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Continuous Ultrasound Treatment with Chlorine Washing with Arne Pearlstein, Ph.D., and Hao Feng, Ph.D.Arne Pearlstein received all of his degrees (B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.) at UCLA in engineering. He is a professor in the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His research is in the area of fluid dynamics, and his work has been supported by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, NASA, the Office of Naval Research, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, several corporations (including IBM), and now by the Department of Agriculture.Dr. Hao Feng is an associate professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has concentrated his research over the last 10 years on applying novel chemical and physical methods to enhancing microbial safety of fresh produce. Dr. Feng has worked on four USDA supported projects totaling .8 million.1. Introduction.2. What are the pathogen risks inherent in fresh vegetable production?3. What are the common risk minimization strategies?4. What is continuous ultrasonic treatment?5. Description of the pilot-scale project.6. Preliminary results of method.7. Potential for the application of technology.8. Other projects and studies.9. Conclusion.Contact:Arne Pearlstein, Ph.D.ProfessorUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign266 Mechanical Engineering Bldg1206 W. Green, Urbana IL 61801(217) email@example.comHao Feng, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Food and Bioprocess EngineeringDepartment of Food Science and Human NutritionUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign382F-AESB, 1304 W Pennsylvania AveUrbana, IL 61801, USATel: (217) 244-2571 (O)firstname.lastname@example.org
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At 9pm - Special Guest Judy Dean is a board certified diagnostic radiologist who has specialized in women’s imaging for over 25 years. She was a fellow in ultrasound and body imaging at Stanford University, and subsequently a faculty radiologist at Stanford. Dr. Dean has been in private practice since 1987. Because of her interest in ultrasound she joined a research project in 2005 for ultrasound detection of breast cancer, and has co-authored peer-reviewed publications on the results of that trial. To date Dr. Dean has interpreted over 10,000 Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound studies, and detected dozens of small occult invasive breast cancers using ultrasound. She has three daughters and lives with her husband, who is also a physician.
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Joe Baker, founder and president of Save The Storks, is creative, bold, unashamed of the Gospel, dedicated to the cause of life, and so much more. As the leader of this ministry, Joe has a passion to show women the truth about abortion in a compassionate, caring way that reflects the love of Christ. He works hard to establish relationships with pregnancy centers that will impact the women in their cities through the power of ultrasound and a caring and supportive community.
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Nancy has over 30 year’s experience as an event planner, marketing director, volunteer coordinator, and small business owner. Her story with cancer began in August 2007, when her oldest son, Michael was diagnosed with Stage I Testicular Cancer. As a mother, she spent her life wanting the best for her children and dreaming that they would be whatever they wanted to be when they grew up. Of course there are the expected bumps and bruises along the way, but never did she imagine what it would be like to fight for her son’s life. In August 2007, Michael felt a lump and at first ignored it. Eventually he agreed to an ultrasound and as he walked out into the waiting room following the procedure it was as if time stood still. Michael’s words “I have cancer and we are not going to cry about it” were words she would never forget. The following two months included two major surgeries and a good prognosis for his future.
THE WEAPONS OF OUR WARFARE = MICROWAVE / ELECTROMAGNETIC / SCALAR WEAPONS = 2
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in highplaces. EPH 6:12
The results of the second test were never published. It is rather evident that in those experiments the messages were sent into human brain in ultrasound frequencies which the human brain perceives, but of which the subject is unaware. Dr. Robert Becker, due to those publications and his refusal to support the building of the antennae for the communication with submarines in brain frequencies, lost financial support for his research which meant an end to his scientific career.
Transmitting human speech into the human brain by means of electromagnetic waves is apparently, for the researchers, one of the most difficult tasks. It must be much easier to control human emotions which motivate human thinking, decision making and actions. People who claim to be victims of experiments with those devices complain, aside of hearing voices, of false feelings (including orgasms) as well of aches of internal organs which the physicians are unable to diagnose.
Keyboardist, record producer, and songwriter Doctor Fink won two Grammy Awards in 1985 for the motion picture soundtrack album for “Purple Rain”, in which he appeared. He received another Grammy in 1986 for the album “Parade: Music from the Motion Picture ‘Under the Cherry Moon’”, the eighth studio album by Prince and The Revolution. Matt also has two American Music Awards for “Purple Rain”, which has sold over 25 million copies worldwide since its release.
