Ed Rabinowitz


Rx for Protection Rather Than For Cure

July 17th 2016

Physicians tend to agree that the practice of defensive medicine is widespread, especially in oncology where much more is at stake than in the general practitioner's office. However, things can go drastically wrong.

Are You Thinking About Starting a Medical Practice?

September 14th 2011

With the right game plan, you can open your own lucrative practice in an area previously thought to be unprofitable.

Planning and Execution Are the Keys in Salary Negotiation

July 12th 2011

Whether you are negotiating an $80K or $580K salary, the strategies for success are the same.

Simple Communication Can Help Prevent Costly Malpractice Suits

June 24th 2011

Each year the healthcare industry weathers a heavy financial burden: the cost of medical malpractice claims.

Miles for Hope: Cancer Survivor Works to Raise Awareness and Funding for Brain Tumor Research

March 15th 2011

Bob Gibbs knows the importance of cancer research and the life-saving therapies it creates. The 40-year-old husband and father of 4 would not be alive today without these new discoveries and innovations.

Breast Cancer Survivor Noreen Fraser Turns Anger into Action

March 10th 2011

Noreen Fraser clearly recalls the day in 2003 when her doctor informed her that the breast cancer she had been diagnosed with 2 years earlier had metastasized to her bones

How to Choose the Best Credit/Rewards Card for You

March 9th 2011

Like most Americans, you've probably noticed a significant increase in the amount of credit card and rewards card offers you've received lately.

The 40-Year War

March 8th 2011

It was 40 years ago in January that Richard Nixon, still grappling with the Vietnam War and not yet overwhelmed by scandal, stood before Congress to deliver the State of the Union address and declared a bold new goal for the nation.

Making Their Own Way

March 8th 2011

When Patricia Hardenbergh, MD, left the academic environment of Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina to become director of radiation oncology in a mountain town in Colorado about 10 years ago, it was more than simply an 1800-mile change of scenery.

Cancer in the Workplace

March 2nd 2011

As the number of cancer survivors grows, the disease has emerged as a greater concern for companies anxious to meet the needs of employees and their families while still operating their businesses in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Yale Cancer Center: Innovation Abounds in New Facilities

March 2nd 2011

In 1974 the National Cancer Institute designated Yale Cancer Center as one of the country's inaugural comprehensive cancer centers.

Provenge Takes Personalized Care to a New Level

June 12th 2010

Provenge becomes the first immunotherapy vaccine against cancer to win FDA approval

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center: A Venerable Institution That Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

June 3rd 2010

Founded in 1884, the New York City institute known today as Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) is the world's oldest and largest private cancer center.

Merck, ARIAD Restructure Ridaforolimus Collaboration

June 3rd 2010

Merck and ARIAD Pharmaceuticals have announced the restructuring of their collaboration on the effort to bring ridaforolimus�ARIAD�s investigational mTOR inhibitor�to market. The companies, which first entered into the collaboration almost 3 years ago, have been working together to develop the agent in multiple potential cancer indications.

Collaborative Effort to Address the Needs of Cancer Survivors

May 5th 2010

"In most cancer centers, and in good community practices, we do a pretty good job at the time of diagnosis informing a patient and their family what the diagnosis is, and what they'll need to do to get through treatment," Ganz says. "But patients often have no idea what to expect once they've finished their cancer treatment, and neither do the primary care providers on their t

Online Communication Tool Improves Physician-Patient Communication

May 5th 2010

Ovarian Cancer Screening Focuses on Improving Early Detection

May 5th 2010

The Ovarian Cancer National Alliance states that approximately 20,000 American women receive an ovarian cancer diagnosis annually, with about 15,000 dying of the disease.