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Cancer Care Surveillance

There are 15.5 million cancer survivors in the United States with numbers expected to hit 20.3 million in 2026. Only recently has attention been paid to their unique needs and the management of their post-cancer care. Both the cancer itself and its treatment can affect long-term health and...

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Insights for Employers through PCORI: Why Women Choose Double Mastectomy

There is a growing number of studies with important findings being published by the Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) that should be on an employer’s radar. The National Alliance has been working with PCORI to bring these results to the employer community. This...

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Research Review: Insights for Employers June 2018

WHY WOMEN CHOOSE DOUBLE MASTECTOMY A PCORI-funded study examines the impact of treatment choices on women’s cancer distress, body image. Health Care Research Review - Insights for Employers The Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) began funding research in 2012 and a growing...

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Supporting Employees With Cancer: The Cancer Care Huddle

Cancer is a complex illness. Employers often involve multiple vendors in their efforts to support employees and family members diagnosed with cancer, but lack of coordination among health plans, care navigators, 2nd opinion services, EAP, disability vendors and others can result in sub-optimal...

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