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April 22, 2019

The DOCS is a structured clinical assessment tool that was developed to detect subtle changes in observable indicators of neurobehavioral functioning during recovery of consciousness following a severe traumatic brain injury. It can be used to monitor recovery of consciousness and evaluate the effects of interventions in order to better inform clinical decision-making and prognosis of recovery.

April 22, 2019

The DOCS is a structured clinical assessment tool that was developed to detect subtle changes in observable indicators of neurobehavioral functioning during recovery of consciousness following a severe traumatic brain injury. It can be used to monitor recovery of consciousness and evaluate the effects of interventions in order to better inform clinical decision-making and prognosis of recovery.

March 29, 2019

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA has been awarded $4.125 million for ongoing work in cancer control TA.

March 29, 2019

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA has been awarded $4.125 million for ongoing work in cancer control TA.

March 19, 2019

Recent advances in cancer treatment have resulted in greatly improved survival, and yet many patients in the USA havenot benefited due to poor access to healthcare and difficulty accessing timely care across the cancer care continuum.

February 21, 2019

Despite amazing technological breakthroughs for precision medicine, government champions, and continuing and significant investment, challenges exist related to appropriate regulatory guidelines, suitable reimbursement, and the education of healthcare professionals.

January 02, 2019

The field of cancer rehabilitation and prehabilitation has grown significantly over the past decade. Advancements in early detection and treatment have resulted in a growing number of cancer survivors in the United States (US), expected to reach 26 million by 2040.

January 02, 2019

The field of cancer rehabilitation and prehabilitation has grown significantly over the past decade. Advancements in early detection and treatment have resulted in a growing number of cancer survivors in the United States (US), expected to reach 26 million by 2040.

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