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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

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A new free online CME by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is being directed towards pathologists who have patients affected by non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC). The online activity is free and will consist of 4 different activities.

Each activity will present different case scenarios using the latest treatment options and diagnostic markers to help pathologists improve patient outcomes.

To learn more about this free online CME activity from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and how you as a pathologist can get up-to-date information on the diagnosis and management of patients with NSCLC please visit: http://www.jhasim1.com/2010-14/index1.aspx .

Exactly my thoughts, Hollyanne. Thanks for your article, it's well written and documented.

What is it about Dr. Gawande that inspires such intense feelings?
I guess it's better than being null, budd and boring :)
Bruce

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