October 2006 posts
Swedish/First Hill's Main Cafeteria -- Market Cafe -- Featured in the Seattle P-I 'Cheap Eats' Column
SEATTLE, Oct. 20, 2006 -- The secret is out ... Swedish's cafeterias are great places to find delicious, affordably priced meals.A recent 'Cheap Eats' column in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer validated this finding when it did a restaurant review on the food served at Swedish/First Hill's main...
Swedish Sends Precautionary Mailing to 1,100 Recent Patients, Asking Them to Watch for Unauthorized Financial Activity
SEATTLE, Oct. 25, 2006 – Swedish Medical Center, as a precautionary measure, is in the process of asking 1,100 people who were inpatients and day-surgery patients at its Ballard campus between June 22 and Sept. 21, 2006 to be alert to any unusual or unauthorized credit activity in their name. ...
Landmark Study Reveals that Lung Cancer 10-Year Survival Dramatically Improves with Annual CT Screening and Prompt Treatment
SEATTLE, Oct. 25, 2006 at 2 p.m. Pacific Time – Lung cancer can be detected at its very earliest stage in 85 percent of patients using annual low-dose CT screening, and when followed by prompt surgical removal the 10-year survival rate is 92 percent. These results, to be reported in the ...
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