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Alex Trebek Takes Medical Leave From ‘Jeopardy!’ After Undergoing Brain Surgery in L.A.

“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek is taking a break from the popular game show to recover from brain surgery.

Trebek said he is taking medical leave after undergoing surgery to remove a subdural hematoma that formed after he fell and hit his head in October. 132 more words

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Regina M. Brown, RN

Regina M. Brown, RN, attended Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa, and was awarded her nursing degree in 1977. She remains at the forefront of her challenging field via memberships and affiliations with prestigious professional societies and associations, such as the American Nurses Association, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, the California Nurses Association, and the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses. 94 more words

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Regina M. Brown, RN, is a well-versed registered nurse who attends to patients as Certified Post-Anesthesia Nurse in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit/PACU at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. 143 more words

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6-Year-Old Dodgers Superfan Roots on World Series-Bound Team While Undergoing Cancer Treatment

The Los Angeles Dodgers will have many fans rooting for them when they play in the World Series for their first championship in 29 years, but a young girl undergoing treatment for Leukemia at a local hospital will be among their biggest. 440 more words

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Can Stem Cell Therapies Help ALS Patients?

A scientist’s fifteen-year journey to develop a stem cell-based therapy that could one day help ALS patients.

“Can stem cells help me Clive?”

The sentence appeared slowly on a computer screen, each character separated by a pause while its author searched for the next character using a device controlled by his eye muscle. 2,079 more words

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'Grey's Anatomy' Actress Kate Walsh Reveals Brain Tumor Diagnosis

Actress Kate Walsh, best known for her role in the TV series “Grey’s Anatomy,” went public on Monday with a brain tumor diagnosis in 2015. 666 more words

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