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What is Evidence-Based Medicine?

Evidence-based medicine is a context by which a clinician can determine the most effective course of treatment for each patient. It combines: (1) the best research-based evidence available for their patient’s medical concerns, (2) the patient’s values and preferences surrounding their care, and (3) the clinician’s own expertise and experience.

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Patient Story: Amy Eskoff Garret

According to Amy, family, friends, colleagues, doctors and people she didn’t even know played a huge role throughout her journey. And, while she says “luck” isn’t a word often spoken in the same sentence with cancer, her good luck started with a dear friend.

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