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A computerized form of radiology, known as quantitative CT, can offer valuable prognostic information about COPD patients.
Allergists, pulmonologists and general practitioners can learn the approaches and methods used to diagnose and treat allergic, respiratory and immune diseases at the 34th Annual Pulmonary & Allergy Update conference hosted February 1-4 2012, by National Jewish Health
The "Winter's Evening" dinner-dance in New York raised more than $3 million for lung cancer care and research at National Jewish Health
Nabeel Hamzeh, MD, assistant professor of medicine at National Jewish Health, has recieved an American Thoracic Society/Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research grant, which will will support Dr. Hamzeh’s research into the role of antioxidant therapy for this devastating lung disease.
A “Who’s Who” of New York City real estate and construction leaders has raised $2.7 million to date for National Jewish Health, the nation’s #1 respiratory hospital, in connection with the 43rd annual “A Winter’s Evening” Dinner Dance to be held on December 10.
Richard Weber, MD, Professor of Medicine at National Jewish Health, has been named President-Elect of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI). Dr. Weber will serve as President of ACAAI for one year beginning November 2012.
National Jewish Health and MedHelp celebrate 10 years of collaboration on respiratory and allergy disorders forums.
A natural lipid in the fluid lining the lungs inhibits influenza infections. Supplements of this molecule, known POPG, could be an important approach for the treatment and prevention of the flu.
National Jewish Health (NJH) announced that Jordan Abbott, M.D., is the recipient of the CSL Behring – National Jewish Health Fellowship in Immunology for 2011.
The Kunsberg School, on the campus of National Jewish Health, will be honored October 17 at a White House reception with Michelle Obama for creating an environment that helps children learn about healthy food choices and being physically active. Kunsberg has been selected by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) as a winner of its Gold Award of Distinction, the highest honor for this program, and will participate in a HealthierUS School Challenge Celebration at the White House.
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