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Unemployment common after breast cancer treatment U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
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$6 million gift to benefit thyroid cancer research UMHS Headlines
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Shared Decision Making Champions: Angie Fagerlin Honored Informed Medical Decisions Foundation
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25% of breast cancer survivors report financial decline due to treatment U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
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More women receiving breast reconstruction after mastectomy, study finds U-M Comprehensive Cancer Center
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The Influence of Emerging Administrative Scientists: An Interview with Dr Christopher Friese Journal of Nursing Administration
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Radioactive iodine ó little benefit for patients with low-risk thyroid cancer ASCO Connection
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Obese cancer patients often shorted on chemo doses Yahoo News via AP
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Unfounded Fear Prompts Some Preventive Mastectomies: Study U.S. News & World Report
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Experts Discuss Challenges in Counseling Patients About Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy. The ASCO Post
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When removing breast is not the answer. CNN
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- Cancer Surveillance and Outcomes Research Team (CanSORT) Research and Strategic Planning Retreat UMHS Headlines
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- Hawley ST. Is Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Overused? Results from a Population-Based Study. U of M Health
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- Most Women Who Choose Double Mastectomy Don't Need To, Study Shows MSN & HealthDay
- Breast cancer awareness: Not so pretty pink. CNN Health
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- Improving cancer treatment through better decisions. U of M Health
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- Morrow M, Katz SJ. The Challenge of Developing Quality Measures for Breast Cancer Surgery. JAMA; 2012;307(5):509-510.
- Repeat Breast Cancer Surgery Varies Widely for Little Reason, Study Finds. Bloomberg
- Haymart MR, Banerjee M, Stewart AK, Koenig RJ, Birkmeyer JD, Griggs JJ. Use of Radioactive Iodine for Thyroid Cancer. JAMA; 2011;306(7)721-728.
- Radioactive iodine for thyroid cancer increasing, with Wide variation in how and Where it's Used. The JAMA Report
- Hospital characteristics account for variations in radioactive iodine use for thyroid cancer. Endocrine today
- Jagsi R, Abrahamse P, Hawley ST, Graff JJ, Hamilton AS, Katz SJ. Underascertainment of Radiation Therapy Receipt in SEER Data. Cancer; Epub Ahead of Print.
- U.S. Database of Breast Cnacer Treatment May Be Inaccurate. MSN & HealthDay
- SEER registry lacked records of radiation after surgery in 1 in 5 cases in two cities studied. U.S. News & World Report
- Janz NK, Hawley ST, Mujahid MS, Griggs JJ, Alderman AK, Graff JJ, Jagsi R, Katz SJ. Correlates of Worry about Recurrence in a Multi-Ethnic Population-Based Sample of Women with Breast Cancer. Cancer; 2011;(9)1827-1836.
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- 'Practice-Changing' Cancer Study Shows Lymph Node Surgery May Be Unnecessary. PBS NEWSHOUR
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- HealthFirst: Breast cancer reconstruction surgery abc12 news
- CanSORT team member, Christina Jagielski was named by the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network "Education and Outreach Coordinator of the Year"
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- More Women Urged to Get Radiation After Mastectomy: Potentially lifesaving treatment is underused, study finds HealthyDay News
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- Katz SK, Hawley ST Exploring the Reasons Women Choose Mastectomies NCI Cancer Bulletin
- Janz NK, Mujahid MS, Hawley ST, Griggs JJ, Alderman AK, Hamilton AS, Graff JJ, Katz SJ Racial/Ethnic Differences in Quality of Life and Fear of Recurrence after Diagnosis of Breast Cancer.Journal of Cancer Survivorship 2009;3(4):212-222
- Katz SK, Griggs JJ Breast cancer patients advised to consider options CNN health
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How one physician uses group sessions to educate patients Inside View
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- Hawley ST, Hamilton AS, Graff JJ, Janz NK, Griggs JJ, Morrow M, Jagsi R, Salem B, Katz SJ. Decision Involvement and Receipt of Mastectomy among Racially and Ethnically Diverse Breast Cancer Patients. Journal of National Cancer Institute 2009;101:1-11
- Breast Cancer: Women Often Choose Mastectomy. Surgeon, Family Opinions Affect Patients' Decisions Web MD
- U of M Study: Friends & Family Influence Breast Treatment Decisions Michigan Radio
- Breast Cancer Patients Look to Their Supporters for Surgery Decisions Oncology Nursing News
- Family, Friends Influence Breast Cancer Decisions. Patients' supporters often play role in treatment discussions, study finds HealthDay
- Jagsi R, U-M doctor chosen for innovative training program in cancer research UMHS News
- Jagsi R, Abrahamse P, Morrow M, Griggs JJ, Schwartz K, Katz SJ. Post-mastectomy radiotherapy for breast cancer. Cancer 2009;115(6) 1185-1193
- 19% of women don't receive recommended radiation after mastectomy UMHS News
- Hawley ST, Hamilton A, Janz NK, Griggs JJ, Alderman AK, Mujahid M, Katz SJ. Latina patient perspectives about informed treatment decision making for breast cancer. Patient Education & Counseling 2008;73(2):363-370.
- Study: Treatment Satisfaction Tied to Language & Culture: Spanish-Speaking Latinas Express More Regret Over Breast-Cancer Surgery than Women of Other Ethnicities Do Oncology Times
- Alderman AK, Hawley ST, Waljee J, Mujahid M, Morrow M, Katz SJ. Understanding the impact of breast reconstruction on the surgical decision-making process for breast cancer. Cancer 2008;112(3): 489-494.
- Hawley ST, Fagerlin A, Janz NK, Katz SJ. Racial/ethnic disparities in knowledge about risks & benefits of breast cancer treatment: does It matter where you go? Health Services Research, April 1, 2008
- Minorities less likely to know about breast cancer options UMHS News
- Hawley ST, Hamilton A, Janz NK, Griggs JJ, Aldeman AK, Mujahid M, Katz SJ. Latina patient perspectives about informed treatment decision making for breast cancer. Patient Education & Counseling 2008, 73(2): 363-370
- Latinas more likely to regret breast cancer treatment decisions UMHS News