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Webucation: Lung Cancer Screening

Posted February 26th, 2015

In honor of cancer prevention month, we are featuring a new cancer prevention “short” each week. This short video will focus on topics related to lung cancer screening.

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Rodney Warner

Claiming to Do Their Utmost for Patients, Hospitals May Be Ignoring Work Related Injuries to Their Staff

Posted February 25th, 2015

Hospital marketing and advertising are designed to give you the warm fuzzies when it comes to their treatment and care. Wonderful, talented, experienced doctors and surgeons using state of the art technology to provide patients the best care in a warm, caring environment. That may or may not be the reality for the patient, but […]

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Rodney Warner

Courage or Desperation?

Posted February 23rd, 2015

When I heard what the woman wanted, I thought to myself, you are out of your #^&*ing mind. I was an attorney at the time, working for another attorney and he was putting together a living will for her. We needed to know what level of medical care she wanted in case she couldn’t speak […]

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Bob Riter

Caregiving Friends May Need a Break

Posted February 20th, 2015

I received a call last week that went something like this: “My friend has cancer and she wants me to visit on a regular basis. When I do visit, all she does is complain about how awful her life is. I dread these visits and go only because I feel guilty if I don’t. I […]

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