Recent Print Coverage
* Research findings regarding the efficacy of a melanoma vaccine, developed by David Berd, MD, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Neoplastic Diseases, and research associates were mentioned in the February issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine (circulation 2,741,802).
* John McShane, MD, Director of Primary Care Sports Medicine, explained the ill-effects of concussions and how to avoid them in the December issue of Men's Health Magazine (circulation 1,200,000). He discussed a new NFL-funded concussion study that uses new radiology to determine when it is safe for a player to return to game action in the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 504,903) on January 29.
* Plastic surgeon John Moore, MD, expressed his support for legislation setting mandatory minimum levels of inpatient coverage for women and expanding the options women need to increase the odds of good reconstructive surgical results after mastectomy in an editorial to the Daily News (circulation 1,585,577) on January 13.
* Structural chemist Ziwei Huang, PhD, discussed how rational drug design research can be a powerful pathway to block disease in Chemical & Engineering News (circulation 160,000) on January 13 and Science Daily Insight (AAAS Science online) on January 7.
Recent Television and Radio Coverage
* Jeffrey Miller, MD, Director of the Thyroid Treatment Center, discussed the importance of self-examination for early detection and treatment of thyroid cancer on WCAU-TV (Ch. 10) on January 7, WRC-TV (NBC in Washington) on January 8, WVIT-TV (NBC in Hartford) on January 25.
* Urologist Stephen Strup, MD, explained that the key to treating prostate cancer is early detection on WTXF-TV (Ch. 29) on January 24.
* Stephen A. Feig, MD, Director of the Breast Imaging Center, discussed the need for annual mammograms for women to begin at age 40 on The National CBC Network Programming on January 2.
* E. Marshall Goldberg, MD, Professor of Medicine, discussed how pet scanners may be used to determine how the brain works after death on WPVI-TV (Ch. 6) on January 25.