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Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):552

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January 2019
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Ovarian Cancer Survival in Missouri, 1996-2014.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):542-547

Eduardo J. Simoes, MD, MSc, is in University of Missouri School of Medicine, Department of Health Management and Informatics, Columbia, Missouri.

We evaluated relative survival (RS) for ovarian cancer (OC) overall, by demographic and by clinicopathological characteristics in Missouri. Survival data from the Missouri Cancer Registry were obtained for cases diagnosed 1996-2014. An improved OC survival, especially in late stage, was observed in the study period. Read More

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January 2019
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Direct Anterior Total Hip Arthroplasty.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):537-541

Gregory R. Galakatos, MD, MSMA member since 1997, is the Missouri Medicine Editorial Board member for Orthopaedic Surgery. He practices at the Mercy Clinic in Orthopaedic Surgery in St. Louis, Missouri.

The direct anterior approach to the hip for total joint arthroplasty has been suggested to have several advantages compared to other popular approaches through its use of a natural intramuscular and intra-nervous interval. Recent emphasis on tissue sparing and minimally invasive outpatient joint replacements has given rise to a significant increase in the utilization of direct anterior total hip arthroplasty (DAA). Proponents of this approach cite improved recovery times, lower pain levels, improved patient satisfaction as well as improved accuracy on both implant placement/alignment and leg length restoration. Read More

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January 2019
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Operationalizing Population Health Management in Practice.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):533-536

Mario Schootman, PhD, FACE, is with the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, College for Public Health and Social Justice, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri.

We synthesized practitioner perspectives on how to integrate a community-based program into a healthcare system. Three focus groups and four in-depth interviews in Greene County, Missouri addressed: the population served, collaborations, service delivery design, training, data collection, and funding. Participants identified the following: integration as a way to increase population health outcomes through mutually beneficial partnerships; education and awareness of community-based resources; coordination of services to avoid duplication and maximize niche skills; smooth transitions across programs; and information sharing. Read More

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January 2019
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Sleep Medicine: Stroke and Sleep.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):527-532

Madihah Hepburn, MD, Pradeep C. Bollu, MD, Pradeep Sahota, MD, MSMA member since 2003, and Brandi French, MD, are in the Department of Neurology, University of Missouri - Columbia.

Cerebrovascular disease encompassing both ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes are among the leading causes of disability and mortality globally. The current evidence strongly suggests that identifying and addressing sleep disorders should be a part of both primary and secondary stroke prevention. Stroke and sleep are 'bedfellows' since sleep disorders, including sleep-disordered breathing, parasomnias, sleep-related movement disorders, insomnia, and hypersomnia are intimately intertwined with co-morbid cardiovascular conditions and increase stroke risk. Read More

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January 2019
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One Picture = 1,000 Words.

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Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):526

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January 2019
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Beta Blocker Eye Drops Have Dramatically Helped My Severe Migraines.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):525

Carolyn Csongradi has a BS in chemistry from UC-Berkeley, Master degrees in neurosciences, and also education from Stanford University. She is a former adjunct faculty member of Santa Clara University.

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January 2019
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Topical Beta Blockers for the Treatment of Acute Migraines in 2019.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):522-524

John C. Hagan, III, MD, MSMA member since 1977, is a Kansas City ophthalmologist.

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January 2019
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Answering the Call: A Prospective Look at the Role of Timolol Eye Drops in the Treatment of Acute Migraine Attacks.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):520-521

Matthew Cossack, MD, was a Senior Resident in Ophthalmology at UMKC School of Medicine when the study was done. He is now in private practice at Essentia Health, Duluth, Minnesota.

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January 2019
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USPSTF: Skin Cancer Screening Recommendations.

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Mirna Becevic

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):517

Show-Me ECHO Missouri Telehealth Network, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. Jonathan Dyer, MD, Pediatric Dermatology, MSMA Member since 2006 and Karen Edison, MD, Dermatolgical Cancer/Disease, MSMA Member since 1991 at the University of Missouri Department of Dermatology Columbia, Missouri.

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January 2019
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Errata.

