Dr. Eric Anderson answers commonly asked questions about lung cancer, including CyberKnife advantages and the technologies that are available today. Click 'show more' to see the questions.For more information about CyberKnife, please visit: http://bit.ly/2nOvJVtMeet Dr. Eric Anderson: http://ow.ly/P3myuLearn more about -Lung cancer: http:/
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Expert advice on feeling better during the day by changing the way you sleep at night.Learn more about the sleep center at MedStar Georgetown: http://ow.ly/ODFSe Learn more about Dr. Gholam Motamedi: http://ow.ly/ODG5N
Northern Virginia woman with Cystic Fibrosis successfully delivers a bouncing baby boy.For more information about medical treatment for Women's Health available at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, visit http://ow.ly/P3oMy.
Dr. Eric Anderson, a pulmonologist at MedStar Georgetown, explains the importance of lung cancer screenings. Watch how one couple goes through it together. Learn more about Dr. Anderson: http://ow.ly/MlRkB
Mary and Mike Baroody share their touching and inspiring story about lung cancer. Learn more about lung cancer diagnosis and treatment at http://ow.ly/M4xLnBefore quitting 10 years ago, Mary and Michael Baroody were heavy smokers for more than 35 years. Thanks to the latest screening process and technology, doctors at MedStar Georgetown are able to