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Monthly Archives: September 2014
Fifth Avenue Concierge Medicine featured in 21 Century Business Insights, “the first and the leading Chinese Business Magazine in the U.S. market” (21CBIUS – 21世紀經濟導報)
Fifth Avenue Concierge Medicine, is very pleased to announce that 21 Century Business Insights, “the first and the leading Chinese Business Magazine in the U.S. market”, is featuring us in its October edition. Following a recent trend, 21 Century Business Insights (October 2014) has a Special Issue on U.S. bound medical tourism for UHNW/HNW Chinese patients. The piece on Fifth Avenue Concierge Medicine and other private, doctor-owned consulting and clinical services catering to the Chinese market is posted here. The entire October 2014 issue can be read here. The … Continue reading
裴莫许医学博士的简历 最后更新时间: 2014年9月17日 http://psychiatryneurology.net/cn/cv/ www.FifthAvenueConciergeMedicine.com www.第五大道医疗咨询.com 裴莫许博士是一位经验丰富的精神分析精神病学家、精神药理学家、神经学家和法医专家。他在曼哈顿上东区进行私人执业，还在中国的北京、上海和法国巴黎的分支机构提供国际临床诊疗服务。他是“第五大道医疗咨询（前身为环球医疗咨询）的创始人和医学总监。第五大道医疗咨询是一家专为少数尊享个人和家庭客户提供私人健康咨询和管家式医疗服务的公司。
Week in China: Survey from China Youth Daily late last year found that 67% of respondents did not trust doctors’ diagnoses or recommended treatments
Survey from China Youth Daily late last year found that 67% of respondents did not trust doctors’ diagnoses or recommended treatments (a hefty 252,283 respondents took part, making it a pretty representative sample). Continue reading
“There have been many such unexplained events. Some of them have been caused by agents such as virus that were discovered later, such as von economo encephalitis, others by vaccines, most have been unexplained medically and assumed to be mass hysteria” Continue reading
Use of bilateral mastectomy increased significantly throughout California from 1998 through 2011 and was not associated with lower mortality than that achieved with breast-conserving surgery plus radiation.
September 2014, Vol 312, No. 9 > < Previous ArticleNext Article > Original Investigation | September 3, 2014 Use of and Mortality After Bilateral Mastectomy Compared With Other Surgical Treatments for Breast Cancer in California, 1998-2011 FREE Allison W. Kurian, MD, MSc1,2; Daphne Y. Lichtensztajn, MD, MPH3; Theresa H. M. Keegan, PhD2,3; David O. Nelson, PhD2,3; Christina A. Clarke, PhD2,3; Scarlett L. Gomez, PhD2,3 [+] Author Affiliations JAMA. 2014;312(9):902-914. doi:10.1001/jama.2014.10707. Text Size: A A A Article Figures Tables Supplemental Content References ABSTRACT ABSTRACT | INTRODUCTION | METHODS | RESULTS | DISCUSSION | CONCLUSIONS |ARTICLE INFORMATION | REFERENCES Importance Bilateral mastectomy is increasingly used to treat unilateral breast cancer. Because it may have medical and psychosocial complications, a better understanding of its use and … Continue reading
Bowlby was a careful observer. His entire volume on Loss spoke to the power of early childhood adversity and later life. More recently, a pediatric nephrologist at Kaiser in collaboration with others has shown that early childhood adversities, including loss, results in later adulthood medical ailments (Filetti et al); and Szajnberg and Massie followed Brodie’s cohort at thirty years to demonstrate this clinically.
Yet, Preter and Klein, citing the work of others, have shown pharmacological evidence of what appears to be a lifelong disorder in opiodergic systems due to childhood loss. Continue reading