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Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):517

[This corrects the article on p. 230 in vol. 115, PMID: 30228728. Read More

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January 2019
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More Thoughts on Value of USPSTF Recommendations.

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William Houck

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):517

Obstetrics & Gynecology, Chesterfield, Missouri, MSMA Member since 1985.

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January 2019
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Clarification.

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Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):517

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January 2019
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Missouri Medicine in the News.

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Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):516

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January 2019
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MSMA Alliance Full Court Press Against Opioids.

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Gillian Waltman

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):512-513

Gillian Waltman is the 2018-2019 MSMA Alliance President and Professor, Ophthalmology, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri.

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January 2019
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A Meta Strada Li… "Halfway There".

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Joseph A Corrado

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):511

Joseph A. Corrado, MD, FACS, a surgeon from Mexico, Mo., and MSMA member since 1982, is MSMA President for 2018-2019.

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January 2019
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Rolling the Iron Dice.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):508-510

Charles W. Van Way, III, MD, FACS, FCCP, FCCM, MSMA member since 1989, Missouri/AMA Delegate, Missouri Medicine Contributing Editor, Emeritus Professor of Surgery, University of Missouri - Kansas City, retired U.S. Medical Corps, Army Reserve Colonel.

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January 2019
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A Look Back on an AMA Presidency.

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David Barbe

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):506-507

David O. Barbe, MD, MHA, MSMA member since 1985, is the American Medical Association Immediate Past President and a Family Physician from Mountain Grove, Missouri.

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January 2019
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Young Physician Leaders Represent MSMA at AMA.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):505

Nita Kohli, MD, MPH, MSMA member since 2018, is the American College of Mohs Surgery representative to AMA-YPS and Dermatology Section Council. She is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.

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January 2019
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Physician Advocacy: The AMA Interim Meeting 2018.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):502-504

Charles W. Van Way, III, MD, FACS, FCCP, FCCM, MSMA member since 1989, Missouri/AMA Delegate, and Missouri Medicine Contributing Editor, is Emeritus Professor of Surgery, University of Missouri - Kansas City.

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January 2019
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Despite Distractions, Legislators Look to Address Opioid Crisis.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):499-500

Jonathan Patterson, MD, MSMA member since 2011, is a private practice general surgeon in Kansas City. He was just elected to the 30th District in the Missouri House of Representatives.

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January 2019
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Greet Your Physician Legislators.

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Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):497

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January 2019
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MSMA Membership Is Vital for All State Physicians.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):496-497

Jeffrey G. Copeland, MD, MSMA member since 1988, MSMA Past President, and Missouri Medicine Contributing Editor, is a plastic surgeon in St. Charles Mo.

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January 2019
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Forecast for 2019 Legislative Session.

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Heidi Geisbuhler

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):494-495

Heidi Geisbuhler is the Director of Legislative Affairs.

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January 2019
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Resident Access to the St. Louis County Prescription Drug Monitoring Program: Why PDMPs Matter and How to Gain Access.

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):487-493

Julia Lange, MD, is a PGY-2 Emergency Medicine Resident; Gary Gaddis, MD, PhD, MSMA member since 2002, is Professor of Emergency Medicine; and Evan Schwarz, MD, FACEP, FACMT, MSMA member since 2014, is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Section Chief Medical Toxicology, Division of Emergency Medicine; all are at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. At the Saint Louis County Department of Public Health, Spring Schmidt, PhD(c), is the Acting Director; Emily varner, MPH, is the PDMP Coordinator; and Rachel Cohen, MPH, is the Public Health Coordinator.

Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPSs) permit physicians to determine whether patients obtained addictive substances from multiple physicians or pharmacies. In April 2017, the Saint Louis County Department of Public Health created its own PDMP. This manuscript evaluates evidence regarding the efficacy of PDMPs, in addition to discussing their impact on patient care and a provider's workflow. Read More

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January 2019
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The Problem with the Current High Potency THC Marijuana from the Perspective of an Addiction Psychiatrist.

