Recent Print Coverage
* Jeffrey Joseph, DO, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, explained that how anesthesia works on the body remains mostly a mystery in U.S. News & World Report (circulation 2,228,620) on August 18.
* Antonio Giordano, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, Anatomy, and Cell Biology, suggested that a monkey virus may be responsible for the onset of a rare but aggressive form of cancer called mesothelioma in the Orange County Register (circulation 353,779) and the Tribune Review (circulation 87,000) on August 2.
* Anthony J. DiMarino Jr., MD, Chief of the Division of Gastroneterology and Hepatology, offered tips on how to avoid food poisoning in the Philadelphia Forum (circulation 50,000) on August 21.
* Michael Ciccotti, MD, Chief of the Division of Sports Medicine at the Rothman Institute, discussed knee injuries common among women in the City Line News (circulation 32,000) on August 13.
Recent Radio and Television Coverage
* Roger Pomerantz, MD, Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, discussed the dangers of contaminated flood water on WCAU-TV (Ch. 10) on August 21 and "super germs" that do not respond well to antibiotics on WCAU-TV (Ch. 10) on August 25.
* Allergy specialist, Mary Fontana-Penn, MD, discussed the symptoms of and treatments for ragweed allergies on WPVI-TV (Ch. 6) on August 27.
* Interventional cardiologists David Fischman, MD, and Michael Savage, MD, discussed the use of ReoPro, an intravenous "super aspirin" that prevents arteries from reclogging after balloon angioplasty on the Fox News morning program "Good Day Philadelphia" (Ch. 29) on August 15.
* Hie-Won Hann, MD, Director of the Liver Disease Prevention Center, recently discussed iron overload and its link to enhanced liver tumor growth on the national PBS program "Healthweek."