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Pharmacology – DRUGS FOR HYPERLIPIDEMIA (MADE EASY)

Pharmacology – DRUGS FOR HYPERLIPIDEMIA (MADE EASY)

in this lecture we gonna cover drugs used for hyperlipidemia so let’s get right into it hyperlipidemia simply is a disorder in which there are abnormally elevated levels of fat particles in the blood known as lipids these lipids can adhere to the walls of the arteries and restrict blood flow which in turn creates […]

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Meet Dr. Noah Allen – Urologist at St. Elizabeth

Meet Dr. Noah Allen – Urologist at St. Elizabeth

Hi, I’m Dr. Noah Allen, and I’m a Urologist at St. Elizabeth. The school I went to was Cincinnati Country Day, growing up. I went there my entire life, so I was what’s called a “lifer”. And then I went to Williams College, which is in western Massachusetts, for my undergrad. And then I came […]

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Meet Dr. Geoffrey Sklar – Urologic Oncologist

Meet Dr. Geoffrey Sklar – Urologic Oncologist

Hi my name is Dr. Geoffrey Sklar and I’m the Associate Director of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Cancer Institute at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. As a urologic oncologist, my work focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of kidney, bladder, prostate, and other urologic cancers. Once we have a diagnosis of cancer, the most […]

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Meet Alosh Madala, MD, Urology | Ascension Kansas

Meet Alosh Madala, MD, Urology | Ascension Kansas

My name is Alosh Madala, and I practice Urology. I was always interested in sciences as a kid, especially biology, and once I got into biology, I was interested in medicine. I always wanted to help people, and treat people, and surgery actually intrigued me quite a bit, and I got into general surgery first, […]

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A Urologist’s Experience with Oncotype DX GPS

A Urologist’s Experience with Oncotype DX GPS

Hi, my name is Dr. Ketan Badani from Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York where I practice. I have been using Oncotype DX Genomic Prostate Score in my practice with my clinically low risk prostate cancer patients, as not all cancers are the same, meaning some cancers behave better than others. Oncotype DX helps […]

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