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Study: Cancer Misdiagnosis is Not Uncommon

Over 18,000 cancer patients are misdiagnosed every year, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. The study pointed to cases of blatant mislabeling and mis-categorizing, as well as mistakes interpreting biopsy data. Other doctors cited the fact that diagnostic methods have remained essentially unchanged for the last half-century and are now outdated and fail to… Read More »

Washington, D.C. Nursing Homes Earn Passing Grade

Washington, D.C. nursing homes recently received a grade of “C” from an advocacy group, and ranked 29th among the 51 U.S. jurisdictions. The August 2013 report rated the nation’s nursing homes on a number of factors. Washington, D.C.’s care facilities ranked very highly in terms of health inspections (First) and direct care staffing hours (13th)…. Read More »

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