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Head and Neck Surgeon: Dr. Bert O’Malley Jr.

Head and Neck Surgeon: Dr. Bert O’Malley Jr.

– We’re not here just to perform the most current state of the art therapy. We’re here to help discover the therapy for tomorrow. I’m Dr. Bert O’Malley, I’m Professor and Chair of Penn ENT. A surgeon and leader by the name of Michael DeBakey recruited my father and his team from Vanderbilt to build […]

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Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

Becoming A Doctor Is Not For Everyone

So, my name is Anna Brown and I’m a medical student at Duke but working here at the NIH for the year and we’re in the molecular imaging clinic. Which is a clinic that focuses on different types of cancer and developing new imaging agents to look at the cancer. This year I’m focusing on […]

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UVA Surgeon Charles Friel Discusses Colorectal Cancer

UVA Surgeon Charles Friel Discusses Colorectal Cancer

Well, colorectal cancer is a common problem. It affects one in 20 people. And it continues to be the second most common cause of cancer death in the United States. It requires radiation. It requires medical oncology. And it requires a surgeon who has an expertise and an understanding of the principles of something we […]

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Head and Neck Surgeon: Dr. Ara Chalian

Head and Neck Surgeon: Dr. Ara Chalian

– Penn Medicine is more than an institution. It’s really a body of people and leaders who have the best available to them. So our goal at Otolaryngology: Head, Neck Surgery is to allow you to have the best care that’s available in each of our subspecialties. My name is Ara Chalian. I’m a faculty […]

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