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Elizabeth Stuyt

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):482-486

Elizabeth 'Libby' Stuyt, MD, is a board certified Addiction Psychiatrist and a Senior Instructor for the University of Colorado Health Science Program, Department of Psychiatry. She is the medical director for a 90-inpatient dual diagnosis treatment program in Pueblo, Colorado.

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January 2019
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Big Tobacco, Big Opioid, Big Weed: The Successful Commercialization of Habituation & Addiction.

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John C Hagan

Mo Med 2018 Nov-Dec;115(6):476-480

John C. Hagan, III, MD, FACS, FAAO, MSMA member since 1975, is a Kansas City, Missouri, ophthalmologist and Missouri Medicine Editor since 2000. He is a multi-year Super Diamond Contributor to MMPAC.

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January 2019
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Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):471

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November 2018
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Giant Cell Arteritis: 2018 Review.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):468-470

David True, DO, FACR, practices rheumatology in Southwest Missouri and has been principal investigator in multiple clinical trials.

Giant cell arteritis is the most common large vessel vasculitis. Classic symptoms include headaches, scalp tenderness, visual loss and muscle stiffness and pain. First line treatment is with high dose steroids but methotrexate may be of some help in decreasing steroid use. Read More

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November 2018
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The Potential of Quantum Computing and Machine Learning to Advance Clinical Research and Change the Practice of Medicine.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):463-467

Jay Brieler, MD, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri.

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November 2018
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A Cross-Sectional Study of Firearm Injuries in Emergency Department Patients.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):456-462

Heather de Anda, MD, Taylor Dibble, Charles Schlaepfer, Randi Foraker, PhD, and Kristen Mueller, MD, are affiliated with the Washington University in Saint Louis School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri.

This is a single-center cross-sectional study of consecutive patients who presented to an urban emergency department (ED) with firearm injuries between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2016. The objective of this study was to describe the characteristics of patients in this cohort and identify those at risk of firearm re-injury to inform future interventions. Patients in this cohort with both initial and recidivistic firearm injures were found to be predominately young, African American men. Read More

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November 2018
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Mass Casualty Incident Management.

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Salman Ahmad

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):451-455

Salman Ahmad, MD, FACS, is Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical Director Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Acute Care Surgery Division, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri Healthcare, Columbia, Missouri.

A mass casualty incident (MCI) by definition can overwhelm local and regional resources. Preparation and training is required by any health system to minimize the loss of life and maximize patient recovery. This update will review lessons learned from recent events and discuss current research that healthcare providers should be familiar with when managing MCI's. Read More

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November 2018
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Simulation Training in Trauma.

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Jacob A Quick

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):447-450

Jacob A. Quick, MD, FACS, is Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Acute Care Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri.

Trauma care is the classic high-acuity event for which simulation training has the potential to greatly improve outcomes. While not a new concept, the variability and availability of training modalities in trauma continues to rapidly multiply. Spanning the continuum of fidelity, simulation extends from simple trauma scenario discussion, to advanced virtual reality experiences. Read More

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November 2018
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Evaluation and Management of the Burn Patient: A Case Study and Review.

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Jeffrey S Litt

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):443-446

Jeffrey S. Litt, DO, FACS, is Assistant Professor of Surgery, Burn Director, Division of Acute Care Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri.

Advances in the management of burn patients have contributed to significant improvements in morbidity and mortality over the last century. The physiologic insult from this injury pattern, however, still requires extensive surgical intervention, resuscitation and multidisciplinary care. This paper will review the standard of care of these patients in the context of a recent case study from our institution. Read More

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November 2018
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Pediatric Trauma Update.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):438-442

Dane C. Paneitz, MS3, and Salman Ahmad, MD, FACS, Assistant Professor of Surgery, are in the Division of Acute Care Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri.

Trauma is the leading cause of mortality in children, accounting for over 11,000 deaths and more than 8 million nonfatal injuries in 2015 for ages 1-19 years.1 Current issues garnering particular attention and research efforts include traumatic brain injury (TBI), blunt solid organ injuries, imaging guidelines and trauma-induced coagulopathy. This article reviews the evaluation and management of the pediatric trauma patient while focusing on recent updates. Read More

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November 2018
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New Advances in the Care of the Hemorrhaging Patient.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):434-437

Tessa N. Woods, DO, PGY-6 Surgical Critical Care Fellow, Keela R. Scott, MS3, and Jacob A. Quick, MD, FACS, are in the Division of Acute Care Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri.

