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Dr. Jeffry Huffman makes presentation to board of directors

Dr. Huffman, urologist on staff at Memorial Hospital, recently returned from serving in Iraq. He provided medical care to the injured in Iraq. Dr. Huffman had a flag flown over the hospital specifically for Memorial Hospital. He presented this flag to the Board of Directors.


Bausch & Lomb settles 600 eye fungus lawsuits

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Contact lens maker Bausch & Lomb Inc. had an overriding reason for going private in 2007: It wanted to handle a devastating recall of its flagship lens cleaner, its chief executive said, "without a lot of outside distraction."


Folic acid offers more protection than thought

WASHINGTON (AP) — Baby-protecting folic acid is getting renewed attention: Not only does it fight spina bifida and some related abnormalities, new research shows it also may prevent premature birth and heart defects.


Study: Cancer survivors not getting needed tests

ORLANDO, Florida (AP) — New research finds that people who had radiation treatments for cancer as children are less likely than the general public or even their healthy siblings to get recommended screening tests.


Immune system taught to fight deadly skin cancer

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — For the first time, a novel treatment that trains the immune system to fight cancer has shown modest benefit in late-stage testing against the deadly skin cancer melanoma.

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