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Medical Monday 7.7.14: Nonsurgical Treatment for Dupuytren’s Contracture

| July 10, 2014

Millions of Americans suffer with a disease that can lead to the permanent bending of fingers. It’s called Duputren’s (DOO-PA-TREN’S) Contracture. In this week’s Medical Monday, Shawn Cunningham talks to one man who’s hand mobility has been restored thanks to a nonsurgical procedure offered at Cary Medical Center. Raynold (RAIN-OLD) Blair is looking forward to […]

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Local Hospital C.E.O. Returns From Testifying in D.C. About Project ARCH

| June 24, 2014

Kris Doody has a heart for veterans and always will. The C.E.O. of Cary Medical Center was in Washington D.C. last week testifying in front of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs – sharing about the successes of Project ARCH here in the county. “It’s very easy to talk about Project Arch and what we’ve […]

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Cary Medical Center Launching Kids Cooking Program

| May 13, 2014

Turning county kids into chefs – that’s the idea behind the Cary Kids Cook program – which was unveiled Tuesday morning. Cary Medical Center will be working with the faith based community to teach middle school aged kids to cook healthy foods for themselves and their families. “Different skills that aren’t being taught in schools […]

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Medical Monday 4.7.14: Cary Medical Wins Breast Cancer Health Award

| April 8, 2014

A local healthcare site is getting some national recognition for their efforts in treating breast cancer patients. Its this week’s Medical Monday with Shawn Cunningham. Its been a year since opening, and already Cary Medical’s Women’s Imaging Center has gotten notice and an accolade not only from patients, but the national healthcare community. The site […]

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Medical Monday 11.25.13: New Multiple Sclerosis Rehab Program at Cary Medical Center

| November 26, 2013

A new program aimed at helping county patients living with multiple sclerosis is set to launch at Cary Medical Center.  Patients who sign up for the rehab program might be ONE STEP closer to self sufficiency. Michelle Slike and Molly Thornton are testing out the new lite gait equipment that will help many multiple sclerosis […]

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