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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Michele T. Cerino, retired vascular surgeon, diesthe New York University School of Medicine. In 1959, he was appointed chief re
Dr. Michele T. Cerino, retired vascular surgeon, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
the New York University School of Medicine. In 1959, he was appointed chief resident in general surgery at what is now the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Cerino completed his residency in 1960 and 1961 in thoracic and vascular surgery,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Shortage of penicillin threatens treatment for those with syphilisaffecting some of Maryland's local health departments, hospital systems, commun
Shortage of penicillin threatens treatment for those with syphilis
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
affecting some of Maryland's local health departments, hospital systems, community practitioners and pharmacies. The University of Maryland Medical Center also is restricting use to pregnant women with syphilis. "For the time being, we are... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore preemie parents help one another through the stress of the NICUand her fiance spent six months by Alex's side in the neonatal intensive care u
Baltimore preemie parents help one another through the stress of the NICU
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
and her fiance spent six months by Alex's side in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Sinai and then the University of Maryland Medical Center, hoping he would recover from surgery to repair a heart defect and eventually grow to... Read more
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MedCity News
Theranos may be drowning, but it's hiring for a planned expansionto improve patient monitoring for more than 1 million people a year. — Business
Theranos may be drowning, but it's hiring for a planned expansion
MedCity News / Posted 9 days ago
to improve patient monitoring for more than 1 million people a year. — Business Wire Dr. Mohan Suntha will become CEO of University of Maryland Medical Center in September. — Baltimore Business Journal An internist wonders why a “complete”... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
'Good' cholesterol alone won't lower risk of heart disease, study findsprofessor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Maryland School of Me
'Good' cholesterol alone won't lower risk of heart disease, study finds
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and preventive cardiologist at the University of Maryland Medical Center. “There’s no question that HDL does have a protective role, as we also confirm in the... Read more
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The Daily Record
New leadership at two UM hospitalsfor two of its hospitals in downtown Baltimore and Towson Thursday. Dr. Mohan S
New leadership at two UM hospitals
The Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
for two of its hospitals in downtown Baltimore and Towson Thursday. Dr. Mohan Suntha will become president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center on Sept. 1, while Dr. Thomas Smyth will take over Suntha's current position as... Read more
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The Daily Record
New leadership at two UM hospitalsfor two of its hospitals in downtown Baltimore and Towson Thursday. Dr. Mohan S
New leadership at two UM hospitals
The Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
for two of its hospitals in downtown Baltimore and Towson Thursday. Dr. Mohan Suntha will become president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center on Sept. 1, while Dr. Thomas Smyth will take over Suntha's current position as... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Mohan Suntha named to lead University of Maryland Medical CenterUniversity of Maryland Medical System announced Thursday that Suntha would repl
Dr. Mohan Suntha named to lead University of Maryland Medical Center
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
University of Maryland Medical System announced Thursday that Suntha would replace Jeff Rivest as president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center effective Sept. 1. He has been president and CEO of St. Joseph since UMMS acquired the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
'Good' cholesterol alone won't lower risk of heart disease, study findsprofessor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Maryland School of Me
'Good' cholesterol alone won't lower risk of heart disease, study finds
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
professor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and preventive cardiologist at the University of Maryland Medical Center. “There’s no question that HDL does have a protective role, as we also confirm in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
BMC to offer gender reassignment surgerychanging as insurance coverage expands and public acceptance of transgender peo
BMC to offer gender reassignment surgery
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
changing as insurance coverage expands and public acceptance of transgender people grows. Surgeons in a new program at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore are completing one to two such operations a week, and a longstanding... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Injured firefighter undergoes the world's most extensive face transplantwent out. Talking or eating was excruciating. A friend at Hardison's church he
Injured firefighter undergoes the world's most extensive face transplant
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
went out. Talking or eating was excruciating. A friend at Hardison's church heard about the work Rodriguez had done at the University of Maryland Medical Center for another man whose face had been damaged and contacted the surgeon on his behalf.... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Driscoll plans birthday party for formerly conjoined twinsand Scarlett were sobering heading into surgery. Conjoined twins occur once in
Driscoll plans birthday party for formerly conjoined twins
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 15 days ago
and Scarlett were sobering heading into surgery. Conjoined twins occur once in every 200,000 births, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Forty percent to 60 percent of conjoined twins arrive stillborn, and about 35 percent... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Formerly conjoined twins released from Texas hospitalinvolving conjoined twins is about 1 in 50 million. Conjoined twins occur once
Formerly conjoined twins released from Texas hospital
The Record Searchlight / Posted 16 days ago
involving conjoined twins is about 1 in 50 million. Conjoined twins occur once in every 200,000 births, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Forty to 60 percent of conjoined twins arrive stillborn, and about 35 percent survive... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Formerly conjoined twins released from hospital Wednesdayinvolving conjoined twins is about 1 in 50 million. Conjoined twins occur once
Formerly conjoined twins released from hospital Wednesday
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 16 days ago
involving conjoined twins is about 1 in 50 million. Conjoined twins occur once in every 200,000 births, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Forty to 60 percent of conjoined twins arrive stillborn, and about 35 percent survive... Read more
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Baltimore Orioles
Play Ball Weekend highlights Orioles seven-game homestandwho bravely fought cancer for over a year before passing away in 2007 at age 29
Play Ball Weekend highlights Orioles seven-game homestand
Baltimore Orioles / Posted 17 days ago
who bravely fought cancer for over a year before passing away in 2007 at age 29. Shannon's Fund is administered by the University of Maryland Medical Center with the funds donated to patients and their family members as need arises to assist... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Experimental vaccine protects healthy U.S. adults from malaria infection for more than one yearultimately eradicate malaria." The Phase 1 trial took place at the NIH Clinica
Experimental vaccine protects healthy U.S. adults from malaria infection for more than one year
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
ultimately eradicate malaria." The Phase 1 trial took place at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and at the University of Maryland Medical Center and enrolled 101 healthy adults aged 18 to 45 years who had never had malaria. Of these... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Are We In The Midst Of An Anxiety Epidemic?should avoid sugar, caffeine and alcohol, all of which can make a person more j
Are We In The Midst Of An Anxiety Epidemic?
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 25 days ago
should avoid sugar, caffeine and alcohol, all of which can make a person more jittery. Even a bit of humour can help. The University of Maryland Medical Center prepared this chart showing the various treatment options: It’s also worth noting that... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Pediatric researchers suggest potential dangers for children from cellphone exposurenot panic over the research, said Dr. Stephen J. Thompson, medical director of
Pediatric researchers suggest potential dangers for children from cellphone exposure
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 25 days ago
not panic over the research, said Dr. Stephen J. Thompson, medical director of the division of pediatric neurology at the University of Maryland Medical Center. But, he said, it also shouldn't be dismissed. "These are good studies being done by... Read more

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