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PHP and PHA featured in Plano Star Courier article

PHP and PHA featured in Plano Star Courier article

The May 30 edition of the Plano Star Courier features a front-page article on the upcoming "Celebration of Life" event in honor of National Cancer Survivors Day, scheduled for this Sunday and hosted by Presbyterian Hospitals of Plano and Allen. The article includes quotes from Dr. Wendy Harpham, a best-selling author and cancer survivor who will be the keynote speaker, as well as PHP oncology program manager Carinsa Gaston and PHA's Barbara Quast, women's health service line and education director.

PHD featured on WFAA-TV

New allergy research at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas was featured May 29 on WFAA-TV (Channel 8) during the 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts. Led by PHD allergist Dr. Gary Gross, the study is looking into the effectiveness of a new type of immunotherapy treatment that involves specially-formulated immunotherapy taken once a day, under the tongue, where liquids absorb best. It works the same way as a shot – but without the weekly hassle – or needles.

PHD featured on KTVT-TV

The May 29 10 p.m. news on KTVT-TV (Channel 11) featured a story about how new technologies are making it easier to have medical histories at the fingertips of patients and doctors at all times. Dr. Phillip Aronoff, an internist at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, talked about the advantages of having a complete medical history readily available.

PHD in Tyler Morning Telegraph

The May 30 edition of the Tyler Morning Telegraph highlights this weekend's Children's Miracle Network Celebration in East Texas. The telecast will feature the story of "Miracle Child'' Berean Hope Matthews, born premature at just 3 pounds, 15 ounces. Berean was born at Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler but then rushed to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas because of medical complications, including a bilateral interventricular hemorrhage in her brain and a distended abdomen. She was treated at PHD and today is a healthy 2-year-old toddler.


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