Daniel Jacobs, MD

A mutilating finger or hand injury typically occurs in the blink of an eye. But what happens in the hours that follow can mean the difference between being able to use a finger again—and losing it altogether. “Replant surgery involves…

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Jeffrey Klingman, MD

When blood flow to the brain is obstructed during an acute stroke, a person loses an estimated 2 million neurons every minute. To save more lives and minimize brain damage, three TPMG neurologists—Drs. Jeffrey Klingman, Mai Nguyen-Huynh, and Vivek Rao—developed…

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Lynda Lam, MD

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a rare disease, but it exacts an incredible toll, not only on those diagnosed with it, but on their caregivers too. This neurodegenerative condition initially causes slurred speech or weakness in an arm or leg.…

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Mai Nguyen-Huynh, MD

When blood flow to the brain is obstructed during an acute stroke, a person loses an estimated 2 million neurons every minute. To save more lives and minimize brain damage, three TPMG neurologists—Drs. Jeffrey Klingman, Mai Nguyen-Huynh, and Vivek Rao—developed…

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Will North, MD

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a rare disease, but it exacts an incredible toll, not only on those diagnosed with it, but on their caregivers too. This neurodegenerative condition initially causes slurred speech or weakness in an arm or leg.…

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Steve Offerman, MD, FACMT

When Steve Offerman, MD, joined The Permanente Medical Group in 2005, he quickly became familiar with its motto: “Provide the right care, at the right time, in the right way.” With this in mind, he soon saw an opportunity. He…

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Vivek Rao, MD

When blood flow to the brain is obstructed during an acute stroke, a person loses an estimated 2 million neurons every minute. To save more lives and minimize brain damage, three TPMG neurologists—Drs. Jeffrey Klingman, Mai Nguyen-Huynh, and Vivek Rao—developed…

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Joanna Ready, MD

Though nearly 70 million people in the United States have been vaccinated against hepatitis B (HBV), approximately 850,000 already are infected. HBV can become a chronic infection, putting people at high risk of death from cirrhosis and liver cancer. But…

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