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Red Blood CellsBlood cells that carry oxygen throughout the body. It is one of the cells that is reviewed as part of a complete blood count (CBC) test.41

ReferralA recommendation from a healthcare provider that you should be examined or treated by another provider.1

ReimbursementThe amount that your health insurance company pays back to you or your doctor for approved medical expenses.25

ResponseHow cancer reacts to treatment. If some but not all of the cancer has disappeared, it is a partial response. If there are no remaining clinical signs of cancer (which can be monitored by your doctor through imaging tests such as computerized tomography [CT] scan, magnetic resonance imaging [MRI], or positron emission tomography [PET] scan), it is considered a complete response, although cancer still may be in the body.42,43

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