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In 1997, he was appointed to the National Cancer Policy Board, and in 1999, he was appointed by Senator Dianne Feinstein to co-chair the National Cancer Legislation Advisory Board.
This publication results from a workshop convened by the Institute of Medicine's National Cancer Policy Board in which five different research teams compared their chosen (CEA) models--the Harvard, Ladabaum, Miscan, Vanderbilt, and Vijan models--with the intention being to provide insights into the different structures and assumptions of the models and differences in analysis resulting from the models.
Hewitt of the Institute of Medicine's National Cancer Policy Board, Washington, and Dr.
One of the puzzlers between volume and outcome is that the number of procedures that constitute `high volume' varies tremendously from procedure to procedure," says National Cancer Policy Board member Diana Petitti of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program in Pasadena, Calif.
He is a former member of the National Cancer Policy Board at the Institute of Medicine and is past chairman of the board of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network.
Young is Chairman of the Board of Scientific Advisors of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and formerly served on the National Cancer Policy Board at the Institute of Medicine.
He recently served on the National Cancer Institute Board of Scientific Advisors, the AACR Board of Trustees, and the Institute of Medicine National Cancer Policy Board.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Science Board, the Advisory Committee to the Director of the National Institutes of Health and The National Cancer Policy Board of the Institute of Medicine.