February 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Feb2009, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p13
The article offers news briefs in the U.S. A study from the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Chicago in Illinois reveals that men with rising prostate-specific antigen levels cannot rest easy when their office biopsies come back negative. Thirty-seven percent of the surveyed 3,562 emergency medicine clinicians say that there was not enough space to deliver patient care some of the time. A social network analysis shows that individuals surrounded by happy people are likely to be happy themselves.


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