• FEBRUARY 4, 2019
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    Sickle-Cell Disease & What Might Have Cured Them

    Dr. Barry H. Kaplan’s response to the NY Times article titled “These Patients Had Sickle-Cell Disease. Experimental Therapies Might Have Cured Them.” Written by: Gina Kolata Nothing shows the astounding progress we are making in medicine more than a January 26th article in The New York Times. Sickle cell anemia is a dreadful disease. It

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    • JANUARY 25, 2019
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    Supportive Oncology – Patient Testimonials

    Click on the video to hear testimonials from our patients about their experience with the Supportive Oncology team.

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    • OCTOBER 30, 2018
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    Latino Medical Student Association & QMA Staff Venture Out To Make A Difference

    Latino Medical Student Association & QMA Staff Venture Out To Make A Difference

    On Fri 10/12/18- Sun 10/14/18, Aspiring physicians Christian A. Palaguachi, QMA Physician Documentation Specialist (PDS) and Lucky Shikder, QMA Administrative Support and part-time PDS, advocated with the Latino Medical Student Association (https://lmsa.site-ym.com/ ) in Washington D.C.  Seventy health professional students (87% medical students, 13% pre-medical students) representing 18 states, Puerto Rico, and DC met with

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    • OCTOBER 12, 2018
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    Being a Servant Leader: More You, Less Me

    Blog written by: Susan Dicosola, MS, CMPE – Queens Medical Associates’ Executive Director In response to the article by: “Gina Gianatasio Michnowicz : Being a Servant Leader: More You, Less Me“ The characteristics of the servant –leader are the leadership characteristics I most admire. Let’s discuss just one of these characteristics: humility. Humility as a leadership

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