GOOD AFTERNOON. I WAS CHARGED WITH TALKING ABOUT THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC RECURRENT MULTI-FOCAL OSTEOMYELITIS. SO, ALSO CALLED CNL, CAN EVERYONE HEAR ME? IT’S AN AUTO-INFLAMMATORY DISEASE, WHY WE’RE HERE. OCCURS PREDOMINANTLY IN CHILDREN, MORE OFTEN GIRLS THAN BOYS. THEY PRESENT WITH BONE PAIN, WITH OR WITHOUT FEVER. AND THEY… Continue Reading Treatment of Patients with CRMO

THANK YOU FOR THE INVITATION TO TALK TODAY ABOUT THE MOST COMMON PERIODIC FEVER SYNDROME IN CHILDREN, PERIODIC FEVER AT THE STOMATITIS, (INDISCERNIBLE) IF YOU WANT TO SAY AN EXTRA SILL ABLE. THE MOST COMMON PERIODIC FEVER IN CHILDREN. BUT THE PREVALENCE ISN’T WELL CHARACTERIZED IN A STUDY FROM NORWAY… Continue Reading Treatment of Patients with PFAPA

THANK YOU FOR THE INVITATION TO GIVE THIS TALK. I WANT TO THANK RAPHAELA FOR THE TITLE GIVEN TO ME MY TALK. WHAT AN UNDIFFERENTIATED INFLAMMATION. LET’S SEE. WE FACE SOME CHALLENGES WHEN CONSIDERING AUTOINFLAMMATION IN GENERAL, THE PUNCH LINE REALLY IS UNDIFFERENTIATED AUTOINFLAMMATION IS WHEN YOU& HAVE NO IDEA… Continue Reading Diagnosis and Treatment of the “Undifferentiated Patient,” Part 2

welcome to another MedCram lecture we’re gonna talk about some really interesting developments with vitamin C in septic shock and if you’ve been following this you’ll know that there is a paper that was published in chests awhile ago by the author of Marik who looked at vitamin C and… Continue Reading Sepsis Treatment & Vitamin C – Trials & Updates (Septic Shock)

[applause] GEORGE KOOB: Thank you, John Carr. It’s a pleasure to be here. I actually was in Salt Lake City in April and we did Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, and Zion. And it was delightful. Highly recommended. If you’re like me, you never go to any place where you live.… Continue Reading “What Science Can Teach Us About Prevention/Diagnosis/Treatment of AUD”

>>Good afternoon, and welcome to the National Cancer Institute’s latest Facebook Live. We are broadcasting today from the Children’s Inn on the NIH campus. Today we’ll be talking about the psychosocial aspects of childhood cancer treatment. My name is Dr. Lori Wiener, and I direct the Psychosocial Support and Research… Continue Reading Beyond Treatment: Caring for the Needs of Children with Cancer

>>Okay, hey, good afternoon, and welcome to the National Cancer Institute’s latest Facebook Live event. Today, we’ll be talking about the rapidly-evolving field of immunotherapy, and about its expanding role in childhood cancer treatment. My name is Carlos Sandy [assumed spelling], and I serve as a volunteer with the St.… Continue Reading The Role of Immunotherapy in Childhood Cancer Treatment

Being a Medical Officer at NIAID in particular, but probably for NIH in general, means that as a physician what one does is oversee clinical studies and clinical trials that are going on to try and advance our understanding of different diseases and also how different interventions or diagnostics might… Continue Reading NIH Job: Medical Officer