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Robotic Surgery; Pros and Cons
Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment and Robotic Radical Prostatectomy - Research on Aging
National recognized expert, Christopher Kane, MD, Urology Chief, UCSD Medical Center, reviews Prostate Cancer epidemiology and risk assessment information such as serum PSA, clinical stage, Gleason grade and biopsy information. He also reviews the stage and risk migration that has occurred throughout the PSA era. Finally, Dr. Kane reviewed robotic radical prostatectomy and how this exciting new technology is applied to prostate cancer surgery.
*Series: SIRA (Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging) [5/2008] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 14199]
Minimally invasive intracorporeal suturing is a stressful task. Compounding the stress of this technical challenge are the significant cognitive challenges for the laparoscopic surgeon who must overcome the physical separation of the visual and physical aspects of the operation. The surgeons must blend or bring together the view on the display and the mechanical feedback from the arms and hands in order to dexterously manipulate the tissues. Stereoscopic vision of da Vinci robot provides a significant advantage during when table drills of increasing complexity are performed with the robotic system in 3D mode compared to 2D mode. World Laparoscopy Hospital is the pioneer institute to provide da Vinci robotic surgery training. For more information log on to: http://www.laparoscopyhospital.com/roboticsurgerytraining.html
Kidney Stones Robotic Surgery Part 1 & 2
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Donate to: "We Are The World 25 For Haiti"
"We Are The World 25 For Haiti"
Recorded on February 1st, 2010, in the same studio as the original 25 years earlier (Henson Recording Studios, formerly A&M Recording Studios) "We Are The World 25 For Haiti", in which Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie serve as executive producers and producers, was created in collaboration with executive producers Wyclef Jean, Randy Phillips and Peter Tortorici; producers Humberto Gattica and RedOne; and co-producers Rickey Minor, Mervyn Warren and Patti Austin to benefit the Haitian earthquake relief efforts and the rebuilding of Haiti.
Academy Award-winning writer-director Paul Haggis (Crash, Million Dollar Baby), whose own personal efforts as well as those of Artists for Peace and Justice have already saved countless lives in Haiti, filmed the private recording session to create the accompanying video and behind-the-scenes production, and serves as Film Director and as an Executive Producer with Jones, Richie, Jean, Phillips and Tortorici.
The 25th Anniversary recording features over 80 artists and performers. The recording of We Are The World 25 For Haiti embodied the same enthusiasm, sense of purpose and generosity as the original recording 25 years ago. Every one of the artists who participated, regardless of genre or generation, walked into the room with their hearts and souls completely open to coming together to help the people of Haiti.
"We Are The World" by Supergroup "USA for Africa"
The original song "We Are The World"
By Supergroup "USA for Africa"
Posted with Artists' Names and Lyrics
The idea for the creation of an American benefit single for African famine relief came from activist Harry Belafonte, who, along with fundraiser Ken Kragen, was instrumental in bringing the vision to reality. Several musicians were contacted by the pair, before Jackson and Richie were assigned the task of writing the song. Following several months of working together, the duo completed the writing of "We Are the World" one night before the song's first recording session, in early 1985. The last recording session for the song was held on January 28, 1985. The historic event brought together some of the most famous artists in the music industry at the time.
"We Are the World" received a Quadruple Platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America. However, the song garnered mixed reviews from journalists, music critics, and the public.
Fans loved the song and felt satisfied in buying "We Are the World", knowing that the money was going to charity while other individuals, including many commentators in the rock press, were disappointed that the song did not challenge listeners as to why famines occur in the first place, and felt that the lyrics were self-aggrandizing.
The song was promoted with a critically received music video, a home video, a special edition magazine, a simulcast, and several books, posters, and shirts. The promotion and merchandise aided the success of "We Are the World" and raised over $63 million for humanitarian aid in Africa and the US.
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