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Clifts husband died quietly at home from kidney cancer at 64, one day before the much more public death of Terri Schiavo. Juxtaposing these narratives, one intimate and one bitterly political, Clift, a contributing editor for Newsweek, underscores the need to talk about death.
If we had evidence-based public policy, the policy wonks would be singing hallelujahs about consumer-directed health. But don't hold your breath. That would get in the way of the real agenda, which has nothing to do with what works and what fails. It is all about who is in control. Period.
A cancer patient who was given just THREE months to live has seen his tumour shrink by a whopping 92 per cent - thanks to a pioneering drugs trial.
Surgical removal of the kidney -- a procedure known as nephrectomy -- improves survival in patients with locally advanced renal cell carcinoma, the most common form of kidney cancer.
A number of updated guidelines will be presented at the 24th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology (EAU) held in Stockholm, from 17 though 21 March.
House Democratic leaders reportedly intend to use a shortcut called budget reconciliation to move President Barack Obama's health care reform plan through Congress without seeking Republican votes.
Project could find a new genetic marker for kidney cancer in humans.
Rising opposition has caused the number who strongly approve of Barack Obamas job performance to slip.
Almost 200 cancer patients have been left to die in Scotland in the last two years after their last-ditch attempts to get life- extending treatments were rejected by the NHS, campaigners claimed today.
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