Glossary of Terms
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Red Blood Cells – Blood 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
Referral – A recommendation from a healthcare provider that you should be examined or treated by another provider.1
Reimbursement – The amount that your health insurance company pays back to you or your doctor for approved medical expenses.25
Response – How cancer reacts to treatment. If some but not all of the cancer has disappeared, it is a partial response or remission. If there are no remaining clinical signs (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) of cancer, it is considered a complete remission, although cancer still may be in the body.42,43
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