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Darren Sigal, MD, a hematologist and oncologist at Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center, recently discussed a new liver cancer drug being tested at Scripps.
David Shaw, MD, a cardiologist, recently spoke to NBC 7 about findings in his research that shows methamphetamine-related heart failure cases are on the rise.
Brian Rebolledo, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Scripps Clinic, offers tips on alleviating hip pain, including minimally invasive hip surgery.
Scripps Mercy nurse supervisor Mary Prehoden recently spoke with 10 News in support of a state bill that aims to protect hospital workers against violence.
Hugh Greenway, a dermatologist at Scripps, was featured on CBS 8, discussing a study that found how chemicals in sunscreen get into the bloodstream.
10 News recently featured a bone cancer patient who nearly lost his ability to walk until a Scripps orthopedic surgeon operated on him using a new device.
Scripps Clinic primary care physicians recently took to the airwaves to warn people to be wary of measles, how it can spread and who should be vaccinated.
John C. Carson, a longtime Scripps cardiologist who passed away recently, remembered in a story in The San Diego Union-Tribune for his many achievements.
Sandy Marriott Bertha, a local philanthropist, was recently featured in the Del Mar Times for her international work and donations to Scripps Encinitas.
David Miller, MD, a primary care doctor at Scripps, discusses the latest measles outbreaks across the United States and what it means for San Diego.