In the early years of the internet, a company website was just another budget-draining tool, largely unproven in its effectiveness. Despite today's acceptance (phew), some organizations still face a budgetary struggle for upkeep and redesigns.

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In reality, it's no secret that Alzheimer's disproportionately impacts women - not just in terms of higher rates of diagnosis, but also when it comes to caregiving.

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Health care can be a daunting journey at times: Hospital procedures. Insurance details. Medicines and prescriptions. Trials and treatment regimens. Without some guidance every now and then, it can be easy to get lost. A great way to stay on course and to improve your experience as a patient is to express your opinions, ask questions and make your voice heard.

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For the estimated 49,000 individuals diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year, there becomes an immediate need for information and resources. Once these patients begin the education process, the next phase begins: navigating treatment options, including the latest therapies and clinical trials. But what would happen if diagnosed patients made these treatment decisions based on their unique tumor-type and disease characteristics?

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During medical society meetings and presentations by colleagues, I often see PowerPoint slides on recommended courses of care. The slides inevitably look the same: First line of care--therapy A, second line of care--therapy B, third line of care--therapy C. And then, at the very bottom: clinical trials.

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