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On Oct. 26, President Donald Trump plans to declare the nation's opioid crisis as a public health emergency, Bloomberg reports.
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for Oct. 26, 2017.
Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, N.Y., welcomed neurosurgeon Arturo Camacho, MD, according to Newsday.
Conway (Ark.) Regional Health System welcomed Regan S. Gallaher, MD, to its team.
At the North American Spine Society annual meeting, physicians presented their study on patient versus physician expectations following lumbar spine surgery.

6. NASS names Dr. Daniel Resnick 2018 president

By Laura Dyrda | Wednesday, 25 October 2017 12:04
The North American Spine Society named Daniel Resnick, MD, president for the coming year.
King County Superior Court Judge Ken Schubert confirmed the $17.5 million awarded to former Seattle-based Swedish Health neurosurgeon David Newell, MD, in September, The Seattle Times reports.
The global spinal cord trauma treatment market is expected to grow at a 3.7 percent compound annual growth rate to reach $3 billion by 2025, according to Persistence Market Research.
As you plan your visit to Orlando for the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting, here is a list of restaurants near the venue to consider for dinner and evening drinks.
A new study published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery examines the relationship between volume and outcomes for surgeons performing procedures for spinal metastases.
Spine surgery specialist Michael Mauro, DO, joined Healthpointe in La Mirada, Calif.
A woman pleaded guilty to illegally receiving 8,000-plus hydrocodone pills in the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina Oct. 4, according to The Chronicle.
Phoenix-based Barrow Neurological Institute researchers studied a new imaging technique for lumbar spine degeneration, according to Medical Xpress.
Retired general surgeon Lars Aanning, MD — noted for his role in bringing down Allen Sossan, MD, whose botched surgeries led to patient paralysis and death — surrendered his medical license, according to a report from The Argus Leader.

15. Top 10 Spine Review articles: Oct. 16-20

By Megan Wood | Friday, 20 October 2017 16:28
Here are the 10 most-read articles featured on Becker's Spine Review between Oct. 16 and Oct. 20.
American Health Council honored Glenn G. Taylor, MD, of Waterbury, Conn.-based Neurosurgery, Orthopedics & Spine Specialists, as "America's Best Doctor."
Donald R. Gore, MD, earned recognition as a 2017 Top Doctor in Wisconsin.
Galena, Kan.-based Orthopedic Specialists of the Four States welcomed its third spine surgeon, according to The Joplin Globe.
Here are five spine and neurosurgeons making headlines.
A new study published in The Spine Journal examines how prophylaxis guidelines affect venous thromboembolism in patients who undergo elective spine surgery.
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