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email@example.comA Franklin County, Pa., judge recently made several decisions ending a lawsuit in which a former Waynesboro, Pa., man claimed he might have obtained hepatitis C from reused prostate biopsy needles. Robert Eyler said in the lawsuit that he learned he...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBehind Chris Doyle, a heater pumped warm air into his Boonsboro greenhouse as a storm chilled the region with cold rain. A potpourri of pine, fir and cedar wafted from the collection of lush wreaths of freshly cut evergreens spread throughout the...
email@example.comA Fulton County, Pa., man with hepatitis C and his wife are suing Urology Associates of Chambersburg over the practice's reuse of prostate biopsy needles. The lawsuit filed in the Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas alleges that plaintiff Frank...
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It’s been a tough autumn for the nation’s new health care law, known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act inside the Beltway and as “Obamacare” everywhere else. First, a new report on employer-provided health...
West Virginia University Hospitals-East’s Jefferson Memorial Hospital hosted a community open house for its new Women’s Imaging Center Wednesday. The celebration began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony co-sponsored by the Jefferson County...
Diagnostic Imaging Services (DIS) was designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR) earlier this year. By awarding facilities the status of Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, ACR recognizes breast...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUrology Associates of Chambersburg recently sent letters to patients who underwent prostate biopsies informing them of needles being reused in the procedure. According to a copy of the letter obtained by The Herald-Mail, patients were advised to have...
email@example.comYou don't die from skin cancer. That's what Robert Harsh thought when he was diagnosed with the disease about four years ago. You go to a doctor, have the lesion removed and life goes on. But there was more to the small spot on Harsh's cheek than...
GlastonburyRadiology Associates of Hartford (RAH) P.C., a community-based provider of diagnostic imaging services, recently hired Gary Pastizzo, MS, PA-C. He is the second physician's assistant to join RAH's staff. Pastizzo brings 17 years of physician's...
Veterinarians commonly use certain diagnostic tests to determine the cause for your pets’ illnesses. Blood tests, fecal examination, urinalysis and X-rays are often used to support the history of symptoms and physical exam findings. Sometimes,...
A man with no risk factors for prostate cancer can go his whole life without ever taking a PSA test, according to the American Urological Assn. In a new clinical guideline unveiled Friday, the urologists said that only men between the ages of 55 and...
Mammograms might be helpful. Even for women in their 40s. But maybe not every year. Even for those in their 50s. Got it now? No. Women are entirely confused, though researchers raise legitimate issues about the value of annual mammograms, especially...
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