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  • Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2iWplKX Can drinking cranberry juice treat and prevent a UTI? Is it true that men are immune to getting urinary tract infections? Why do women get UTIs more than men? I practice good hygiene, therefore I'm not at risk for getting a UTI, right? Dr. Moore answers all of these questions and more on this edition of Fact vs Fiction. Learn more about Dr...

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  • Amy has always lived an active lifestyle, but after the birth of her second child urinary incontinence forced her to stop many of the activities she loves. For women dealing with bladder and pelvic floor issues, feelings of shame, embarrassment and discomfort often keep them from living their full lives. At Penn Urogynecology, we want women to know that you don’t just have to deal with it. There...

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Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • At Penn Medicine we’re committed to providing access to comprehensive health care for women of all ages. We are the country’s premier resource for women’s health, offering personalized and compassionate care. You will have full access to the leading research and full scope of technologies, all designed to meet the unique needs of each patient. It is our privilege and honor to be here for you when...

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  • Sunil Singhal, MD, a general thoracic surgeon and researcher at Penn Medicine, outlines his innovative approach to intraoperative, fluorescent-guided surgery (TumorGlow™) to address solid tumor recurrence. Surgery remains the standard of care for solid tumor cancers. Sunil Singhal, MD, a general thoracic surgeon and researcher at Penn Medicine, outlines his innovative approach to addressing tumor...

Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/2iWplKX Can the flu shot ever actually give you the flu? How long does it take for the flu shot to actually work? Does it pay to get the flu shot early in the season, or should I wait until later in the winter? Is it true that people with egg allergies can’t get the flu shot? Dr. Noble answers all of these questions and more on this edition of Fact ...

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  • When a massive stroke left Clifton paralyzed on his left side, no one thought he’d ever walk again. That is, except the team at the Penn Stroke Center. With clot-busting medication and breakthrough technology, they removed the clot in his brain. Two weeks later, he walked out of the hospital on his own. Every day at Penn, our neurosurgeons, neurologists, and psychiatrists work side by side to he...

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  • When Norma's mitral valve became severely damaged, daily life was difficult and the situation appeared hopeless. She needed open heart surgery, but at Norma's age, it wasn’t an option. That's when Penn offered her a innovative procedure called MitraClip, a catheter-based treatment for patients considered too high-risk for open heart surgery. Penn Medicine performed the second MitraClip procedure ...

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Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • John P. Fischer, MD, Plastic Surgeon and Co-Director of Penn Medicine's Hernia Program describes a complex case treating a patient experiencing large lower abdominal hernia recurrence, post-colectomy. When he first came in to see me, we spent significant time going through his history and also obtaining all of his previous operable reports to get a better understanding of his unique conditionŠ We...

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  • When you love someone with a neurological disease, you understand how much they need your help. You want to give them the best care. That’s why Penn Neurosciences is here. Together, you can rely on the program ranked #1 in the region for more than 20 years, the program whose #1 priority is the same as yours - improving the lives of the ones you love. Meet some of our amazing Penn Neurosciences pat...

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  • Melanoma is the most serious kind of skin cancer, and its growth can sometimes be difficult to stop. That's why, at Penn Medicine, we offer two breakthrough therapies to kill the cancer: immunotherapy and targeted therapy. Immunotherapy is a treatment that uses your body's own immune system to help fight cancer. Normally, your immune system automatically detects and destroys anything it finds tha...

Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • David and Susan have a long, happy marriage, and were thrilled to attend their son’s wedding. However, after returning home David noticed something wasn’t right. He was short of breath and had flu-like symptoms that he couldn’t shake- something was radically wrong and his health kept getting worse. David was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, is a disease that leads to the accumulation of scar ti...

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  • Penn Medicine's "ImmunoRevolution" began over 20 years ago, when Carl June, MD, and his team began creating personalized immunotherapy treatments to reprogram the immune system to recognize and kill cancer cells. At the time, there were limited funding opportunities for novel ideas like these and our researchers relied on philanthropy to fuel innovation. Today, after years of hard work and treme...

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  • Seasonal allergies can be brutal, and these days there’s a lot of misinformation around what causes allergies and how to avoid them. Here, Dr. Jeff Millstein from Penn Medicine sorts out what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to seasonal allergies. Myth #1: You can develop allergies as an adult. This one is a FACT! Adults are not immune from developing new allergies or getting them for t...

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  • Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day (BRA Day), created in 2011, is specifically dedicated to raising awareness and promoting education about the different types of breast reconstruction options for women who have had--or who are preparing to have--a mastectomy (removal of breast tissue and lymph nodes). In recent years, breast reconstruction surgery has become considered a key element in post-mas...

Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • In a landmark decision in the field of cancer immunotherapy, the FDA approved a first-of-its kind gene therapy known as CAR-T cell therapy, created at Penn Medicine. This personalized cellular therapy genetically alters a patient’s own immune cells to target and destroy their cancer. CAR-T therapy is currently approved for people up to the age of 25 years old with relapsed or refractory B-cell ac...

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  • When we think of life…What is the point? The purpose? The meaning of it all? If not to have an effect? That was our goal in 1977 -- when we founded a new medical center in Philadelphia. It was built on the belief that everything - from the smallest act of kindness to the greatest medical discovery – has an effect on life: for patients, their communities, and the world. Today that compassionat...

Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • After doctors told Kathy Diehl she had hepatic steatosis ("fatty liver"), a hereditary liver condition, she never experienced any complications. She didn't think much of it, and spent the next four years looking ahead with her husband and growing family, enjoying her life as a new grandmother. After becoming sick in 2014, Kathy's standard blood work revealed abnormal liver enzyme numbers that led...

Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • Can wearing a hat make you go bald? Does wearing briefs lower your sperm count? Is it true that men hit their sexual peak at the age of 18? Dr. Jeffrey Tokazewski answers all of these questions and more on this edition of Fact vs. Fiction. So fellas, when it comes to your health take a deep breath and consider that some of these old wives’ tales about men’s health can be left in the past. If y...

Penn Medicine (University of Pennsylvania Health System)
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  • “I’ve always been a fighter, and with Penn by my side I overcame the biggest obstacle in my life.” Just two months before her wedding, Arianne was diagnosed with stage 3 Liposarcoma - a rare type of cancer that begins in the fat cells, most often in the muscles of the limbs or in the abdomen. Arianne wanted to fight as hard as she could, like her brother before had before when he was diagnosed w...

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