Late Breaking News
Archive for January 10th 2012
Clinicians are not adhering to imaging guidelines for men with incident prostate cancer, a recent study concluded.1
WASHINGTON — VA has expanded traumatic injury benefits to include servicemembers who suffered injuries in the genitourinary organs during their service. These servicemembers will now be eligible for Servicemember Group Life Insurance Traumatic Injury Protection (TSGLI).
NIH researchers are enrolling multiple generations of patients in a landmark study designed to identify the early warning signs of heart disease among African-Americans. The new feasibility study will enroll children and grandchildren of African-American adults participating in the ongoing Jackson Heart Study in Jackson, MS.
WASHINGTON — When Brig. Gen. W. Bryan Gamble took his first assignment at Bassett Army Community Hospital as a general surgeon in 1987, little did he suspect that nearly 25 years later he would be helping to coordinate healthcare for 9.6 million uniformed servicemembers, retirees and their families worldwide.
James G. Smirniotopoulos, MD, recently was honored as “Outstanding Educator” by the Radiological Society of North America (USUHS).
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