Recent Print Coverage
Geneticist David Wenger, MD, discussed the diagnosis of Krabbe's Disease made at Jefferson in the case of Hunter Kelly, the son of former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, in USA Today (circulation 2,100,022), the Tennessean (circulation 148,000) the Salina Journal (circulation 31,000), the South County Journal (circulation 32,000) and the Allentown Morning Call (circulation 9,278).
Michael Ciccotti, MD, Director of Sports Medicine at the Rothman Institute, explained that there is a high risk of knee injuries among women in Fitness Magazine (circulation 1,500,000).
Breast Disease Specialist Gordon Schwartz, MD, discussed a new classification system based on cell features that helps indicate whether ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), a highly curable form of breast cancer when confined to the milk ducts, is likely to progress or recur in the Philadelphia Inquirer (circulation 486,318).
David Capuzzi, MD, Director of the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Center, commented on a new diet called "The Zone" in the Philadelphia Daily News (circulation 180,000).
Recent Radio and Television Coverage
Urologist Leonard Gomella, MD, explained the seriousness of prostate cancer on WHYY-FM (91.7FM - NPR).
Dermatologist Guy Webster, MD, PhD, discussed the efficacy of new transdermal skin patches that use Vitamin C to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles on WPVI-TV (Ch. 6), WABC-TV (ABC in New York), and KABC-TV (ABC in Los Angeles).
Nurse Practitioner Marie McClay, RN, CRNP, explained that teen mothers are becoming more responsible about prenatal and postnatal care on KYW-TV (Ch. 3).
Fertility Specialist Gregory Fossum, MD, discussed the high cost of fertility drugs in the United States and explained that some couples choose to purchase the drugs in other countries where they are considerably cheaper on WTXF-TV (Ch. 29).