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Breast Cancer Screening, Incidence, and Mortality Across US Counties

This cancer epidemiology study uses SEER database data to examine associations between rates of mammography screening and breast cancer incidence, mortality, and tumor size.
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Original Investigation | June 29, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Antibiotic Use in Nursing Homes

This epidemiology study investigates associations between antibiotic use in nursing homes and antibiotic-related harms in nursing home residents, including those who have not directly been given the drugs.
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Original Investigation | June 22, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Association Between Surrogate End Points and Survival in Oncology

This systematic review summarizes the available published evidence on associations between patient survival and surrogate end points used in medical oncology trials.
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Original Investigation | June 15, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Diagnostic Accuracy of New Screening Instrument for Drug Use

This study describes the development and validation of a screening instrument for drug use disorders and negative consequences of drug use for use in primary care clinics.
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Original Investigation | June 8, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Statin Therapy and Risk of Acute Memory Impairment

This pharmacoepidemiologic study uses a UK primary care medical record database to assess whether statin users show acute decline in memory compared with nonusers and users of nonstatin lipid-lowering drugs.

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