Monthly Archives: July 2011

Why I chose Rose

by Kristel Acevedo My husband and I were spending our last night in our apartment in North Carolina when we found out I was pregnant. We were heading out the next day to spend the holidays with family in Florida … Continue reading

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Hip and knee replacements help return patients to their active lives

By Hal S. Crane, M.D., Orthopedic Associates On today’s medical stage, the role of hip and knee replacement takes star billing. Never before in the 50-year history of hip and knee replacement have these operations been more widely sought out … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Jan, inflammatory breast cancer

  Jan Boone feels just like every other woman. This is true, except that Jan is battling inflammatory breast cancer, which is not your typical type of cancer. Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) is more difficult to diagnose, because a person … Continue reading

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What is da Vinci robotic surgery?

Imagine going in for surgery, and knowing that you will be in the hospital for a shorter period of time, that your incision will be smaller and that your overall recovery time will be faster. Thanks to minimally invasive surgeries, … Continue reading

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