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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: RAND Corporation, The
Litwin, Mark, Steinberg, Michael, Malin, Jennifer
Prostate cancer is the most common solid malignancy diagnosed in American men, and the majority of cases are diagnosed at an early stage of the disease in which the tumor is confined to the prostate. Given the large number of men diagnosed and treated for prostate cancer each year, it is essential to determine how variations in quality of care affect treatment outcomes. RAND conducted a study to develop the structure necessary to begin evaluating the quality of care provided to men with early-stage prostate cancer.Litwin, Mark is the author of 'Prostate Cancer Patient Outcomes and Choice of Providers: Development of an Infrastructure for Quality Assessment', published 2000 under ISBN 9780833028730 and ISBN 0833028731.
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