November Newsmakers

November 17, 2014
By: Karen E. Butler, Director of Communications, DCI

Optimizing HER2 Therapy In Early and Advanced Breast Cancer (The ASCO Post) 
Features Kimberly Blackwell, MD.  

Major Strides Found This Year In Survivorship Care (The ASCO Post)
Features Arif H. Kamal, MD.  

Lexington Couple Gets Duke Cancer Institute's Shingleton Award (The Dispatch)

Polio-Rhinovirus Conjugate Shows Promise in Early Recurrent Glioblastoma Trial (Cancer Network)
Features Annick Desjardins, MD

Duke Protocol Reduces Colorectal SSIs by 75 Percent (Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News)
Features surgical oncologist Christopher R. Mantyh, MD

Co-Rounding’ Decreases Patient Length of Stay (Oncology Report)
Features medical oncologist Richard F. Riedel, MD 

Duke Revolutionizes Cancer Care, Garners National Attention (The Chronicle)
Features medical oncologist Richard F. Riedel, MD and palliative medicine specialist Anthony Galanos, MD 

Battle of the 'Staches Raises Money For Men's Health (Scientific American Blog Network)
Features MoDukes 

Brachytherapy Suite Reduces Need for Hospital Stay (Duke Medicine)
Features Junzo Chino, MD 

AAAS Recognizes Five Duke Faculty with Fellow Distinction (The Chronicle)
Features Christopher Counter, PhD

Mustaches for Movember (Duke Medicine Blog)
Article features Andrew Armstrong, MD, and Michael Ferrandino, MD