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The Leader-Herald
Gene Robert KingCemetery, Northville. In lieu of flowers, the family asks memorial donations b
Gene Robert King
The Leader-Herald / Posted yesterday
Cemetery, Northville. In lieu of flowers, the family asks memorial donations be made in Gene's memory to the University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Cardiology, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14642. Arrangements have been... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Forget about saving a life by plunging a pen through the neckjust because they read it or see it in the media, said Dr. Michael Kamali, chai
Forget about saving a life by plunging a pen through the neck
Eye Witness News / Posted 2 days ago
just because they read it or see it in the media, said Dr. Michael Kamali, chair of emergency medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. “We haven’t had anyone come into our department who tried to do this with a ballpoint... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Forget about saving a life by plunging a pen through the neckjust because they read it or see it in the media, said Dr. Michael Kamali, chai
Forget about saving a life by plunging a pen through the neck
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
just because they read it or see it in the media, said Dr. Michael Kamali, chair of emergency medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. "We haven’t had anyone come into our department who tried to do this with a ballpoint... Read more
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Fairport - East Rochester Post
Experts to discuss Zika virus, threat to USlike microcephaly, hearing loss and blindness.Kallas, who trained with infectio
Experts to discuss Zika virus, threat to US
Fairport - East Rochester Post / Posted 5 days ago
like microcephaly, hearing loss and blindness.Kallas, who trained with infectious disease experts at the University of Rochester Medical Center from 1996 to 1998, has watched the outbreak unfold in Brazil. He treats patients exposed to the... Read more
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FOX News
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalizationnot sure that it needs to happen in all stroke patients in my opinion," said Dr
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalization
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
not sure that it needs to happen in all stroke patients in my opinion," said Dr. Adam G. Kelly of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, who was also not part of the study. "But there are certain populations (older adults,... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalizationnot sure that it needs to happen in all stroke patients in my opinion,” said Dr
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalization
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
not sure that it needs to happen in all stroke patients in my opinion,” said Dr. Adam G. Kelly of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, who was also not part of the study. “But there are certain populations (older adults,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalizationnot sure that it needs to happen in all stroke patients in my opinion,” said Dr
Patient preferences not often asked after stroke hospitalization
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 days ago
not sure that it needs to happen in all stroke patients in my opinion,” said Dr. Adam G. Kelly of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, who was also not part of the study. “But there are certain populations (older adults,... Read more
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FOX News
Antibiotics in infancy may be linked to childhood obesity, study saysfor many things,” said Dr. Stephen Cook, an associate professor of pediatrics a
Antibiotics in infancy may be linked to childhood obesity, study says
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
for many things,” said Dr. Stephen Cook, an associate professor of pediatrics and community health at the University of Rochester Medical Center. “This is a recent cohort, it’s large and worth noticing,” he told Reuters Health by phone. He... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Flu Vaccines Might be Aiming at the Wrong Target, Study Showsand reduced disease," they wrote. The findings don't surprise flu vaccine expe
Flu Vaccines Might be Aiming at the Wrong Target, Study Shows
KWWL Iowa / Posted 11 days ago
and reduced disease," they wrote. The findings don't surprise flu vaccine expert Dr. John Treanor of the University of Rochester Medical Center. He says different parts of the flu virus mutate at different rates. "Neuraminidase doesn't seem... Read more
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KCEN-TV
New Study Shows Flu Vaccines Might be Aiming at the Wrong Targetand reduced disease," they wrote. The findings don't surprise flu vaccine expe
New Study Shows Flu Vaccines Might be Aiming at the Wrong Target
KCEN-TV / Posted 11 days ago
and reduced disease," they wrote. The findings don't surprise flu vaccine expert Dr. John Treanor of the University of Rochester Medical Center. He says different parts of the flu virus mutate at different rates. "Neuraminidase doesn't seem... Read more
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NBC News
Could Flu Vaccines be Aiming at the Wrong Target?and reduced disease," they wrote. The findings don't surprise flu vaccine expe
Could Flu Vaccines be Aiming at the Wrong Target?
