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Dr. Elizabeth Jaffee Honored With AACR-Joseph Burchenal Award for Clinical Cancer Research
American Association for Cancer Research

Three World-Class Spinal Surgeons Join NewYork-Presbyterian

The surgeons will establish a state-of-the-art comprehensive spinal surgery hospital in northern Manhattan Three leading spinal surgeons are joining NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, effective July 1. Drs. Larry Lenke, Daniel Riew and Ronald Lehman ... PRWeb, 5 days ago
Yahoo! News

Craig Spencer, 'Ebola Doctor,' Says He Was Unfairly Cast As 'A Fraud, A Hipster, And A Hero'

Dr. Craig Spencer leaving New York City's Bellevue Hospital after recovering from Ebola. Spencer has spoken frankly about his ordeal, sharing his disappointment with the media and politicians. (Photo: Corbis/Richard Drew) Craig Spencer, MD, a ...
 Yahoo! News1 month ago AG Schneiderman probe shakes up NYC Dominican Day Parade  City & State1 week ago Ebola patient Craig Spencer didn't ask for his 15 minutes of judgement-ridden fame  MedCity News1 month ago Man who survived Ebola says he was portrayed unfairly  Times Live South Africa1 month ago

NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence names orthopedics director

NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville appointed Dr. William Macaulay as director of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. Macaulay, of Bronxville, will oversee care at the Joint Replacement Center at ...
 Fairfield Business Journal2 weeks ago Robotic Surgery Expert Joins NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College  PRWeb3 weeks ago

Katie Couric and the Entertainment Industry Foundation launch...

Katie Couric, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and its Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health, and the Entertainment Industry Foundation's National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance want you to make that call to your doctor for colon cancer ...
 San Francisco Chronicle2 weeks ago Dr. Michael Nochomovitz to Lead Clinical Integration and Network Development for the NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System  PRWeb4 weeks ago
Epoch Times

Should It Be a Felony for Doctors and Hospitals to Film Patients Without Prior Consent?

(Photo: bikeriderlondon/Shutterstock) Newly proposed legislation would make it a felony in New York to film patients receiving medical treatment without prior consent. State Assemblyman Ed Braunstein, a Queens Democrat, filed the bill last ...
 Pacific Standard2 weeks ago New York Legislation Would Make It a Felony to Film Patients Without Prior Consent  Epoch Times2 weeks ago NY bill takes patient privacy to the next level after reality TV show flak  Fierce Healthcare2 weeks ago NY Bill Would Make It a Felony to Film Patients Without Prior Consent  HealthNewsDigest.com4 weeks ago

NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division Certified as Green Business

NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division is the first hospital to earn green business certification through Westchester Green Business-Certified (WGB-Certified), a program launched by Westchester County and The Business Council of Westchester in ...
 Hospital Newspaper3 weeks ago

TV anchor dies on assignment

Sudden death ... Lisa Colagrossi suffered a fatal aneurysm while on assignment in New York. Picture: Twitter Source: Supplied LISA Colagrossi, a highly respected morning anchor and reporter for New York's WABC/Channel 7, has died after suffering a ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail1 week ago Lisa Colagrossi: TV Reporter Dies After Suffering Brain Aneurysm While On Assignment  Mail.com1 week ago Lisa Colagrossi, WABC-TV Reporter, Dies of Brain Hemorrhage at 49  Variety1 week ago Brain aneurysm kills NYC TV reporter while on assignment  FOXNews.com1 week ago

The Washington Post: Can one pastor bridge deep divides between evangelicals and mainline Protestants?

NEW YORK — Amy Butler could be America's pastor closest to heaven. Her new office in Riverside Church's steeple — the tallest in the country — towers within Manhattan's skyline. Butmore than six months since she was installed as senior ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
Huffington Post

Aspirin's Anti-Cancer Benefits Can Backfire For People With A Certain Genetic Makeup

NEW YORK, March 17 ( ) - Although numerous studies have shown that regular use of aspirin or related drugs can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer by about 30 percent, scientists have found an important exception: The medicines can actually ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

Ebola Nurse Nina Pham Sues Hospital Over Fraud, Privacy, Negligence

The first person in the United States to contract Ebola has where she was working when she contracted the disease. Nina Pham was working as a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas last fall, when she and a coworker contracted the ...
 Findlaw Corporate Counsel4 weeks ago Ebola Nurse Sues Texas Hospital Where She Contracted Virus Treating a Patient  Slate Magazine4 weeks ago Nurse who contracted Ebola in the U.S. sues her hospital employer: NYT  Focus Bulgaria4 weeks ago Nina Pham Plans to Sue Hospital for Negligence  ABC News4 weeks ago
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