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Why We Must End Cannabis Prohibition In New Jersey

Why We Must End Cannabis Prohibition In New Jersey

Hi my name is Scott Rudder, President of the New Jersey Cannabusiness Association but more than that I’m a former New Jersey Assemblyman and mayor I’m a veteran and I’m the father of three amazing children ages 16 13 and 11 so when I talk to you about ending cannabis prohibition and establishing a smartly […]

Class of 2022 White Coat Ceremony Highlights

Class of 2022 White Coat Ceremony Highlights

“White Coat Ceremony is incredibly important to students because it puts the patient, humanity, commitment to service up front, so that they know that everything they learn — everything that they work at — is dedicated to service and humanistic care.” “For me, the white coat is a symbol of the rest of my life. […]

UI Carver College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony – August 11, 2017

UI Carver College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony – August 11, 2017

– So good afternoon. I’m Pat Winokur and I’m delighted to serve as the executive dean in the Roy J. Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine here at the University of Iowa. And it is my distinct pleasure to welcome the class of 2021, their families, their friends, some of their siblings, our faculty, our […]

New Jersey Stem Cell Transplant Recipient Meets Her Match

New Jersey Stem Cell Transplant Recipient Meets Her Match

I was given my transplant on December 16th, 2016. The doctors and the staff lightheartedly, would tell me it’s your second birthday. You’re allowed to celebrate another birthday every year and believe it or not my family does celebrate that day for me every December 16th. So Lael McGrath was diagnosed with the high-risk form […]

2019 U-M Medical School White Coat Ceremony

2019 U-M Medical School White Coat Ceremony

>>Good afternoon. It is a pleasure to welcome you all to the 2019 University of Michigan Medical School White Coat Ceremony. I am Dr. Rajesh Mangrulkar, Associate Dean For Medical Student Education. And this is a tremendous moment. On behalf of the University of Michigan Medical School, our faculty our staff, and our more than […]

Meet Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine – Northern New Jersey’s Most Comprehensive Pain Management

Meet Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine – Northern New Jersey’s Most Comprehensive Pain Management

Whether you’re an elite athlete, a weekend warrior, a busy professional, or hard working parent… …everyone gets hurt. But invasive surgeries and dangerous drugs don’t have to be the answer. At Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine, we do things differently. Our unique “Team Approach” gets you back to your life faster. We’ll coordinate your care, […]

Dr. Charles Caldwell — Beyond the Lab Coat

Dr. Charles Caldwell — Beyond the Lab Coat

Uh, lente, monte, grote, bigae. I write music, and I have a studio. I try to compose it, then write it and record it. I look up, and I’m three hours into it. “Cool, man.” My favorite movie overall is “Field of Dreams.” Drew Brees. He’s a good family man, excellent athlete, probably one of […]

2017 Penn State College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony

2017 Penn State College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony

[music] The White Coat Ceremony marks a very special and important right of passage in every medical students journey towards becoming a physician this year marks the 50th anniversary of our inaugural class of medical students here at the Penn State University College of Medicine and it also marks the first that we’re offering a […]

Artificial disc replacement solves New Jersey man’s back pain

Artificial disc replacement solves New Jersey man’s back pain

The pain was just there all the time and you couldn’t get away from it. You couldn’t escape. My name is Dominick Pace and I was treated for a herniated disc about ten months ago at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital New Brunswick. Life was pretty difficult. Walking, sitting, any activity that I tried to […]

New Jersey Nursing Student Recovering from Series of Strokes

New Jersey Nursing Student Recovering from Series of Strokes

Every stroke I had was just getting worse and worse. I started with like a little left-sided weakness and then by my third stroke, by the time I got to Robert Wood Johnson, I couldn’t move my left side. I couldn’t – I wasn’t in control of my eyes, so they would drift. My name […]