Mapping of the approximate location of each patient in the intermountain area registered on Health Tree.
Weight distribution of Intermountain patients
Y-axis is the number of patients that each physician sees from the intermountain area, and the x-axis is the name of that physician.
The frequency of the amount of time spent between a successful treatment before having to go on a new one.
Frequency of public, private, or no insurance.
The percentage of treatments that each medication is included in.
The percentage of patients that are in remission or on treatment. Remission includes those that are only on maintenance therapy.
Time from diagnosis for intermountain patients in years.
Percentage of patients that have gotten a SCT, have yet to get a SCT, and that we do not have enough information on.
Genetic risk of patients in the intermountain area where risk is determined by possession high risk mutations.
Percentage of genetic tests that include the following mutations
Patients were asked if they had experienced financial difficulties since being diagnosed.
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