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    • OCTOBER 20, 2017
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    Breast Cancer Awareness Information Session

    Join us on October 26, 2017 at 3pm for our Breast Cancer Awareness Information Session, led by Heather Bain, RN, BSN, OCN

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    • OCTOBER 14, 2017
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    QMA partners up with Brooklyn Avenue School in Hurricane Relief Efforts

    Written by: Jeanette Gonzalez   On October 10, 2017, I had the honor of representing Queens Medical Associates and my son’s elementary school Brooklyn Avenue School in Valley Stream Long Island in delivering the Hurricane Relief donations that were collected from Queens Medical Associates and from Brooklyn Avenue School at one of the Puerto Rico

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    • SEPTEMBER 15, 2017
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    The Cancer Treatment You Haven’t Heard Of

    PHOTO:Janne Peters/USA Stockfood Articlefrom: MyDomaine.com Written by: JuliaMalacoff If you’re generally healthy and you ask your doctor about which trendy eating style is best for you—from vegan to Paleo to gluten-free—they’ll probably tell you to do whatever encourages you to eat the most wholesome foods in reasonable amounts. On the other hand, research over the past

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    • AUGUST 22, 2017
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    Targeted Therapies: One Practice’s Story

    Published Online: August 14, 2017 Barry Kaplan, MD, PhD CANCER CARE HAS EVOLVED from surgery as the only treatment option to broad-spectrum chemotherapy, more precise chemotherapy, and combination chemotherapy. We have arrived at the next phase of this ongoing evolution: targeted therapy. Patients who would previously have received traditional chemotherapy are now benefitting from targeted

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    • JULY 25, 2017
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    We Now Have Extended Hours

    When are people most likely to go to the Emergency Room? Dr. Kaplan and I asked the leadership of the NYPQ Emergency Department this exact question. You might have thought that people who are not feeling well go to the emergency room in the middle of the night. If that is the case physicians would

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