Quicknotes

From the Winter 2015 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine Magazine

Skin cancer risks higher for soldiers serving abroad Soldiers deployed to tropical and sunny climates are coming home with increased risk factors for a threat far from the battlefield: skin cancer. In a retrospective study of about 200 veterans seen at … Continued

Suzie Brown, M.D.

From the Winter 2015 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine Magazine

“Medicine satisfies the more quantitative ‘left brain’ part of my personality, and helping people gives me immense fulfillment and sense of purpose. One of the necessary parts of being a good doctor is putting your own personal needs behind that … Continued

Losses

From the Summer 2014 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine Magazine

Jerome Abramson, M.D.,’52, HS ‘59, died May 26. He is survived by his wife, Myrna; children, Richard and Michael; and two grandchildren. William Anderson, M.D.  ‘59, HS ‘60, ‘64, died Nov. 19, 2013. He was 79. Dr. Anderson was predeceased … Continued

About Vanderbilt Medicine

From the Summer 2014 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine Magazine

Vanderbilt Medicine is published by Vanderbilt University Medical Center in cooperation with the VUMC Office of News and Communications. Copyright 2014 © Vanderbilt University   Editor Kathy Whitney   Design and Art Direction Diana Duren   Contributing Writers Craig Boerner Christina Echegaray Leslie … Continued

Warning Signs of Stress

From the Summer 2014 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine Magazine

Your body’s stress warning signs tell you that something isn’t right. Much like the glowing orange “check engine” light on your car’s dashboard, if you neglect the alerts sent out by your body, you could have a major engine malfunction. … Continued

Class Notes

From the Summer 2014 edition of Vanderbilt Medicine Magazine

1950s Gerald Stone, M.D., ‘57, HS ‘58, and his wife, Lois, welcomed their first great-grandchild on May 8. The first of their 15 grandchildren, David Clay, M.D., BA ‘09, shares the same birthday. Stone continues to do locum tenens and stays active in the … Continued