Positive COVID-19 Patients Needed!

You Could Help Identify an effective COVID-19 Treatment Patients with mild or moderate symptoms are needed for NIH-funded study at UB  The focus is on drugs, including monoclonal antibody medications, that received emergency use authorizations early in the pandemic   Vaccinations may be front page news these

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Questions, Answers, Resources – COVID-19

UPDATE: March 30, 2021 CASES UPDATE ERIE & NIAGARA COUNTY: Erie County has 75,876 cases to date with 1,666 deaths. Niagara County has 16,734 cases to date and 309 deaths. NEW VACCINE FINDER:  https://www.vaccinehound.org FIND A VACCINE! TRICKS AND TIPS VACCINE HELP!  https://youtu.be/H66BiAA_Mhk NEW UPDATED GUIDELINES FOR FULLY VACCINATED PEOPLE:

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Gates Vascular Broadcasts Live Case to Japan and South Korea

In a live demonstration, Gates Vascular Institute (GVI), in partnership with the Jacobs Institute (JI) and a medical device company, today broadcast a case to Japan and South Korea, reaching over 150 physicians and health care professionals. The virtual proctorship broadcast, led by electrophysiologist, Chee Kim, M.D.,

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Fatherhood Program for New Dads

BPPN’S Buffalo Fatherhood Initiative will partner with Oishei Children’s Hospital to deliver educationalprogramming soon-to-be dads launching this month         Buffalo, NY, March 24, 2021 – Buffalo Prenatal-Perinatal Network (BPPN) and Oishei Children’s Hospital arepleased to announce the launch of the Fatherhood Training Program. BPPN’S

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New Breast Image Technology

DSM – Photoacoustic Dual-Scan Mammoscope Shows Promise March 22, 2021 – Windsong’s Breast Center is excited about an innovative breast imaging technology called Photoacoustic Dual-scan Mammoscope (DSM). DSM showed promising results in detecting breast cancer. Windsong collaborated with Dr. Jun Xia of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at

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How to Celebrate Resilience After the Traumas of the Past Year

UB medical student finds the answer in launching a company It’s not like Karole Collier needed something else to occupy her time: She had finished the grueling rounds of interviews that determine where she’ll train as a surgery resident; she was starting her final semester of medical

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D’Youville to Offer Associate Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences

D’Youville is set to launch an associate degree in liberal arts and sciences, now that it has received approval from the New York State Department of Education’s Board of Regents. “We are thrilled to move forward with our associate degree program, as it is yet another example

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Roswell Park Dermatologist Becomes Endowed Chair

Paving the way for continued growth of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Department of Dermatology, Gyorgy Paragh, MD, PhD, has been promoted to head the department, and has been named the Lawrence P. & Joan Castellani Family Chair in Dermatology. Described by his patients as kind, gentle

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Stories of COVID Treatment and Recovery

Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc. (CHCB) Shares Frontline COVID Stores and Personal Experiences The Community Health Center of Buffalo, Inc., in collaboration with the Buffalo Documentary Project, produced and made two videos entitled “Coronavirus (COVID-19) Employee Focus Group: Sharing Our Stories of Treatment and Recovery.” The videos

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Health Centers Call on New York State to Delay or Reverse 340B Carve Out

Today, all of Western New York’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) together called on New York State to reverse or delay the ‘340B carve out’ included in the 2021 New York State Budget, which is currently being negotiated. The 340B carve out would mean a devastating loss in

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