Category: Webinars

Wednesday Webinar: Brain surgery

We are excited to announce that our next Wednesday Webinar on 10/19 will feature Dr. Albert Hong-Jae Kim, the newest edition to our neurosurgery lineup.
Dr. Kim specializes in surgery of the brain, including procedures like stereotactic radiosurgery, skull based surgery and cerebrovascular surgery, and the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors including meningioma, acoustic

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Breast Cancer Webinar now online

Breast Cancer Webinar now online

If you missed our latest Wednesday Webinar on breast cancer, don’t fret – we’ve got it ready for you to view at your leisure.
It was a fascinating discussion – Dr. William Gillanders, a leading breast cancer surgeon specialties include breast surgery for benign disorders, breast and thyroid cancer and surgical endocrinology, answered many viewer

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Wednesday Webinar – Physician and Time Change

We would like to make you aware of some minor changes to this week’s upcoming webinar focusing on breast cancer.
Dr. William Gillanders, a Washington University professor in the Department of Surgery whose areas of specialties include breast surgery for benign disorders, breast and thyroid cancer and surgical endocrinology, will be joining us in lieu

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Wednesday Webinar 10/5 – Breast Cancer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Chances are, you know of someone who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Researchers and physicians have come a long way when it comes to finding better ways to detect, diagnose and treat the disease, but as of yet there is no known cause and no cure.
This

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Prostate Cancer Webinar Now Online

If you missed yesterday’s live webinar about prostate cancer and PSA screening with Gerald Andriole, MD, fear not. You can watch it in its entirety below.
Some interesting information for those with prostate cancer questions:
1. Dr. Andriole and his colleagues aren’t saying PSA screening should be done away with, but mass screening is doing

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Wednesday Webinar 9/21 – Prostate cancer screening

Our next Wednesday Webinar is only two days away, and it’s on a very topical subject – prostate cancer screening.
You may already know that prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer, but what might be news to you is that the most common way of screening for this disease is under question

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Wednesday Webinar Video: Atrial Fibrillation

Wednesday Webinar Video: Atrial Fibrillation

In case you missed yesterday’s Wednesday Webinar on all-things atrial fibrillation, we’ve posted it to our YouTube channel!
To watch Dr. Faddis answer questions submitted by our viewers, click on the video below:
And don’t forget to start submitting your questions for next week’s webinar – the topic is prostate cancer and PSA screenings with

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Wednesday Webinar 9/14: Atrial Fibrillation

Don’t forget that our Wednesday Webinar this week will focus on all-things atrial fibrillation.
Atrial Fibrillation (AFIB) is the most common rhythm disorders of the heart and puts such patients at an increased risk of stroke. Innovative AFIB treatments such as Cox Maze and cardiac ablation were pioneered at Barnes-Jewish and new procedures are on

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Wednesday Webinar 9/14: Atrial Fibrillation

The next Wednesday Webinar will focus on all-things atrial fibrillation.
Atrial Fibrillation (AFIB) is the most common rhythm disorders of the heart and puts such patients at an increased risk of stroke. Innovative AFIB treatments such as Cox Maze and cardiac ablation were pioneered at Barnes-Jewish and new procedures are on the horizon.
Find out

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Wanted: Your Breast Cancer Questions for Tomorrow's Wednesday Webinar

Wanted: Your Breast Cancer Questions for Tomorrow's Wednesday Webinar

Does all the controversy about screening mammography confuse you? Do you wonder if a woman should still get a mammogram at age 40? Are there times someone should get a mammogram earlier than 40?
Breast cancer screening is a topic with a lot of questions and we’re here to answer them for you. Tomorrow at

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