Recent Print Coverage
David Berd, MD, Professor of Medicine, Division of Medical Oncology, Department of Medicine, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University (JMC), discussed how his use of a vaccine to treat melanoma patients causes in Popular Science (circulation 1,800,000) and Woman's Day magazine (circulation 4,600,000).
Trauma Surgeon and Instructor in Surgery, JMC, Paul G. Curcillo II, MD, explained that all surgery has to be approached as bloodless in the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 486,318) and the Tribune-Democrat (circulation 48,014).
Transplant Surgeon and Associate Professor of Surgery, JMC, Vincent Armenti, MD, and transplant coordinator Elizabeth Hunter, discussed the case of Lisa Roulliard, a Philadelphia area woman and Jefferson patient who received a new kidney from a 14-year-old girl who was killed in Kentucky in the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 486,318).
Gregory Fossum, MD, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, JMC, discussed the issue of human cloning in the Philadelphia Daily News (circulation 180,000) and the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 486,318) and on WWDB Radio (96.5 FM).
Recent Radio and Television Coverage
Roger Pomerantz, MD, Professor of Medicine, Biochemistry, and Molecular Pharmacology, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, JMC, and Director, Center for Human Virology, discussed the deadly "Bird Flu" infecting people in Hong Kong on WCAU-TV (Ch. 10).
Nicholas Abidi, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, JMC, discussed treatments for diabetic neuropathy and the diagnosis and treatment of fibromyalgia on WTXF-TV (Ch. 29).
Robert Sataloff, MD, Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, JMC, discussed the importance of the voice and the special care and attention it needs on WPVI-TV (Ch. 6) and WCAU-TV (Ch. 10).
Judith Peterson, MD, Instructor in Rehabilitation Medicine, JMC, discussed leg exercises she recommends for ballet dancers to ease muscle pain on WHYY Radio (91 FM) and National Public Radio (NPR).