Texas Health Dallas in The Dallas Morning News 10/12/2009
Texas Health Dallas in The Dallas Morning News
Dr. Douglas Baker, a radiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was quoted in a recent edition of The Dallas Morning News. The story examined a clinical trial at Texas Health Dallas to test the effectiveness of 3D mammography, called tomosynthesis, in detecting breast cancer in women with dense breast tissue. The trial at Texas Health Dallas, one of only a handful of U.S. hospitals involved in the research, compares 3D mammography against breast MRI.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial on KOCO-TV, Gaming Web Sites
A story about Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital's cardiac rehabilitation program incorporating Nintendo Wii into patients' therapy was picked up by KOCO (Ch. 5), an Oklahoma City news station. Links to the story also appeared on usatoday.com and several gaming Web sites, including gonintento.com, play.tm and gamehuddle.com.
Texas Health Special Sections in The Dallas Morning News, Star-Telegram
The Oct. 11 editions of The Dallas Morning News and Star-Telegram included special sections about the people and services of Texas Health Resources. The articles showcased physicians and services that uplift the image of the hospitals, can drive volume to them and represent quality, diagnostic and surgical advances, many using minimally invasive methods.
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