Eric Gramlich

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The Hawaii Quality and Cost Consortium began a project in 1993 to implement and evaluate interactive videodisk programs to assist in clinical decision-making for breast cancer. Communication problems between physicians and patients, limitations of available outcomes data and varying preferences of individual patients can result in treatment outcomes that(More)
A program of office menstrual aspiration was initiated in our institution in 1972. Since that time 1,443 patients have been admitted into the study. These patients were evaluated by age, marital status, gravidity, repeat pregnancy terminations, complications, and detailed tissue analysis as well as contraception utilized at the time of conception and(More)
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