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This edition: Science and Medical Advances

Episode Details

Original tape date: February 6, 2015.

First aired: March 3, 2015.

Science & U! this month revisits some segments from our past that show some great advancements in medicine:

Max Gomez explores the fact vs fiction debate when it comes to childhood vaccines.

Carol Anne Riddell reports on cutting edge research that helps breast cancer patients fight the disease with their own immune system.

Tinabeth Pina explains the medicine and science behind infertility; who is diagnosed and why; and available treatments.

Mike Gilliam looks at childhood obesity and what can be done to help kids lose weight and prevent unwanted weight gain.

Donna Hanover explores Integrative Medicine…what it is and why more doctors are using it to enhance and help in traditional medical treatments.

Ernabel Demillo looks at the science behind staying young.

For More Information:
Gramercy Pediatrics - www.gramercypediatrics.com
Integrative Medicine - www.healthandhealingny.org
Immunotherapy:
- www.sharecancersupport.org/share-new
- www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/adult/breast

Guest List

Erika Antinis-Giannetta Former Fertility Patient

Barbara Bailey Patient

Dr. Mitchell Chasin Medical Director, Reflections, Center for Skin and Body

Dr. Martin Ehrlich Medical Director, Center for Health and Healing

Dr. Dyan Hes Medical Director, Gramercy Pediatrics

Ali Hill Mother

Dr. Cristina Matera, M.D. Reproductive Endocrinologist, Madison Women’s Health & Fertility

Dr. Heather McArthur Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Dr. Paul Offit Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Michael Perlmutter Weight Management Patient

Dr. Glenn Schattman, M.D. Reproductive Endocrinologist, NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell

Marjorie Schwartz Breast Cancer Survivor

Dr. Lawrence Stanberry Columbia Children's Hospital

Jana Wright Patient

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