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Quality of life in patients with psoriasis
Psoriasis is one of the prevalent skin conditions in the United States. This chronic condition has a significant negative impact on patients' quality of life. Psoriasis has been linked to theExpand
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Adjuvant hormonal therapy use among insured, low-income women with breast cancer.
PURPOSE Use of adjuvant hormonal therapy, which significantly decreases breast cancer mortality, has not been well described among poor women, who are at higher risk of cancer-related death. Here weExpand
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Factors that affect academic performance among pharmacy students.
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to examine factors such as academic competence, test competence, time management, strategic studying, and test anxiety, and identify whether these factorsExpand
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Predictors of medication adherence and associated health care costs in an older population with overactive bladder syndrome: a longitudinal cohort study.
PURPOSE We examined the relationship between self-reported health status data, subsequent antimuscarinic medication adherence and health care service use in older adults with OAB syndrome in aExpand
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Exenatide BID and liraglutide QD treatment patterns among type 2 diabetes patients in Germany
Abstract Objectives: This study evaluated patient and prescriber characteristics, treatment patterns, average daily dose (ADD), and glycemic control of patients initiating glucagon-like peptide 1Expand
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Measures used in specifying psoriasis lesion(s), global disease and quality of life: A systematic review
Objective: To assess which measures are utilized to quantify lesions, disease severity, and quality of life in the current literature on psoriasis vulgaris. Methods: A MEDLINE search was performedExpand
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Patterns of treatment with chemotherapy and monoclonal antibodies for metastatic colorectal cancer in Western Europe
Abstract Background and objectives: Treatment outcomes improved in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) due to the introduction of new chemotherapies and monoclonal antibodies. This study describesExpand
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How PAs improve access to care for the underserved
Objective: Increasing health care costs and inaccessibility to care create barriers to physicians' services. The physician assistant (PA) profession developed in part to help care for underservedExpand
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Consumer Perceptions Regarding Generic Drug Substitution: An Exploratory Study
ABSTRACTAn exploratory cross-sectional study was conducted to determine consumer perceptions regarding generic drug substitution. A survey was administered to consumers filling prescriptions atExpand
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Major Surgery in Patients with Metastatic Colorectal Cancer in Western Europe
PurposeGiven the potential interference between treatment for metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) and surgical procedures, we sought to determine the prevalence of major surgery following mCRCExpand
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