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Participate in Annual Scientific Conference in Pakistan Released: 12/10/2013 10:50 AM EST Source Newsroom: Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise December 10, 2013 Neptune, NJ M. Jersey Shore University Medical Center
November 10, 2013 Leonard Herzenberg was in his lab at Stanford University one day in the early 1960s laboriously counting cells under a microscope...There's got to be some kind of machine that can do this, he remembered muttering. Stanford
February 15, 2013 La Peer Health Systems is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new website, OrbitalMD.com, for a sub-division of the Beverly Hills surgery center devoted to
February 13, 2013 According to new research, women aged 25-50 are at the highest risk for the development of thyroid
January issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons ...I think it's really evident now that many patients we are seeing are very early stage, that the sentinel node procedure is picking up very small volumes of disease when the tumor has
Los Angeles Awards in the Ears, Nose and Throat Physicians category by the Los Angeles Awards Program committee. The Los Angeles Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the Los Angeles area, which have achieved exceptional
December 28, 2012 According to a recent study published in The Laryngoscope
Iowa Methodist Medical Center's Trauma Center at has been verified as a Level I Adult Trauma Center by the Verification Review Committee, an ad hoc committee of the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons...In addition, Blank Children'
Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description General, vascular, and trauma surgeon A. San Diego, CA, was installed as ACS President during Convocation ceremonies that preceded the opening of the 2012 Annual Clinical Congress.
Among physicians and hospital administrators, the phrase pay for performance, or P4P, is often heard as the government and health insurers increasingly try to tie reimbursement for services to how well doctors and hospitals control their costs.