NBC News / Posted 12 days ago
and reduced disease," they wrote. The findings don't surprise flu vaccine expert Dr. John Treanor of the University of Rochester Medical Center. He says different parts of the flu virus mutate at different rates. "Neuraminidase doesn't seem... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
The importance of hearing protection on job siteshearing, and one-time exposures that are extremely loud can cause permanent hea
The importance of hearing protection on job sites
Daily Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
hearing, and one-time exposures that are extremely loud can cause permanent hearing damage, according to the University of Rochester Medical Center.� That’s why the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that employers... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Cancer patient Ed Foster: 'I feel fabulous'physician-turned-patient experienced myriad physical and emotional challenges w
Cancer patient Ed Foster: 'I feel fabulous'
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
physician-turned-patient experienced myriad physical and emotional challenges while spending a month at the University of Rochester Medical Center and partnering facilities. So after all he had been through, how was he feeling? “I feel... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
‘Honeycomb’ Of Nanotubes Could Boost Genetic Engineeringin a study published today in the journal Small, is the product of a collaborat
‘Honeycomb’ Of Nanotubes Could Boost Genetic Engineering
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 25 days ago
in a study published today in the journal Small, is the product of a collaboration between researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). “This platform holds the potential to make... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers develop innovative method for gene transferin a study published today in the journal Small, is the product of a collaborat
Researchers develop innovative method for gene transfer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
in a study published today in the journal Small, is the product of a collaboration between researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). "This platform holds the potential to make... Read more
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PhysOrg
'Honeycomb' of nanotubes could boost genetic engineeringin a study published today in the journal Small, is the product of a collaborat
'Honeycomb' of nanotubes could boost genetic engineering
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
in a study published today in the journal Small, is the product of a collaboration between researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) and the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). "This platform holds the potential to make... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Cancer patient Ed Foster recovering wellcare at Strong Memorial Hospital. But after recovering sufficiently, he was di
Cancer patient Ed Foster recovering well
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 26 days ago
care at Strong Memorial Hospital. But after recovering sufficiently, he was discharged Saturday from University of Rochester Medical Center. He is spending a short period of time in a residential setting to be near his doctors as a... Read more
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ABC News
1 Killed, 13 Hurt in Car-Van Collision in Western New Yorkvehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The van's driver and 12 tourist
1 Killed, 13 Hurt in Car-Van Collision in Western New York
ABC News / Posted 27 days ago
vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The van's driver and 12 tourists from China were taken to the University of Rochester Medical Center. Officials say injured are adults ranging in age from 49 to 71. Four were released and nine remain... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
1 killed, 13 hurt in car-van collision in western New Yorkvehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The van's driver and 12 tourist
1 killed, 13 hurt in car-van collision in western New York
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 27 days ago
vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The van's driver and 12 tourists from China were taken to the University of Rochester Medical Center. Officials say injured are adults ranging in age from 49 to 71. Four were released and nine remain... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Nunda woman killed, 13 hurt in Livingston MVAin guarded condition and three others were in satisfactory condition, according
Nunda woman killed, 13 hurt in Livingston MVA
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 27 days ago
in guarded condition and three others were in satisfactory condition, according to a statement from the University of Rochester Medical Center at 3:50 p.m. One patient was treated and released and 8 others were still undervaluation in the... Read more
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Medical News Today
Apple's new CareKit will help patients monitor medical conditionsof the research using the CareKit modules. Dr. Ray Dorsey, David M. Levy profe
Apple's new CareKit will help patients monitor medical conditions
Medical News Today / Posted 28 days ago
of the research using the CareKit modules. Dr. Ray Dorsey, David M. Levy professor of neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center, comments: "With ResearchKit, we quickly realized the power of mobile apps for running inexpensive,... Read more

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