Recent Print Coverage
* Breast Disease Specialist Gordon Schwartz, MD, explained that there has been an increase in cases of pregnant women with breast cancer and that pregnancy may speed tumor development in the May issue of Redbook (circulation 3,253,746).
* Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior Gregg Gorton, MD, commented on his enjoyment of birdwatching and studying the wildlife that visits the city of Philadelphia yearly in the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 997,587) on May 27.
* Transplant surgeon Gary A. Wilson, MD, explained that kidney-pancreas transplants are becoming more common in treating people with juvenile diabetes in the Salt Lake Tribune (circulation 186,824) on June 12.
* Anthony J. DiMarino Jr., MD, Chief of Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology discussed the causes, prevention, and treatment of colorectal cancer (CRC) in the Philadelphia Forum (circulation 50,000) on June 19.
Recent Radio and Television Coverage
* Director of Adolescent Psychology Gail Edelson, MD, discussed the emotional state of a young teenage mother shortly after giving birth on KYW-TV (Ch. 3) on June 9.
* Director of the Division of General Obstetrics and Gynecology, Thomas Klein, MD, talked about the issue of denial and quick birth regarding the case of the girl who gave birth at a high school prom on KYW Radio (1060 AM) on June 11.
* Fertility Specialist Gregory Fossum, MD, discussed how the PC2000, a new, at-home fertility test, uses saliva, a slide and microscope to indicate to women what time of the month they are most fertile on WTXF-TV (Ch. 29) on June 24, WSVN-TV (Fox in Miami) on June 27 and WPEC-TV (CBS in West Palm Beach) on June 27.
* Barry Goldstein, MD, Director of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases, discussed the advantages and disadvantages of using the diet medication Fen-Phen to treat obesity on WPHL-TV (Ch. 17) on July 8.