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Good Press: AARC Members in the News

March 28, 2011

Check out our latest list of newsmakers—

Robert Dutruch
Robert Dutruch

Mark Millard
Dr. Mark Millard

Bill Vogel
Bill Vogel

Mary Pat Tanz
Mary Pat Tanz

Ron McFadyen
Ron McFadyen

  • Robert Dutruch is featured in this article on NOLA.com for a photo exhibit of the Haitian people he put together for a local art center after traveling to the country along with fellow member Frank Caminita to set up donated ventilators in a field hospital last year. Read more about their experiences in the aftermath of the earthquake in our web story from Feb. of 2010.
  • In our last Good Press we included a TV segment featuring Amy Owens talking about an upcoming medical mission to Honduras. In this follow up, Amy shares her experiences with the robotic surgery that enabled her to make the trip–
  • Dr. Mark Millard is noted for taking part in new study aimed at determining the effects of breathing training on panic attacks in this article on ALLVOICES.com. The study will enroll 120 patients in a four week breathing training program.
  • Bill Vogel talks about his hospital’s screening program for sleep apnea in this article in Health Leaders Media. “We felt we were missing a lot of people who had sleep apnea,” he was quoted as saying. “If patients were coming in for a hip replacement, they weren’t saying, ‘By the way, I have sleep apnea.’” The story quotes the AARC on sleep statistics as well.
  • Mary Pat Tanz is noted for her participation on a panel convened to discuss air quality issues in her community in this article in the Ardmore-Merion-Wynnewood Patch out of Pennsylvania.
  • Ron Mcfadyen comments on free radon detectors being made available in his community in this article in the Drayton Valley Western Review out of Alberta, Canada. "Raising public awareness is a big part of this initiative because many people aren't familiar with radon or the risks it can bring," he was quoted as saying.
  • Students from Texas Southern University are featured for working with their local Rotary Club to prepare ambu bags for shipping to less fortunate institutions around the world in this article in the college newsletter.
 
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