Indiana University may close on-campus hospital; Breast cancer patients know little about their condition;

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> Officials will likely close Indiana University's on-campus hospital and move its operations to Methodist Hospital, leaving Indiana University Health with only two remaining facilities, according to the Indianapolis Business JournalArticle

> McLaren Health Care Corp. is moving ahead with its plans to build a short-stay hospital in Oakland County, Michigan, despite significant opposition from business leaders, lawmakers and the courts that forced it to scale back its plans for the "hospital of the future," Crain's Detroit Business reports. Article

> A new study published in the American Cancer Society's Journal, Cancer, indicates that many women who have breast cancer know little about their illness, with non-white patients the least likely to be adequately informed about their diagnosis. Study

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> The American Society of Clinical Oncology is creating a tool that will allow it to cull patient data from millions of electronic health records in an effort to improve cancer care, according to an announcement. Article

> President Barack Obama's cybersecurity plan, announced during his State of the Union Address on Tuesday, is a good step forward but still has its flaws, David M. Upton, professor at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, writes at Harvard Business Review. Article

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