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Thank a Veteran for Your Medical Care

Yesterday for my radio show I had the pleasure and honor of interviewing a doctor who spent 25 years in the Navy, retired in 2005, and now serves a civilian population at University Hospital in Syracuse, NY with the skills he learned and developed while in the Navy. A fitting program for Veteran’s Day 2007, […]

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Posted in: Doctor Communication, Healthcare Quality, Hospitals, Patient Advocacy, Patient Empowerment, Patient Tools, Politics and Medicine

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From the desk of (11/10/07)…

Some miscellany from the week, not requiring blog posts on their own…. Heard this week from a young man in Central New York State where I live. He’s a young adult cancer survivor and has begun a social network for other young adult cancer survivors, ages 18 to 40: . If you are a […]

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Posted in: Healthcare Quality, Patient Advocacy, Patient Empowerment, Patient Tools, Surgery

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