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‘Everybody Is Starved for This Information’: What We Heard This Week

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“Based on what we’ve learned about other congenital infections, we suspect these health issues will continue to emerge as these children age.” – Margaret Honein, PhD, MPH, of the CDC Division of Congenital and Developmental Disorders in Atlanta, on outcomes in children exposed to Zika in utero.

“I think everybody in our community is starved for this information.” — Peter Azis, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic, commenting on a study of cardiac arrest risk screening in young athletes.

“People understand the enormous stakes in this nomination fight.” — Nan Aron, founder and president of the Alliance for Justice, on a major effort to defeat the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to be the next Supreme Court justice.

“Brain injury is a dynamic process, not a static process.” — Joseph Fins, MD, of New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center, commenting on new guidelines for treating disorders of consciousness.

“We have to start somewhere.” — Henry Masur, MD, of the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, at an FDA advisory committee meeting on a novel amikacin product for non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections.

“At the zoo, it’s a little more like the Wild West, where you don’t have all your resources and you have to use more of your clinical wit to figure out what’s going on.” — Richard Neal Mitchell, MD, PhD, of Harvard Medical School, on a zoo rotation for medical students.

“While [contralateral prophylactic mastectomy] may be the right option for some women, it does carry burdens for body image and quality of life.” — Alastair M. Thompson, MD, PhD, of MD Anderson Cancer Center, on a study suggesting women opting for the procedure often underestimate its negative effects.

2018-08-10T17:00:00-0400
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'Everybody Is Starved for This Information': What We Heard This Week

Quotable quotes from MedPage Today's sources

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"Based on what we've learned about other congenital infections, we suspect these health issues will continue to emerge as these children age." – Margaret Honein, PhD, MPH, of the CDC Division of Congenital and Developmental Disorders in Atlanta, on outcomes in children exposed to Zika in utero.

"I think everybody in our community is starved for this information." -- Peter Azis, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic, commenting on a study of cardiac arrest risk screening in young athletes.

"People understand the enormous stakes in this nomination fight." -- Nan Aron, founder and president of the Alliance for Justice, on a major effort to defeat the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to be the next Supreme Court justice.

"Brain injury is a dynamic process, not a static process." -- Joseph Fins, MD, of New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center, commenting on new guidelines for treating disorders of consciousness.

"We have to start somewhere." -- Henry Masur, MD, of the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, at an FDA advisory committee meeting on a novel amikacin product for non-tuberculous mycobacterial infections.

"At the zoo, it's a little more like the Wild West, where you don't have all your resources and you have to use more of your clinical wit to figure out what's going on." -- Richard Neal Mitchell, MD, PhD, of Harvard Medical School, on a zoo rotation for medical students.

"While [contralateral prophylactic mastectomy] may be the right option for some women, it does carry burdens for body image and quality of life." -- Alastair M. Thompson, MD, PhD, of MD Anderson Cancer Center, on a study suggesting women opting for the procedure often underestimate its negative effects.

2018-08-10T17:00:00-0400
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