Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System
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Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System. A comprehensive interactive computer-based information/support tool that helps patients understand and make decisions about diagnostic and treatment options in dread or debilitating diseases—e.g., breast and prostate cancer, AIDS, menopause and heart disease.
Cornell High-Energy Synchrotron Source. A powerful X-ray device housed in Ithaca, NY, used to analyse crystallised molecules.
Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System,
A computer-based system of integrated services designed to help individuals cope with a health crisis or medical concern. It was developed by a team of decision, information, education, and communication scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s HYPERLINK ”http://chsra.wisc.edu” Center for Health Systems Research and Analysis (CHSRA). CHESS is currently being used by several major health organizations in the U.S. and Canada.