Monthly Archives: November 2010

VIDEO: Lung Cancer, Chemotherapy and Surviving Well

In this video, Dr. Alan Feiner explains the different types of lung cancer, risk factors and diagnosis and treatment options. Our Surviving Well Calendar Patient for November is Sharon McIntyre. In this video, her oncologist, Dr. Alan Feiner, talks about how … Continue reading

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November is American Diabetes Month

The statistics for diabetes are staggering. Over 246 million people worldwide have diabetes. In the U.S. 1 out of 14 adults or children have diabetes. What is diabetes? Glucose (which is a sugar) is one of the main sources of our … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New Rose Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

After months of construction (you can watch a video chronicling it here) the new Neonatal Intense Care Unit is open for patients. There were three guiding principles that defined our goal for the NICU. The mission of the Rose Medical … Continue reading

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Meet the Newest Rose Baby

After a lot of careful planning, research, and nurture, the newest Rose Baby is about to arrive! No, we’re not talking about the moms who are here at the hospital giving birth. We’re talking about our brand-new, state-of-the-art, neonatal intensive … Continue reading

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It’s time to celebrate! (Without adding on extra pounds)

The holiday season can be a time to celebrate, and with Thanksgiving dinner, holiday parties and Christmas festivities, that celebration usually involves a lot of food. However, by the time January 1st rolls around, you may be regretting all that … Continue reading

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Varicose vein treatment get patients back on their feet in no time

Varicose veins are veins that have become abnormal and enlarged. This usually occurs in the legs and feet, and can be quite painful. Varicose veins can occur when the valves in the veins don’t close properly, making blood pool in your legs, causing pressue and … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Sharon, Lung Cancer Survivor

Sharon McIntyre has always enjoyed anything to do with the arts, and it was her love of music, theater, writing and gardening that helped her through her diagnosis of Stage 3 lung cancer in 2005. Sharon hadn’t been feeling well … Continue reading

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