The Council will honor Dr. De Virgilio at a March 4, 2011 ceremony in Nashville. ‘Congratulations to Dr. De Virgilio upon this honor and the countless years of remarkable education and schooling he has provided for residents and medical students,’ stated LA BioMed President and CEO David I. Meyer, PhD. ‘Education and training are part of LA BioMed’s and Harbor-UCLA Medical Center’s primary missions, and we are fortunate to possess such a devoted and gifted educator on staff to train the next generation of physicians.’ Related StoriesUsing integrated molecular pathology to control incidental pancreatic cysts: an interview with Dr Ananya DasNHS ‘hourglass’ structure holds back development of support workforceGriffith college students providing healthcare in MalawiDr.The analysis authors added that further research is required to determine if giving Tdap vaccine to women that are pregnant who recently received a tetanus-containing vaccine escalates the threat of stillbirth or miscarriage. The analysis was published Oct. 20 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Acupuncture relieves symptoms of xerostomia Twice weekly acupuncture remedies relieve debilitating symptoms of xerostomia – severe dry mouth – among patients treated with radiation for head and neck cancer, researchers from The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center report in the current online problem of Head & Throat. Xerostomia develops following the salivary glands have already been exposed to repeated doses of therapeutic radiation.