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  • NYULMC Men’s Health Panel for Goldman Sachs

    Overview Date/Time: November 7, 2011; 4:30 – 6:00 followed by cocktail reception sponsored by NYULMC Location: 200 West Street, New York, NY Structure: One hour general session; four – 30 minute breakout sessions; cocktail reception General Theme of the Event: Peak Performance Click here to download News Relase.

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  • Hospital For Joint Diseases Establishes Joint Preservation Center

    First Orthopaedic Program to Use Clinical and Research Data to Advance Joint Care | September 20, 2011 The Hospital for Joint Diseases at NYU Langone Medical Center (HJD) has established the Joint Preservation Center of New York (JPC), the first program to use multidisciplinary clinical and research expertise from across the medical center to identify the […]

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  • Earlier Identification Can help Slow the Progression of Osteoarthritis

    By Ankit Bansal, BS, Eric Strauss, MD, and Laith M. Jazrawi, MD The rapidly aging population of the nation’s Baby Boomers has been the root of much concern among healthcare providers. According to 2010 United States Census data, the nation’s population between 45 and 64 years of age has risen 31.5 percent from the previous […]

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  • An All-Star Team


    For Major Leaguers and Weekend Athletes Alike, HJD’s Sports Medicine Specialists Provide Championship Care One July afternoon in 2008, Michael Giaramita cursed the baseball gods. The 6’4” 20-year-old right-handed pitcher, a Staten Island native who had just signed a letter of intent to attend Oklahoma Baptist University, was in the ninth inning of a game […]

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  • Learn More About Bone Fractures & Injuries


    Safety is important, especially for children who are active. Many youth centers are helping kids by offering safety programs that educate them on safety and the importance of protecting their bodies and wearing the proper gear and protection while playing different types of sports. Learn more about bone fractures and injuries. The more you know, the […]

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