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Posted by tbg | 27 12 2005

We recently won a new client which is cause for celebration in and of itself. Later, we learned the client had interviewed several other firms but we were the only...

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Posted by tbg | 23 12 2005

Thanks to Lehrer's Flowers for its holiday bouquet campaign supporting Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers Foundation! The promotional campaign was featured on 7News on Friday December 23 during the 11 a.m....

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Posted by tbg | 12 11 2005

When the world's leading hair transplant specialist, Dr. Jim Harris, agreed to participate in a documentary about combovers, he never imagined it would be a hair-raising experience. Read about the...

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Posted by tbg | 11 11 2005

When 1,500 vulnerable Colorado children received a last minute extension of their Medicaid plans, Rocky Mountain News came to Peg Long, CAFCA executive director for a statement. Read More

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Posted by tbg | 24 10 2005

News4 came to Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers' physician Dev Paul after three studies revealed a stunning drop in the risk of relapse for early-stage breast cancer following the use of...

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Posted by tbg | 20 10 2005

By Yvette Rebik, For the Camera In today's culture, receiving a handwritten letter from a family member seems unique or maybe even strange. E-mails and telephone calls have quickly replaced...

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Posted by tbg | 09 10 2005

Colorado's independent pharmacies face daily battles with pharmacy benefit managers over prescription drug coverage and prices. Mark Kinney, executive director of Rx Plus, gave his thoughts on an FTC pharmacy...

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Posted by tbg | 25 09 2005

New developments linking genetic components to cancer incidence continue to fascinate physicians and the general public. On Sunday, September 25, Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers' genetic counselor, Lisa Mullineaux, gave her...

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Posted by tbg | 14 09 2005

Oncotype DX Genomic Assay is a sophisticated genetic test that allows oncologists to predict the likelihood of early-stage breast cancer recurrence within 10 years. Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers' physician Dev...

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