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Recent FDA approval expanded eligibility for the minimally invasive procedure that replaces narrowed aortic valves.
On September 21, this year's walk will focus on increase awareness about the warning signs of a brain aneurysm.
The money raised will support Huntington's nationally ranked orthopaedic unit, as well as investments in specialized equipment for advanced surgical oncology.
Twenty Northwell Health emergency nurses have been certified as sexual assault nurse examiners, becoming the first class to graduate from the Hofstra Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies SANE program. 
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Teo Mendez, MD, is on Fox 5 discussing how flavonoids in marijuana may help treat pancreatic cancer.
Teo Mendez, MD, discusses a new study with Fox 5 that found stroke and dementia incidence rose three times for those drinking diet soda.
Various media coverage about Michael Dowling's call for health care CEOs to take action against gun violence.
Media coverage highlighting the 20 Northwell emergency nurses who were certified as sexual assault nurse examiners. 
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Ram Raju, MD: Recent legislation is a step in the right direction, but the government will need to jump head in to improve the health of underserved communities.
Michael Dowling: Gun violence is a public health crisis and health care CEOs need to take action to help end these senseless acts.
Matthew Weiss, MD, talks cancer genetics, colorectal cancer data and more in this episode of Health Story.
Not pursuing treatment can seem unacceptable to some who are diagnosed. Louis Potters, MD, shows why it could be your best option if your disease isn’t progressing.
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Dr. Joseph Brofsky’s recovery from a freak accident in the Dominican Republic has provided a new attitude and quality time with his new grandson.
Driven by patriotism, Omar Bholat, MD, has been a critical resource to several mass casualty events during his time in the US Army.
A stroke altered Simon Burke's life. Now the SIUH employee is picking it back up with the hospital's help
A basketball referee appreciated that a doctor was nearby when he had a heart attack. But anyone can help increase the odds of survival in the case of a heart attack.
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