The National Cancer Institute wants to assess the efficacy of SmokefreeTXT, a text message smoking cessation intervention program designed for smokers aged 18-29, according to a Jan. 14 Federal Register announcement . NCI will recruit a large sample of young adult smokers to examine how exposure to the SmokefreeTXT program affects participants' success.
A frequent theme at last month's meeting of the Radiological Society of North America was that radiologists must deal with threats to the future of the imaging industry. One such issue that has received plenty of media attention over the last several years: radiation doses.
New tools developed by the National Cancer Institute will allow any researcher to compare data from large collections of genomic information against thousands of drugs to find the most effective treatments for cancer.
The National Cancer Institute has expanded its SmokeFreeTxt smoking cessation program for teens. Meanwhile, new research suggests there may be a better way to help the most entrenched smokers to quit.
As St. Jude Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., and Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis work to sequence the genomes of pediatric cancer patients, a pair of studies released
Dell and the National Cancer Institute are teaming up to enhance personalized treatments for children with cancer through cloud-based efforts, according to an iHealthBeat report. The partnership,
Both doctors and officials with the National Cancer Institute are hoping that electronic medical records can play a vital part in improving cancer screening around the nation. Earlier this week, NCI
Among 1,533 surveyed physicians caring for colorectal and lung cancer patients, 56.7 percent said they had referred or enrolled at least one person in a clinical trial during the past year, reports a
While vendor after vendor and publicist after publicist keep contacting a certain FierceEMR editor about how their personal health records are going to revolutionize healthcare by empowering
Let's face it, healthcare professionals are drowning in data. Even though most medical records remain on paper, researchers churn out page after page after page of new medical literature. Those with