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Using sophisticated equipment and skills, reconstructive plastic surgeons help prepare patients for life after cancer.
An increasing number of people from academia, the pharmaceutical industry, policy groups and government agencies are coming together to promote the integration of patient-reported outcomes in all clinical trials.
Counseling patients on eating the right food during and after treatment has led to an online cookbook with healthy recipes for everyone.
At the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences commencement, 70 future scientists were encouraged "to change the very nature of human existence" as they move into their research careers.
Team members on the Palliative Care Unit help patients talk about their end-of-life goals. They've even arranged wedding services on the unit.
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