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GREER HEALTH From February 2015


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Lima, Thomas join Gibbs Cancer Center to expand clinical trials
FEB 24, 2015

Dr. Caio Rocha Lima
Medical Director for Medical Oncology and Associate Center Director for Translational Research
 

Doctors Caio Rocha Lima and Melanie Thomas have joined the Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute to help expand and grow clinical trial offerings to pharmaceutical industry trials in the Upstate.

Lima will serve as Medical Director for Medical Oncology and Associate Center Director for Translational Research. He received his medical degree and completed his residency in Brazil. Lima received his fellowship in hematology oncology from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.

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Forget fad diets and focus on health
FEB 18, 2015

Forget fad diets and focus on health

Family Features

If you recently committed to managing your weight or dieting, it may be time to change your approach. For long-term results, ditch fad dieting and adopt a balanced approach to eating with a focus on healthy foods.

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Vets get short-term, non-degree funding options at Greenville Tech
FEB 17, 2015

Scott Perry, veteran and scholarship recipient, learns phlebotomy skills at Greenville Technical College from Rhonda Anderson.
 
 

Ron Demonet, managing director of Veteran Scholarships Forever (VSF), has created an endowed scholarship fund at Greenville Technical College. The fund’s purpose is to allow veterans and their spouses to re-enter the workforce and thus provide for their families.

Scott Perry, an Army veteran discharged in 2012, is the inaugural recipient. Perry, a Greenville Technical College Health Sciences student, is studying to become a nurse or physician’s assistant.

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Forensic nurse recognized with 'Bill Barnet Service Above Self' award
FEB 10, 2015

Nurse Kelli Clune is the coordinator for the Spartanburg Medical Center (SMC) Forensic Nursing program.
 

Nurse Kelli Clune saw a need in the Spartanburg community for forensic nurses and made it happen. Because of her work, she was awarded the “Bill Barnet Service Above Self Award.”

“I was shocked, amazed and humbled,” Clune said. “I don’t see what I do as extraordinary, I just saw a need and started doing it.”

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Parenting with a disability has its challenges and obstacles
FEB 7, 2015

Kim Wooten and her daughter, Madelyn.
 

By KIM WOOTEN

GreerToday.com

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