Monthly Archives: October 2018

A New Type of Treatment Shows Promise Against Aggressive Breast Cancer

TIME Health By Alice Park October 20, 2018 In many cases, breast cancer is considered a treatable disease — as long as it’s diagnosed early and treated with the proper combination of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation or targeted drugs. But triple-negative breast cancer has long been an exception. The reason it’s so deadly is that these… Read more »

How to fix bullying in health care

MEDPAGE’STODAY > Andrew C. Bland, MD | Policy | June 23, 2018 When we think of bullying, we’re usually worrying about our school-age kids or remembering bad experiences from high school. We learn quickly in the health care field that bullies don’t change once they enter the clinical world. Health care, with its incredible… Read more »