Recent Television Coverage
* Rheumatologist Raphael Dehoratius, MD, discussed new treatments for lupus that have contributed to longer life spans on WCAU-TV (Ch. 10) on May 1.
* Professor of Neurology George Brainard, MD, discussed the operation of an innovative dawn simulator to treat people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) on CNN Cable Programming on May 6 and WSVN-TV (Fox in Miami) on May 7.
* Breast Disease Specialist Gordon Schwartz, MD, explained that some breast cancers are being seen so early with new detection methods that they need no follow up treatment on WPVI-TV (Ch. 6) on May 7.
* Emergency Room Physician Bernard Lopez, MD, explained that people can avoid hand lacerations and other injuries resulting from slicing bagels incorrectly by being more cautious on WCAU-TV (Ch. 10) on May 8.
* Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Sheila Murphey, MD, said that using regular soap and water effectively fights bacteria and infection on WPVI-TV (Ch. 6) on May 9.
Recent Print Coverage
* Chief of Dermatologic Surgery Steven Greenbaum, MD, offered tips on how to prevent dandruff in Bottom Line-Personal Magazine (circulation 2,000,000) on June 1.
* Blood Bank Director, Samir K. Ballas, MD explained that the recent Red Cross strike would not disrupt or alter the flow of blood supplies needed for the hospital in the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 504,903) on May 20.
* Laird Jackson, MD, Director of the Division of Medical Genetics, expressed his confidence in the new approaches to prenatal testing in the San Jose Mercury News (circulation 345,432) on May 18.
* Orthopaedic surgeon, Pete Sharkey, MD, discussed the complex bone structure of the foot and its ability to withstand constant use in the Blade (circulation 147,312) on April 28.