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bullet  12/17/2004 MINIMALLY INVASIVE LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY: A NEW OPTION FOR COLON CANCER PATIENTS

Open colectomy is the standard form of surgery for colon cancer patients, but laparascopically assisted colectomy is gaining momentum as an alternative that is just as effective but is less invasive, leading to a quicker post-operation recovery time.
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bullet  12/15/2004 UROLOGIC ONCOLOGIST JOINS STONY BROOK

The appointment of Alan M. Nieder, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, adds to a growing list of oncologists who have joined Stony Brook University Hospital during the past two years.
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bullet  11/24/2004 NATIONAL LEADER IN COLON AND RECTAL CANCER SURGERY JOINS STONY BROOK

Stony Brook University Hospital has recruited another expert in colon and rectal cancer surgery with the addition of Marvin L. Corman, MD.
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bullet  11/24/2004 NEW HEAD OF HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY

Ted Gabig, MD, has been named Chief of the Division of Hematology/Oncology, the newly consolidated division that will help build the collaborative clinical and research efforts of physicians within the previously named Divisions of Neoplastic Diseases and Hematology.
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bullet  9/29/2004 MULTIDISCIPLINARY BREAST CARE PROGRAM SETS THE STANDARD

Responding to the special needs of women on Long Island, Stony Brook’s Breast Care Center opened in 1995 and was later named in honor of breast cancer awareness activist Carol M. Baldwin.
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bullet  9/29/2004 BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT UNIT OPENS

Stony Brook University Hospital opened a new unit that is devoted to the care of blood and bone marrow stem cell transplant patients after they receive high-dose chemotherapy and a transplant, frequently a lifesaving or life-extending procedure for patients.
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bullet  4/7/2004 MAY IS NATIONAL STROKE AWARENESS MONTH

Carotid endarterectomy [ca-rot-id en-dar-te-rec-to-my] is a vascular operation in which the surgeon removes an obstruction in the carotid (neck) artery caused by hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). This operation is performed to prevent stroke.
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bullet  4/7/2004 GETTING RID OF SPIDER VEINS

Spider veins bother millions of women and men those small yet unsightly clusters of red, blue or purple veins that most commonly appear on the thighs, calves and ankles. In fact, it''s estimated that at least half of the adult female population is plagued with this common cosmetic problem.
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bullet  4/1/2004 PROVIDING MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS

An estimated 20% of adult Americans have painful varicose veins in the leg. Venous reflux — the backflow of blood in a vessel that''s often the underlying cause of varicose veins — frequently forces people to dramatically change their lifestyle, especially when they work on their feet and can no longer tolerate being on their feet all day.
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bullet  9/26/2003 PEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGIST JOINS STONY BROOK

The Department of Ophthalmology is pleased to welcome Dorothy Reynolds, MD to our practice. Dr. Reynolds specializes in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus.
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