While Maria and her family members digested the news headlines, Maria's hubby, Faris Nijim's, center sank. He dropped his father to the same disease a lot more than 20 years previously. ‘I thought here we go once again, lightning twice is striking,’ stated Faris Nijim. ‘Maria's family was reeling but I knew we had to get her father to the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute to find the best treatment and for the most compassionate treatment available.’ That's what they did. Even though Maria lost her father to brain cancer this year 2010 the desire to remedy this disease lives on in the Nijims who will be the co-seats of the 2015 Minds Matter gala to raise cash for the Northwestern Brain Tumor Institute .The on-range CDME training, also developed by Dr. Hartenbaum, provides the same materials as the in-person teaching. On-line training includes pre-reading materials, a series of 9 webinars, and post-reading materials. The 1st webinar will be provided August 23.
20,000 California nurses continue strike over Ebola fears Close to 20,000 California nurses walked off the work about Tuesday in protest of operating conditions that they and their union say are inadequate for protecting against Ebola. Reuters reports that the two-day strike occurred at 86 hospitals and clinics managed by Kaiser Permanente, in addition to two hospitals run by other healthcare suppliers in the northern part of the state. National Nurses United says existing security protocols are inadequate and place healthcare workers at risk of contracting the deadly virus.