.. Pediatrics Training Program ranked number one in the nationThe Department of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine , located at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, was ranked number one in a survey, which ranks today by U.S. News & World Report. This is the first time the Department solely on that distinction. The ranking is based on reviews of medical school deans and senior faculty based peer hospitals. – I think this ranking recognizes the exceptional combination of clinical, research and educational institutions excellence, which is available in the department, said Alan Cohen, physician-in-chief and Chair, Department of Pediatrics.
Racial Differences in Lung Cancer rates among young adults due to larger decrease in smoking NarrowedEffective prevention of smoking among teenagers, particularly black teenagers, smaller the disparity in lung cancer rates between blacks and whites, according to a report published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. The December issue has a special focus on tobacco.At the symposium on Tuesday, December the 00th from 9:30 be three pioneering scientists discuss the characteristics cancer stem cell and the potential to address them for therapy.. Highlights of the meeting includes special symposiums, Educational, particularly interested seminars and scientific sessions. A special symposium on deep vein thrombosis with an overview of this common coagulopathy the patient, the public health and scientific fields.