September 26, 2008

2008 Women's Cancer Handbook
SELF magazine – September Issue
SELF teamed up with experts that included Rebecca Sutphen, M.D., director of clinical genetics at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute in Tampa, Florida, to develop this quiz.

Sex bias seen in control of cancer pain
Reuters – Sept. 26
Dr. Kristine A. Donovan, of the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute in Tampa, Florida, and colleagues examined pain severity and the adequacy of pain management…

100 Best Companies 2008
Working Mother magazine – Sept. 23 (The 100 Best Companies list ran in multiple publications nationwide. The story also appeared on Tampa Bay’s 10 News, featuring Moffitt's Yvette Tremonti.)  
Staffers at this nonprofit organization have long used flextime, compressed hours and part-time schedules. In 2007, it launched Flexwise, a formal program that allows employees to apply…

‘Working Mother' recognizes Moffitt Cancer Center
St. Petersburg Times – Sept. 23
A bay area company made it to Working Mother magazine's 100 Best Companies list for 2008: Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa. Last year, the closest companies on the list were in Coral Gables and Boca Raton.

whoa, Momma!  blog
St. Petersburg Times – Sept. 23
Locally, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa made the grade for the first time, the magazine said, for allowing employees flexible working hours, expanding its child care center...

Pasco business digest
St. Petersburg Times – Sept. 22
Ms. Molinari comes to Florida Cancer Institute – New Hope from H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center bone marrow transplant clinic and the malignant hematology outpatient clinic.

For Mammograms, Digital Is Future, and Future Is Now in Polk
The Lakeland Ledger – Sept. 21
It also will allow mammograms to be done in more remote areas and the images sent to a doctor in another city or state for review, said Dr. Mary Gardner, who is with Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.


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