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Einstein Medical Center First in Philadelphia to Offer New Technology for Breast Cancer Patients
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is the first hospital in Philadelphia to offer brand new technology to help breast surgeons achieve clear margins during lumpectomy.
Philadelphia Medicine - Spring 2016

Einstein Helathcare Network Celebrates 150 years of Compassionate Care
Einstein Healthcare Network marks its 150th anniversary in 2016 with a year of events, including an anniversary bash with a performance by legendary singer Diana Ross and hosted by award-winning stage and screen actor Jason Alexander.
Philadelphia Medicine - Spring 2016

Innovative Tool Enhances Breast Cancer Care
Surgeons at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia are using a new device to detect cancer cells during lumpectomies, reducing the risk of repeat operations by up to 50 percent.
America's Essential Hospitals - March 30, 2016

Einstein Event Focuses on Gray Matters
The brain is the crown jewel of the human body, controlling our intelligence, senses, body movements and behaviors.
Jewish Exponent - March 16, 2016

Einstein event delves into the inner workings of the brain
What makes the brain tick? That was the question on the minds of more than 200 people gathered last Thursday at Fels Planetarium at the Franklin Institute for "Brain Waves," part of Einstein Healthcare Network's year-long 150th anniversary celebration.
Philly Voice - March 15, 2016

How meditation made Dan Harris '10% Happier'
Dan Harris will tell his personal story on Thursday evening at the Franklin Institute as part of an Einstein Healthcare Network event, one of many marking the Einstein network's 150th anniversary.
Philly.com - March 6, 2016

Einstein Hospital’s New Tool Could Save Breast Cancer Patients Additional Pain
Doctors at Albert Einstein Medical Center are using a new tool to find cancerous tissue during breast cancer surgery. The Margin Probe System uses electromagnetic waves to detect cancerous tissue around malignant tumors, while doctors are performing lumpectomies.
CBS Philly - March 1, 2016


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