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In The News: November 2009

Baylor Grapevine Breast Center Featured on Good Morning Texas
WFAA-TV (Channel 8)

Nov 30, 2009 – Dr. Scott Woomer, and Dr. Ed Clifford, both on staff at the Breast Center at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine, appeared live on WFAA’s Good Morning Texasto discuss the benefits of getting treatment at a comprehensive breast center thru coordinated care. They emphasized the importance of diagnosing and treating breast cancer as early as possible.


Baylor Embracing a New Health Care Approach
The Dallas Morning News

Nov 30, 2009 – With health care reform swirling, Baylor's vision for its future-- to become an Accountable Care Organization. The model incentivizes doctors and hospitals to better coordinate patient care controlling costs and improving quality of care. Baylor's Chief Strategy Development Officer Bill Roberts explains. And the Dallas Morning News takes a first-hand look at the approach by following an advanced nurse practitioner from Baylor Garland for a day as she makes house calls to patients.


Dr. Radha Narayanan Talks IBS on Good Morning Texas
WFAA-TV (Channel 8)

Nov 23, 2009 – Dr. Radha Narayanan, a Gastroenterologist on staff at Baylor Medical Center at Southwest Fort Worth, appeared live on WFAA's Good Morning Texas to talk about living with IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome. She gave viewers helpful tips to deal with the condition during the Holiday Season.


Dr. David Winter Interviewed on KRLD-1080

Dr. David Winter with Baylor Health Care System was interviewed on KRLD News Radio 1080 about a new study that found a high percentage of American adults still are not being screened or treated for high cholesterol levels, putting their health in jeopardy.


Dr. Michael England Discussed Incontinence on GMT
WFAA-TV (Channel 8)

Nov 17, 2009 – Dr. Michael England, Director of Urogynecology at Andrews Women’s Hospital at Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth appeared live on WFAA’s Good Morning Texas to discuss smart and simple solutions for treating urinary incontinence.


Colon Cancer Survivor Interviewed on Good Morning Texas
WFAA-TV (Channel 8)

Nov 12, 2009 – Dr. Neville Fernandes and Dr. Anand Shivnani, both on staff at Baylor Medical Center at Irving, appeared on WFAA’s Good Morning Texas to address common myths about colorectal cancer. Patient Jennifer Gray, who was diagnosed with Colon Cancer, also appeared on the show to talk about her successful treatment at the Baylor Irving Cancer Center.


Dr. David Winter Interviewed on KRLD-1080

Dr. David Winter with Baylor Health Care System was interviewed on KRLD News Radio 1080 about new research that found a certain type of bacteria that live in the gut may be making people fat.


Patients Benefit When Doctor Manages His Own Diabetes
The Dallas Morning News

Nov 3, 2009 – What’s it like when your doctor has the same disease he’s treating you for? Mary Myers of Forney, a type 1 diabetic, knows firsthand. Her doctor, Paul Muncy, M.D., an internal medicine physician on the medical staff at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, is a diabetic too. This story from the Dallas Morning News details how Dr. Muncy has adapted to the advances made in diabetes treatment over the last 30 years and how having the disease has influenced his career in medicine.


Dr. Gregory Jaryga Appeared on Good Morning Texas
WFAA-TV (Channel 8)

Nov 2, 2009 – Dr. Gregory Jaryga, a podiatrist on the medical staff at Baylor Medical Center at Southwest Fort Worth, appeared on WFAA’s Good Morning Texas to discuss common foot ailments. He also gave some helpful tips to prevent and treat heel pain.

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