Doctor Fink continued working with Prince until 1991 as an early member of the New Power Generation. He was also a member of the jazz-fusion band, Madhouse, which was produced by Prince and Eric Leeds, Prince’s saxophonist. Notable work with Prince includes co-writing credits on the songs “Dirty Mind”, “Computer Blue”, “17 Days”, “America”, and “It’s Gonna Be a Beautiful Night,” as well as performing credits on the albums “Dirty Mind”, “Controversy”, “1999″, “Purple Rain”, “Around the World in a Day”, “Parade”, “Sign ‘O’ the Times”, “The Black Album”, and “Lovesexy”. Doctor Fink’s performances have also appeared on releases for Lipps Inc., The Time, Vanity 6, and many more.
Following his work with Prince, Doctor Fink built his own full service recording studio facility, StarVu Studio’s in Minneapolis, where he honed his skills as a producer and mixing engineer. He has worked on many different projects, from video game soundtracks to session and production work for artists in the U.S. and abroad. Doctor Fink also released two Sony Acid Loop Libraries entitled “Doctor Fink’s Funk Factory” and “Matt Fink StarVu Session Keys”. He released an album in 2001 called “Ultrasound”.
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Is there any place for spirituality in Hollywood or has Heaven hit the highway in Tinseltown? Hear the answer from Robert Joseph, author of "Words From The Spirit". Robert earned a BA in African & African-American Studies from Stanford University, and worked as a legal clerk before moving to LA to become a professional actor in theater, film and on TV for 15 years. The LA Times praised his work in the theatre. He made his feature film debut in "Luck of the Draw" in 2000. www.wordsfromtheSpirit.com
Have you attended a Baby Gender Reveal Party yet? Learn all about it from Carey Wickersham, author of "The Wonder Within You: Celebrating your baby's jouney from conception to birth." Her book captures the life-changing moments throughout nine months of pregnancy, with practical advice, empowering tips, and week-by-week 3-D ultrasound images of the baby's growth, a pregnancy calendar, plus web links and QR codes that take you to incredible ultrasound videos. www.thewonderwithinyou.com
Today, my guest is Michael Ahern. He is a wedding minister is Laguna Beach CA. He was having so much pain as he went up and down the steps to get to the beach in Lagna Beach to do weddings, so he sought help through our current medical care system in this country. His story shines the light upon the U.S. Health Care System, and his doctor has a word for all of us. The medical profession is trapped in a book of codes. Learn about these codes and then learn about your code! And activate your code.
In the U.S., when we ask about radiation in medical imaging, we are usually just told not to worry about it. “It’s less radiation than you get flying across the Atlantic.” “The benefits of imaging outweigh the risks.”
All that is true, and yet, we can’t helping worrying a bit.
There are people in the world who take this question very seriously, none more than Dr. Madan Rehani, Director of Radiation Protection at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria. Dr. Rehani and his colleagues have studied the use of radiation in medicine worldwide and are working to optimize its use.
In this interview, Joyce speaks with Dr. Rehani about radiation in medical imaging.
Medical imaging that uses ionizing radiation include Computed Tomography (CT), Mammography, and Fluoroscopy. The first question to ask is: is this the best type of imaging test to use to answer the medical question? Or might another modality that does not use ionizing radiation (such as MRI or Ultrasound) be used instead? Often MRI or Ultrasound will do the job just as well. But there are circumstances where CT is in fact needed:
Dr Rehani talks about the recent advances in standardizing the terminology and calculations used by the various manufacturers of CT machines.
CT dose index (CTDI)
Dose Length Product (DLP)
giving us standard measures of the radiation delivered to the patient.
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On the Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 broadcast at 2PM PT/5PM ET our special guest is breast surgeon, #BCSM co-moderator, teacher, advocate, writer, organic vegetable gardener & 'gluten-free' Deanna Attai, MD aka @DrAttai.
Dr. Attai is a board-certified surgeon practicing in Southern California. She is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and is an active member of the American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBrS). She is the Secretary /Treasurer and a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Society, and also serves as Chair of the Communications Committee. She is certified by the American Society of Breast Surgeons for the performance of breast ultrasound, and is an ultrasound instructor for the American College of Surgeons. Her private practice, The Center For Breast Care, Inc, is accredited by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
An ardent proponent for patient education and empowerment, Dr. Attai is frequently sought out by local and national media for her thoughts on breast disease, diagnosis and treatment. She is a regular contributor to social media sites and is a co-moderator for #BCSM – Breast Cancer Social Media – a popular breast cancer support community based on Twitter.
A native of New York, Dr. Attai grew up in a medical family. Her father is a retired cardiac surgeon, and her mother, godmother and aunt are registered nurses. In addition to running her practice, teaching and speaking, Dr. Attai is an avid organic vegetable gardener and an enthusiastic cook.