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Veterans Affairs

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Veterans town hall provides resources, updates on Eastern Baltimore VA clinic https://t.co/Oq4loKI2h1 via @TheAvenueNews

27 mins ago
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Veterans Affairs

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World War II Veteran from East Longmeadow receives medals for service https://t.co/lPInfYWTbt via @WWLP22News

1 hour ago
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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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@Kevyjoekr @MelDMann Thanks for sharing your experience, Kevin.

2 hours ago
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BCMHouston

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One of the worst times to get sick with the Flu? The holidays. Stay safe this holiday season and get your flu shot. Have a question? Our experts have the answers about the flu, and vaccines. https://t.co/5Zi0qvWBgb #flu https://t.co/dHCiJD21Ul

2 hours ago
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Veterans Affairs

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Female Veterans honored with day trip to Washington D.C. https://t.co/LmPVjrmGmG via @WESH

2 hours ago

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Pat McClurkin.After enlisting in the Army, Pat was commissioned as an officer in the Medical Corps. During her enlistment, Pat served at Walter Reed Medical Center and provided physical therapy for wounded veterans, along with several VIPs. One of her most notable patients was former First Lady Mamie Eisenhower.After serving her four year enlistment, Pat was discharged at the rank of captain and received a commendation from Major General Enrique Mendez, Commander at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, for her dedication to duty, her exceptional performance and her exemplary service.Thank you for your service, Pat!

4 hours ago
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BCMHouston

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RT @BCMHouston_News: Family and in-laws can be the source of stress during the #holidays. @bcmhouston's Dr. Asim Shah talks about how to ma…

5 hours ago
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TAMU Health Sciences

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RT @healthysouthtx: Managing #diabetes requires so much more than simply taking a pill. For the best results, health pros recommend eating…

5 hours ago
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Houston Methodist

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#HoustonMethodist’s Center for Performing Arts Medicine worked with our emergency department to bring a new sense of calm to what is usually a stressful environment. Our employee art now offers warmth and serenity to those waiting in the #ER. https://t.co/Pz5i5uIKSC

5 hours ago
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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Thanks to a $1 million gift from @SU2C, there's revitalized hope in expanding #immunotherapy to #pancreaticcancer: https://t.co/QzfMrVXoEf #pancsm #endcancer

5 hours ago
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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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A clinical trial studying a combination of #immunotherapy and #chemo offers Barbara Lewis hope when faced with triple-negative breast cancer: https://t.co/EJdCT5EGIO #BCSM #CancerMoonshot #endcancer

5 hours ago
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Rice University

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RT @RiceEngineering: ICYMI | ‘Smart skin’ warns of strain in bridges and airplanes. Read at @FuturityNews: https://t.co/qU6IsaeUv3 https://…

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UTMB Health

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RT @jbmilliken: Ran across Ashbel Smith, first chairman of the UT Board of Regents, while touring ⁦@utmbhealth⁩ https://t.co/R3hvSmVAWk

6 hours ago
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UTMB Health

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RT @utsystem: Chancellor @jbmilliken continues his visits to #utsystem institutions, this time to @utmbhealth, which has been #InServiceToT…

6 hours ago
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Harris Health System

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On Thursday, Nov. 15, Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital hosted its sixth annual Shine a Light on Lung Cancer event to raise awareness and educate to patients and staff about the deadly disease that kills more people—in both men and women—than any other cancer.Dr. Tina Cascone, assistant professor, Medical Oncology, LBJ, MD Anderson, opened the ceremony with an informative presentation discussing various forms of cancer treatment and the rates of success associated with each. Moments later, Chris Benefiel gave an endearing testimony of his care as a Harris Health patient.In August of last year, Chris was diagnosed with stage 3B lung cancer at another Houston Hospital, but without medical insurance, he could not receive treatment. He then applied for Harris Health's financial assistance program and received treatment at Smith Clinic.He spent the next few months depressed as he battled the disease. One day, with Harris Health's help, he decided to take control of his cancer and began looking at the positive aspects of his life.Dr. Hilary Ma, chief, Medical Oncology, LBJ, MD Anderson, delivered an update on LBJ's Oncology Program. He was excited the hospital received its recertification with the Commission on Cancer, which ensures the hospital delivers the highest caliber of cancer care.He announced that talks have begun to open a new comprehensive cancer center at LBJ, uniting the radiation department, the infusion center, patient educators and case management in one area.Cletus Udoh, supervisor, Chaplain Services, LBJ, has experienced the devastation of cancer. After visiting some sad, discouraged cancer patients, Cletus recognized their hopelessness and wanted to do something to empower them.He began searching for an idea to raise awareness about cancer six years ago, which he would later find online through the Lung Cancer Alliance. He considers this event as an opportunity to let patients know the organization is here for them and that they are not alone in their journey."We provide basic educational information and guidance to our community so we can proactively reduce the number of people who face lung cancer in the future," Cletus says. "Healthcare in 2018 is heading toward a new model. We don't want to cure this disease—we want to prevent it."For patients like Chris, treatment at Harris Health, in conjunction with educational programs like Shine a Light, has proved life changing."Without Harris Health, I had no hope for treatment or a future," Chris says. "The care here has been exceptional and I'm so thankful to Harris Health and its staff—they have given me the last 12 months of my life."

6 hours ago