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Blog Posts in July, 2017

  • Deadly Cross-Over Accident on Grand Central Parkway Leaves One Dead and Eight Injured

    Cross-over accidents resulting in head-on collisions are among the most serious types of motor vehicle accidents due to their unexpected suddenness and the forces typically involved. According to CBS New York , a cross-over accident on the Grand Central Parkway claimed the life of one person and left 8 others injured. According to this report,the accident occurred at approximately 6:30am on Sunday ...
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  • Lung Cancer and What You Should Know About Its Diagnosis and Treatment

    Lung cancer is among the deadliest form of cancer in the United States today. Due to the high fatality rate associated with lung cancer, successful treatment relies on the cancer being identified in its earliest stages. Early and accurate diagnoses often make the difference between life and death. In a recent article by CNN Health , doctors reveal 10 things they want the public to know about lung ...
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  • The Importance of the Early Detection and Treatment of Lyme Disease

    Lyme disease season in New York is expected to be the worst ever according to experts. As reported by CBS New York , there has been a population explosion of the white-footed mice that host the Lyme-carrying ticks. The early diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease is critical in terms of overall patient health and curability. It is expected that over 300,000 people will get Lyme disease this year ...
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  • The Real Dangers of Insurance Companies Denying Medical Treatment for Immunodeficient Patients

    Health insurance is a business. Often times, their decisions are driven by loopholes, finances and bureaucracy. In a recent article, CNN reports about the effects that health insurance denials have on a class of patients suffering from immunodeficiency. These patients require this treatment to enable them to lead normal lives. According to the CNN Article , "35,000 to 50,000 people in the U.S. are ...
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