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LSU-Shreveport's Porter Wins 2007-08 Most Courageous Award_copy
Monday, April 21, 2008
Former Lumberjacks returned to floor for LSU-S following recovery from life-threatening injury April 3, 2008 ST. LOUIS (USBWA) - LSU-Shreveport basketball player Josh Porter, considered a walking miracle after returning to play for the Pilots this season following a life-threatening neck injury he sustained in a game the previous season,
 
Technology make minimally invasive brain surgery possible
Thursday, October 25, 2007
Minimally invasive brain surgery sounds like a misnomer. David Stevens thanks God it's not. "I feel real lucky, if you can call it that," said the 50-year-old Forest Hill resident, whose partially ruptured brain aneurysm last year was treated without open surgery. "It might have been an intervention from a higher power."
 
Top Doctors in Shreveport-Bossier City
Monday, October 1, 2007
Every year SB Magazine dedicates one issue to honoring top doctors and dentists in our area. It’s our small way of bringing recognition to those hardworking men and women whose careers have dedicated to helping people in need. The list however, is only beginning, because behind every name on that list are hundreds, if not thousands, of patients with
 
Celebrating LSUHSC Uniqueness: Gamma Knife Radiosurgery
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Imagine having a brain tumor that is so deep that it would be too dangerous to operate on. Or imagine having a blood vessel abnormality with so many other medical problems that it is not be safe to put the individual under general anesthesia. These are scenarios that can be easily solved with Gamma Knife Radiosurgery. It allows scalpel-like precision to
 
New Minimally Invasive Treatment Offers Alternative to Open Surgery
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
David, a 52-year-old man, was at work when he experienced a sudden onset of the worst headache of his life. His coworkers called 911 and he was immediately transported to a local hospital. A CT scan of his brain revealed evidence of bleeding in his brain which is often associated with ruptured brain aneurysms. He was transferred to LSUHSC in Shreveport
 
Gregory Hudson: Surgeon's success testament of faith, perseverance
Sunday, June 3, 2007
"There are no great things, only small things with great love." - Mother Theresa There are just too few "feel good" stories aimed at encouraging the best in us these days. Society it seems has such a voracious appetite for the scandalous and the salacious that rarely is there room for the truly important. Lost in our desire for the
 
Benjamin Carson hopes America's youth can change direction
Saturday, May 26, 2007
Benjamin Carson a world-renowned neurosurgeon who rose from poverty to acheive his goals was in Shreveport on Saturday speaking to youths and adults about setting goals and making them happen. He told his story of overcoming obstacles and beating the odds. His first stop was at the Shreveport Petroleum Club and then he was the Keynote Speaker at the Gold
 
'Humanity is what binds us': Neurosurgeon combines skill, compassion
Sunday, May 6, 2007
Up close, personal IF HE WERE GOING TO THE MOON, HE'D TAKE: "My wife and kids and our mothers." IF HE COULD COULD GATHER FIVE PEOPLE IN ALL OF ETERNITY FOR DINNER, THEY WOULD BE: "My dad, William Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln, Marcus Aurelius, Jesus, the mystical poet called Kabir and William Faulkner. WHAT HE WOULD SERVE THEM: Grilled
 
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