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www.medpagetoday.com - 3/20/13
(MedPage Today) -- Digital x-rays augmented by computer-aided detection increased the identification rate for lung nodules in at-risk patients, but the number was too small to draw conclusions about the modality's value in screening, researchers found.
www.medpagetoday.com - 3/20/13
(MedPage Today) -- A DNA repair biomarker thought to predict benefit from platinum-based chemotherapy in non-small cell lung cancer doesn't actually do that good a job, a validation study showed.
www.medpagetoday.com - 3/17/13
(MedPage Today) -- Although most hospitals have taken extra steps to reduce Clostridium difficile infections, many say they see no difference in infection rates. Also this week: a novel lung cancer drug wins "breakthrough status.
www.medpagetoday.com - 2/19/13
(MedPage Today) -- Using different selection criteria for lung cancer screening may catch more disease than the currently recommended criteria, researchers found.
www.medpagetoday.com - 2/17/13
(MedPage Today) -- A more restrictive definition of a positive result in CT lung cancer screening could reduce the rate of false-positives and unnecessary follow-up tests, but may lead to a delay in diagnosis, researchers reported.

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