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August 11, 2020
Physicians may be able to quickly and more accurately identify signs for millions at risk of having a heart attack using a new approach that in early stages offers not only provide a better “picture” of someone’s heart, but also uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect whether someone is…
April 24, 2020
Emergency physicians are now deploying a home-monitoring program for patients who test positive for COVID-19 in the emergency room but are then released from the hospital. Leading the program and subsequent study are Drs. Neal Sikka and Erin Kane. “There is a significant amount of anxiety among…
March 21, 2020
From food, to mental health, to school, help is available. Our partners at the GW Rodham Institute gathered a helpful list of resources for residents of the metropolitan DC region during the novel Coronavirus outbreak Food Arcadia Foods Free meals at each pick-up site for students affected by…
October 16, 2019
Even rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of those who attended the 8th Annual GW Blush Luncheon to benefit the GW Mammovan. The Ritz-Carlton rolled out a pink carpet in honor of the event, and Washington DC’s only mobile mammography unit was proudly on display for tours. Dr. Robert Kelly, CEO of The…