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    Baylor Scott & White researchers present breakthrough findings

    Researchers presented developments in the early detection of gastrointestinal cancers at this year's Digestive Disease Week® (DDW).

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    NSAIDs may increase risk of acute myocardial infarction

    A recent study, published in The BMJ, found risk increased with higher doses.

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    A yearly blood test could detect pancreatic cancer

    Baylor Scott & White Research Institute launches pilot project to look for biomarkers.

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Why Baylor Scott & White Health

We’ve created a transformative model for the health care industry that eliminates waste, improves coordination of care and helps us better manage chronic disease.

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As an accredited provider for the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), we offer conferences—both live and online—at locations across our organization and the Southwest.

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Our extensive network of 48 hospitals and more than 900 patient care sites – including specialized centers, institutes and regional clinics – offers your patients a full range of medical expertise.

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Clinical trial for patients with non-inflammatory arthritis

The purpose of this clinical study is to determine the safety and effectiveness of the Birmingham Hip (BH) Modular Hip System in patients with non-inflammatory arthritis.

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Melanoma and skin cancer symposium

This CME opportunity will summarize recent advances in immunotherapeutics, molecularly targeted therapies for malignant melanoma and merkel cell carcinoma.

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Personalized treatment of heart failure with biomarker guidance

This case series suggests that biomarker values as a composite score can be used effectively to measure the severity of heart failure