Thirty-three percent of early traumatic deaths are secondary to hemorrhage. In addition to timing to source control, the literature has seen a surge of research on adjuncts in hemorrhage control. This review focuses on three of the latest interventions in the management of the bleeding patient; an endovascular aortic occlusive balloon, tranexamic acid (TXA), and updates to the massive transfusion protocol. Read More

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November 2018
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Initial Evaluation and Management of the Injured Patient.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):429-433

Jeffrey Coughenour, MD FACS, is Associate Professor of Surgery, Trauma Medical Director, Division of Acute Care Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri.

This update is a conversation with our trauma medical director about the initial evaluation and management of the injured patient. After a brief historical perspective, we discuss the immediate treatment of life-threatening injuries at local hospitals within the context of definitive care at a level 1 trauma center. Our journey is colored by recent cases we have treated at our institution with the hope that we save more Missourian lives. Read More

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November 2018
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Overview: Management of the Injured Patient.

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Salman Ahmad

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):428

Salman Ahmad, MD, FACS, is Assistant Professor of Surgery, Medical Director Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Acute Care Surgery Division, Department of Surgery, University of Missouri Healthcare, Columbia, Missouri.

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November 2018
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A Triplicate Mission to Improve Lives.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):425-427

Jerry C. Parker, PhD, is Associate Dean for Research, Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri.

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November 2018
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Always in Motion.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):422-423

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November 2018
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Missouri Medicine in the News.

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Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):420-421

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November 2018
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Sulla Strada di Nuovo… "On the Road Again".

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Joseph A Corrado

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):418-419

Joseph A. Corrado, MD, FACS, a surgeon from Mexico, Mo., and MSMA member since 1982, is MSMA President for 2018-2019.

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November 2018
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What We Owe To Each Other.

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):416-417

Frances Mei Hardin, MD, MSMA member since 2017, is in the Department of Otolaryngology, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. Above, she is shown as MSMA Physician of the Day at the Missouri Capitol in 2018.

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November 2018
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Artificial Intelligence and the Softer Side of Medicine.

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Joseph A Craft

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):406-409

Joseph A. Craft, III, MD, FACC, MSMA member since 2004, is Past President, St. Louis Metropolitan Medical Society, and is a cardiologist at the Heart Health Center at St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri.

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November 2018
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Marijuana Use in the Era of Changing Cannabis Laws: What Are the Risks? Who is Most at Risk?

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):398-404

Joseph M. Malters, MD, is with The Dermatology Center, Rolla, Missouri.

We review recent findings on medical aspects of marijuana use in order to identify those who are at greatest risk of marijuana-related medical problems. We analyze the impact of medical marijuana laws on health, in particular the disproportionate effects on adolescents and children. Chronic marijuana use predominantly affects certain areas of the brain that overlap the default mode network, linked hubs in the brain that play a supervisory role in critical thought processes such as attention, memory, and social interactions. Read More

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November 2018
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"Bad Law" equals "Bad Public Policy": Why Three Missouri Medical Marijuana Ballots Issues Need to Be Voted Down.

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Cynthia A Walsh

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):394-396

Cynthia A. Walsh, MA, JD, is certified in Health Care Ethics by the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Department and is an accredited veteran's attorney through the Veterans Administration. Since 2014 she has been working to address the growing crisis of state legalization of marijuana.

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November 2018
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Don't Let Medicine in Missouri Go to Pot: Oppose Sham Medical Marijuana Referenda on November 2018 Ballot.

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John C Hagan

Mo Med 2018 Sep-Oct;115(5):392-393

John C. Hagan, III, MD, FACS, FAAO, MSMA member since 1975, is a Kansas City, Missouri, ophthalmologist and Missouri MedicineEditor since 2000. He is a multi-year Super Diamond Contributor to MMPAC.

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November 2018
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