Retinoblastoma Thinking

the predisposition to this type of retinoblastoma (ret) can be inherited, so the other eye of the child and those of infant relatives are at risk to develop tumours… One of the key questions in any

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Ken Youner, kidney cancer survivor

“I quickly jumped off the table and went over to the computer screen, and I immediately knew I had kidney cancer (renal cell carcinoma (RCC)).” As a physician, cancer was not something unknown

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Ed Mitchell’s Story of Esophageal Cancer- Conventional, Non, Mind-Body, etc.

I fired Dr. T. and told him that if someone hangs up a shingle as primary care doctor and doesn’t know the symptoms of esophageal cancer, then he shouldn’t be in the business. In 1994 I was

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Jan Pederson- Ovarian Cancer Treatment at Cancer Treatment Centers of America

“She asked me if I had backaches. I told her that yes, sometimes I did. She told me that my symptoms could be ovarian cancer and that I should see a doctor” In February 2003, I met a woman

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Gene Breslow, Bladder Cancer Diagnosed- Partial Cystectomy

The exam identified a mucous growing and a thickening in the wall of the bladder. A biopsy was done and the diagnosis was invasive adenocarcinoma of the bladder (bladder cancer).   Gene’s Story: In

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